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2013 PROFESSIONAL

T R A I N I N G S C H E D U L E ______________

ADVISE

your clients with competence and confidence.

INCREASE

CISR

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New CISR format offers more choice and flexibility

your job security and earning potential.

DISTINGUISH

yourself with an esteemed professional designation.

PROTECT

your agency from E&O exposures. WHATEVER YOUR REASONS FOR PURSUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, QUALITY CLASSROOM AND ONLINE EDUCATION FROM IA&B WILL HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS.

A supplement to Primary Agent magazine.


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MAXIMIZE PRODUCTIVITY WITH EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE TRAINING FOR YOUR WHOLE STAFF RIGHT IN YOUR AGENCY. Reinforce your agency's insurance knowledge consistently across your staff by bringing any IA&B course or seminar directly to your office. IA&B makes it easy for you to meet your staff training goals by delivering quality classroom education from one of our nationally recognized training experts directly to you. Host an IA&B training program and discover these benefits: •

Elimination of mileage and travel expenses

Less time out of the office

Customized training to meet your Improved teamwork through shared

Certified Professional Insurance Agent (CPIA) Designation Program Insurance Success Seminars

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Licensing Self-Study Packages Life & Health Property & Casualty

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Licensing Exam Preparation Class Life & Health Property & Casualty

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E&O and Coverage Seminars E&O Risk Management: Meeting the Challenge of Change Commercial Changes—Revisions Every Agent Must Know

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Online Programs New Employee Training New Employee Orientation Delivering Quality Service Personal Lines Basics Commercial Lines Basics

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On-Demand Training Certificates of Insurance Insuring e-Commerce Pollution Exposures and Coverages Compliance Pitfalls and Ethical Responsibilities Ethical Behavior and E&O Understanding the National Flood Insurance Program

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Registration Form

learning experiences •

An expert instructor who will deliver reliable and accurate knowledge to your staff

For more details call (800) 998-9644, option 1 or e-mail iab@iabgroup.com.

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Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) Designation Program CISR Overview Commercial Casualty I Commercial Casualty II Insuring Commercial Property Insuring Personal Auto Exposures Insuring Personal Residential Property Personal Lines Miscellaneous Agency Operations Elements of Risk Management CISR Marathon Week Dynamics of Service William T. Hold—Commercial Lines Coverages William T. Hold—Learning from Losses

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specific agency needs •

Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) Designation Program Agency Management Commercial Casualty Commercial Property Life & Health Personal Lines James K. Ruble Graduate Seminars


CERTIFIED INSURANCE COUNSELOR (CIC) DESIGNATION PROGRAM ED CONSULTANT: Don’t take your insurance knowledge for granted. Learn how coverages work in the real world from nationally recognized instructors who’ve been there. In today's competitive marketplace, you need to deliver value through exceptional product knowledge and trusted advice. Build your career and increase your earning potential by earning the CIC designation. As a CIC designee, you will differentiate yourself from the competition by knowing innovative ways to maximize coverage for your clients.

Jerry M. Milton, CIC Jerry brings more than 30 years of working industry knowledge to his role as education consultant for IA&B and instructor for the CIC Institute program. Dubbed an insurance coverages expert by the legal profession, he frequently presents testimony in court proceedings. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

The CIC curriculum expands your personal and commercial lines knowledge beyond the basics, developing a keen awareness of special coverage types and the ability to detect hidden exposures.

ED CONSULTANT:

CIC Institutes

James T. Harrison Jr., CIC, CPCU, CLU, ChFC

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Agency Management Commercial Casualty Commercial Property

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Life & Health Personal Lines

Earning the Designation To earn the CIC designation you must complete all institutes and pass each exam within five calendar years following the year you pass the first exam. Institutes may be taken in any order.

Jim lends his experience to IA&B as both CIC education consultant and instructor. He also presents continuing education seminars on topical insurance issues. Jim is also a national faculty member of the Society of CIC. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

Retaining the Designation

ED CONSULTANT:

CIC designees must attend one of the following programs annually for update credit: ■ Any one CIC institute (no exam required) ■ James K. Ruble Graduate Seminars ■ Dynamics of Selling Program* ■ Any Certified Risk Managers (CRM) course*

Clem J. Wandrisco Jr., CPCU, ARM, AIC, AAI

2013 Institute Dates & Locations Personal Lines February 20-23 Personal Lines March 11-14 Commercial Casualty March 20-23 Commercial Property April 10-13 Personal Lines May 8-11 Agency Management* June 17-20 Life & Health June 17-20 Agency Management* July 22-25 Life & Health September 18-21 Commercial Casualty September 25-28 Commercial Casualty October 7-10 Commercial Property October 23-26 Commercial Casualty November 20-23 * Approved for loss control credit for Utica policyholders.

Harrisburg, PA Erie, PA Newark, DE Allentown, PA Hunt Valley, MD Erie, PA Lancaster, PA King of Prussia, PA Mars, PA Harrisburg, PA Erie, PA King of Prussia, PA Ellicott City, MD

Clem specializes in instruction for licensing study preparation courses for IA&B. He also serves as a CIC Institute program education consultant. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

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21 GEN 4 ETH

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21 GEN 4 ETH

CP

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20 PC

21 GEN 4 ETH

GEN 18 PC/LH 19 GEN LH 182 LTC 2 LTC/LH 2 LTC/3 ETH

PL

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20 PC

21 GEN 4 ETH

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda DAY ONE REGISTRATION: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. SEMINAR: 1:00 – 5:15 p.m. DAY TWO & THREE SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. DAY FOUR (EXAM DAY) EXAM: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Registration Fee $425 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

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JAMES K. RUBLE GRADUATE SEMINARS CIC Designation Update Option Gain specialized product knowledge on the topics you want in choice destinations throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

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Learning doesn’t stop after you earn the CIC or CRM designation. Take your coverage knowledge to new heights and watch your earning potential grow by attending our two-day James K. Ruble Graduate seminars. Ruble seminars go beyond the required curriculum provided in the CIC program. You can choose your own learning agenda based on topics that interest you. Concurrent sessions give you flexibility to focus your learning on more complex or specialized coverage types. There’s no pressure to pass an exam and you can use Ruble Graduate seminars to satisfy your annual CIC or CRM update requirement. Strengthen your client relationships and increase your business with the knowledge gained in just two days at a Ruble Graduate Seminar. * Must be a dues-paid member of the Society of CIC to be eligible for designation update. Must hold the CIC or CRM designations to be eligible for attendance.

2013 Locations & Dates Ellicott City, MD Pittsburgh, PA King of Prussia, PA Annapolis, MD Allentown, PA Hershey, PA Hunt Valley, MD Ocean City, MD Lancaster, PA

March 13-14 April 24-25 May 14-15 June 3-4 July 11-12 August 12-13 August 19-20 September 30-October 1 December 3-4

CE APPROVALS State continuing education credit varies by program agenda. Visit iabgroup.com for details. Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:00 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Registration Fee $420 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

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ADDITIONAL CIC UPDATE PROGRAMS (NOT CONDUCTED BY IA&B) Update your CIC designation using other programs through the National Alliance. For more information or to register for the seminars below, visit www.thenationalalliance.com or call (800) 633-2165.

Certified Risk Manager

Certified Risk Manager

Analysis of Risk February 13-16 – Philadelphia, PA

Financing of Risk August 5-8 — Erie, PA

Certified Risk Manager

Certified Risk Manager

Control of Risk October 23-26 – Baltimore, MD

Principles of Risk Management November 20-23 — York, PA


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The CISR program builds knowledge of essential coverages and improves cross-selling ability. Eight topics are offered through IA&B classroom seminars in convenient locations across Pa., Md. and Del. A Life & Health Essentials course is also offered online. Participants learn how to analyze risks and exposures while guiding customers through various coverage scenarios. The education gained is key to advancement within an agency and a more fulfilling insurance career.

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Choice and flexibility is what CISR insurance courses are all about. CISR courses are designed to focus on your type of business. It still takes only five courses to earn the CISR designation, but now participants have the flexibility of nine course options. This allows CSRs and other front-line staff to focus on what’s important to them and the type of work they handle.

CISR Course Options (five required to earn designation) ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

Life & Heath Essentials (available online only) Commercial Casualty I* Commercial Casualty II* Insuring Commercial Property Insuring Personal Auto Exposures

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Insuring Personal Residential Property Personal Lines Miscellaneous Agency Operations Elements of Risk Management

* Commercial Casualty I is not required before taking Commercial Casualty II.

Earning the Designation To earn the CISR designation, you must complete five course options and pass the exam for each within three calendar years of passing the first exam. Courses may be taken in any order.

Retaining the Designation To retain the designation, you must attend one of the following programs annually (by end of birth month) for update credit: ■ ■ ■

Any one CISR course (classroom or online) Dynamics of Service Seminar CIC institute for eight consecutive hours*

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Entire CIC institute or CRM course (fulfills two years of update credit) William T. Hold Seminar

*CE credit would not be available if attending only 8 hours.

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CERTIFIED INSURANCE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (CISR) DESIGNATION PROGRAM CE APPROVALS Commercial Casualty I

PA

MD

DE

Commercial Casualty I Improve your understanding of legal liability and what creates liability exposures. The focus of this course is the Commercial General Liability Coverage Form. It also addresses additional insured exposures and the coverage available to meet these needs.

Submitted for 8 Commercial Casualty II

PA

MD

DE

Topics: ■ ■ ■

Essentials of Legal Liability ■ CGL Introduction ■ Commercial General Liability Coverage Parts

CGL Other Provisions Additional Insureds

Submitted for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Q&A & REVIEW: 3:45 – 4:15 a.m. EXAM: 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. Mandatory if earning a designation.

Registration Fee $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

2013 Locations & Dates Wilkes-Barre, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Lehigh Valley, PA York, PA Hagerstown, MD Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA

March 26 April 11 May 23 August 14 August 21 August 27 September 17

Commercial Casualty II This course further strengthens your ability to have productive, assured interactions with your commercial customers in the area of commercial casualty exposures and coverages. The focus is on the Business Auto Policy, the Workers’ Compensation Policy and Excess Liability Policies.

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Business Auto Exposures and Coverages Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance Policy Commercial Umbrella and Excess Liability Policies

2013 Locations & Dates Philadelphia, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Pittsburgh, PA Reading, PA Philadelphia, PA

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Insuring Commercial Property

FACULTY:

Improve your cross-selling abilities with up-to-date knowledge of commercial property coverage while reducing your agency’s E&O exposures. This course gives you the skills to address these issues with greater ease and confidence.

Topics: ■ ■ ■

Fundamentals of Commercial Property Building and Personal Property Coverage Form Causes of Loss Forms

2013 Locations & Dates Philadelphia, PA Newark, DE Pittsburgh, PA Salisbury, MD Altoona, PA Philadelphia, PA Lancaster, PA Erie, PA Wilkes-Barre, PA Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA

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Basics of Time Element Basics of Commercial Inland Marine

March 14 April 17 May 1 May 2 May 2 May 7 June 26 July 24 November 20 December 5 December 17

CE APPROVALS Insuring Commercial Property

Topics:

2013 Locations & Dates Pittsburgh, PA York, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Wilkes-Barre, PA Philadelphia, PA Reading, PA Dover, DE Baltimore, MD Mechanicsburg, PA Hagerstown, MD Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Lancaster, PA State College, PA Allentown, PA

PA

MD

DE

8

8 PC

8 GEN

Insuring Personal Auto Exposures

Assist your clients in identifying their exposures and more effectively advise them in the processes of analyzing, obtaining, and modifying their personal automobile policies. Introduction to the Personal Auto Policy Liability Coverages Medical Payments Coverage

Linda has over 25 years experience working in the insurance industry. She is the president of Bay Shore Insurance Inc., located in Salisbury, MD. Linda teaches numerous continuing education programs for Insurance Agents & Brokers and currently serves on the Maryland Legislative Committee for Insurance Agents and Brokers of Maryland and the IA&B Board of Directors. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

Insuring Personal Auto Exposures

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Linda A. McCann, CPCU, AAI, CPIW

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Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists Coverage Coverage for Damage to Your Auto Provisions

January 23 January 29 January 30 January 31 February 13 February 14 February 19 February 20 February 21 March 5 March 12 March 20 March 27 September 25 October 30

PA

MD

DE

8

8 PC

8 GEN

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Q&A & REVIEW: 3:45 – 4:15 a.m. EXAM: 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. Mandatory if earning a designation.

Registration Fee $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

FACULTY: Gary J. Wilson, CIC, CPCU, ARM, CPIA Gary has taught courses for Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR), Certified Professional Insurance Agents (CPIA) and other IA&B continuing education programs for nearly 20 years. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

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CERTIFIED INSURANCE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (CISR) DESIGNATION PROGRAM CE APPROVALS Insuring Personal Residential Property

PA

MD

DE

8

8 PC

7 GEN 1 ETH

Personal Lines Miscellaneous

PA

MD

DE

Submitted for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Q&A & REVIEW: 3:45 – 4:15 a.m. EXAM: 4:15 – 5:15 p.m.

Insuring Personal Residential Property Gain the expertise you need to guide your customers through the often complex and confusing process of purchasing homeowners insurance. Learn how to help them make decisions that insure their most valuable assets.

Topics: ■ ■

Introduction to the Homeowners Policy Homeowners Policy Section I

2013 Locations & Dates Philadelphia, PA Frederick, MD Wilkes-Barre, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Reading, PA Baltimore, MD Mechanicsburg, PA

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Homeowners Policy Section II Tenants, Unit-Owners, and the Dwelling Policy

March 11 May 22 June 18 June 19 July 9 August 20 October 8 November 12

Mandatory if earning a designation.

Registration Fee $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

Personal Lines Miscellaneous Because the ISO Homeowners and ISO Personal Auto Programs provide only very limited coverage for watercraft, RVs, and business activities, you will learn how to design and cross-sell the appropriate coverage for these exposures. The course also provides analysis of personal umbrella and excess liability policies.

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Watercraft Exposures & Coverages Recreational Vehicles

2013 Locations & Dates Erie, PA Reading, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Newark, DE Salisbury, MD

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Agency Operations

Kitty Ambers, CIC, CISR, CPIA, CPIW, CRMCS

NOTE: Approved for loss-control credit for Utica policyholders Gain self-assurance and a greater understanding of the dynamics within insurance organizations. Also, understanding how agencies operate is essential training for both insurance agency and company personnel.

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Legal & Ethical Requirements The Insurance Agency The Insurance Industry and Marketplace Communication

2013 Locations & Dates Mechanicsburg, PA Altoona, PA Lehigh Valley, PA York, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Pittsburgh, PA Lancaster, PA Wilkes-Barre, PA Frederick, MD Philadelphia, PA

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Agency Workflow Account Management Errors & Omissions

Kitty is the presenter for IA&B’s Insurance Success Seminars, the program\series that makes up the Certified Professional Insurance Agent (CPIA) designation. She also provides training and consulting for agencies and serves as the Executive Director for the American Insurance Marketing and Sales Society. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

January 15 February 14 March 6 March 7 March 13 March 19 July 10 August 14 October 1 October 2 October 2 October 3

CE APPROVALS Agency Operations

PA

MD

DE

8

7 PC/LH 1 ETH

7 GEN 1 ETH

Elements of Risk Management

PA

MD

DE

Submitted for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda

Elements of Risk Management Insurance is an integral part of any organization’s overall risk management program. Services provided by carriers, agencies and brokerages are often significant items associated with the cost of risk. This course covers the steps involved in protecting an organization's assets, mission and its brand.

The Risk Management Process & Risk Terms Risk Identification Risk Analysis

2013 Locations & Dates Mechanicsburg, PA Pittsburgh, PA Baltimore, PA Altoona, PA Philadelphia, PA

Mandatory if earning a designation.

Registration Fee $189

Topics: ■ ■ ■

REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Q&A & REVIEW: 3:45 – 4:15 a.m. EXAM: 4:15 – 5:15 p.m.

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Risk Control Risk Finance Risk Administration

Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

May 29 June 4 June 20 July 10 November 13

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CERTIFIED INSURANCE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (CISR) DESIGNATION UPDATE OPTIONS CE APPROVALS PA MD DE PR

8

8 PC

7 GEN 1 ETH

PA

8

8 PC

8 GEN

AO

8

7 PC/LH 1 ETH

7 GEN 1 ETH

CP

8

8 PC

8 GEN

CCII

CISR Marathon Week Earn, update or finish your CISR designation in one week– Marathon Week. Marathon week gives you the convenience of taking five courses offered back-to-back at the same location. Take one, two or all five!

2013 Dates & Locations Personal Residential Personal Auto Agency Operations Commercial Property Commercial Casualty II

March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March 15

Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA

Submitted for 8

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Q&A & REVIEW: 3:45 – 4:15 p.m. EXAM: 4:15 – 5:15 p.m.*

CISR Designation Update Options Dynamics of Service Boost your client retention with extraordinary customer service.

* Mandatory if earning the designation.

Single Seminar: $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

CE APPROVALS Dynamics of Services

PA

MD

DE

8

8 PC

6 GEN 1 ETH

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda

The hallmark of customer service is knowing how to skillfully handle people. This seminar highlights common behavioral styles and effective ways to communicate so CSRs can deliver service that satisfies clients and builds customer loyalty. This course offers valuable tips and tactics to meet clients' needs. Attendees discover powerful people skills and gain the ability to turn unpleasant customer situations into positive experiences with improved communication skills.

2013 Locations & Dates Baltimore, MD Lehigh Valley, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA

April 2 June 25 July 9 August 15 October 23

Due to continuing education approvals, please attend a course date and location in the state where you hold your resident license.

REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

IA&B Power Hour The IA&B Power Hour is a free member-only, hour-long webinar held every other month on topics of immediate concern to many member agents. These live webinars are led by industry topic experts who can speak to member concerns and offer valuable solutions. For details of upcoming Power Hours, visit iabgroup.com/PowerHour.

For details on upcoming Power Hours, visit iabgroup.com/PowerHour.

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William T. Hold Seminars William T. Hold Seminars dig deeper into topics that were briefly covered or not covered at all in the CISR course curriculum to build your knowledge of insurance coverage. This year’s two program options are described below. Use William T. Hold seminars to fulfill the CISR annual update requirement.

Commercial Lines Collection of Coverages This program is broken into the following four parts: Directors & Officers An overview of the various forms of business entities, their background, and the legal duties and standards of care required to address various exposures. Gain knowledge of indemnification provisions, non-profit immunity, policies which provide D&O coverage, types of insuring agreements, coverage triggers, exclusions, limits of liability, loss prevention, and underwriting and premium considerations. Employment Related Practices, Exposures & Coverages An examination of issues related to Employment Practices Liability. Agents will learn the basic exposures clients face and analyze the coverages found in many Employment Related Practices Policies. Environmental Impairment Coverages A review of the scope of the pollution problem and important environmental statutes. Agents will examine the pollution exclusions in various liability policies and discuss how to provide coverage in the environmental insurance marketplace. Professional Liability Coverage and Solutions A discussion of the importance of protecting professionals from liability suits. Agents will examine the claims made versus occurrence issues commonly found and review some of the basic Professional Liability Form Provisions.

2013 Locations & Dates York, PA Altoona, PA Baltimore, MD Mechanicsburg, PA Hagerstown, MD Salisbury, MD Lehigh Valley, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Frederick, MD Reading, PA

Bettye D. Buffington, CIC, CRM, CPCU, AAI, ARM, CPIA Bettye teaches Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) institutes, Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) courses, Dynamics of Service and topical seminars for IA&B. She currently serves on the Board of Governors for the Society of CIC and is a national faculty member of the Societies of CIC and CISR. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

CE APPROVALS William T. Hold Seminars Commercial Lines Collection of Coverages

PA

MD

DE

Submitted for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee $189 April 9 April 16 May 1 June 4 June 5 July 25 September 10 September 11 September 12 September 25

Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

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CISR DESIGNATION UPDATE OPTIONS FACULTY: Mary R. “Rita” Hollada, CIC, CPCU, CPIA Rita presents programs for IA&B on topics of communication and customer service and develops and presents special interest programs such as flood insurance. She also serves as a national faculty member of the Societies of Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) and Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR). * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

FACULTY: Larry A. Hollada, CPCU, CIC, CPIA Larry develops and instructs insurance and professional courses for various organizations including IA&B. He is also a national faculty member of the Societies of Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR), Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) and faculty member of Certified Professional Insurance Agents (CPIA). * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

CE APPROVALS William T. Hold Seminars Learning from Losses – the Magic of “20-20 Hindsight”

PA

MD

DE

Submitted for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee $189 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

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William T. Hold Seminars (cont.) Learning from Losses — the Magic of “20-20 Hindsight” Far too often insurance agents are made aware of loss exposures when there’s a claim and it’s too late to secure coverage. Uncovered claims generally result in unhappy customers, lost clients, damaged reputations and litigation alleging errors and omissions by the agent. This course will look into past losses that others have suffered and develop solutions before there’s a crisis. It will explore various practices that agencies may consider to help clients identify important changes in their lives. But identifying and evaluating changes in exposures is only the beginning of the solution. This program will then review specific aspects of business and personal policies to see if and how situations are covered. Participants will also review endorsements and specialty coverage that help fill any gaps. Participants should be able to return to the office and consider implementing practices and procedures as well as coverage recommendations that will help avoid future unhappy customers.

2013 Locations & Dates Reading, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Salisbury, MD Lancaster, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Baltimore, MD Philadelphia, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Lancaster, PA Wilkes-Barre, PA Lancaster, PA Dover, DE Baltimore, MD Philadelphia, PA Erie, PA Altoona, PA Pittsburgh, PA

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CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE AGENT (CPIA) DESIGNATION PROGRAM These seminars help producers, sales support staff and company personnel to improve their sales techniques. Attendees learn to generate qualified sales leads that will translate into more sales and more commissions. Unlike more general sales programs, Insurance Success Seminars are designed specifically for insurance agents.

Insurance Success Seminars NOTE: Approved for loss-control credit for Utica policyholders ■ ■ ■

Position for Success (Module 1): Learn to develop business plans that generate sales leads Implement for Success (Module 2): Implement sales plans using marketing and sales tools to qualify new leads Sustain Success (Module 3): Retain clients with service that goes the extra mile

FACULTY: Jim Back, CIC, CPIA Jim has taught Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) and Certified Professional Insurance Agents (CPIA) courses for IA&B for nearly 10 years. He also serves as a faculty member of CPIA and the Society of CISR. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

Earning the Designation To earn the CPIA designation, you must attend all seminars in any order.

Retaining the Designation To retain the designation, you must fulfill a biennial update by attending any of the following: ■ ■ ■ ■

Any one Insurance Success Seminar An Advanced Insurance Success Seminar AIMS Society's annual Pro-to-Pro Executive Retreat Maintain individual or agency membership in the American Insurance Marketing and Sales Society (AIMS)

2013 Locations & Dates May 14 May 15 May 16

Module 1 Module 2 Module 3

Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA

CE APPROVALS PA MD DE Day 1

7

7

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Day 2

7

7

5 GEN 2 ETH

Day 3

7

7

6 GEN 2 ETH

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 8:00 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Registration Fee September 10 September 11 September 12

November 5 November 6 November 7

Module 1 Module 2 Module 3

Module 1 Module 2 Module 3

Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA

Mechanicsburg, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Mechanicsburg, PA

Member: $199 Non-Member: $239

All Seminars Same attendee for all seminars

Member: $580 Non-Member: $700 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

This program is not affiliated with the CIC or CISR designation programs.

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LICENSING SELF-STUDY PACKAGE Property & Casualty and Life & Health Self-Study Packages Member PA Residents

$179.14

All Other States

$169

A self-study option is available for those who feel comfortable setting their own study agenda and prefer independent preparation. Self-study packages contain the same study content as the classroom course, only participants have the flexibility of learning on their own time at their own pace. Packages are available for both property & casualty and life & health lines.

Self-Study Packages include:

NonMember

■ Study Guide

■ State Licensing Bulletin

■ Licensing Text

■ Exam Simulator Online Access

$200.34

■ Chapter Quizzes

■ State-specific Law Information

Registration Fee $189

Prices are based on resident state and where you plan to take the exam. Use the grid below to identify the applicable fees for a particular self-study package:

Pre-Licensing Requirements and Approvals Delaware ■ No pre-licensing requirement

Maryland ��� Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing Requirements: 96 hours * The self-study package for MD meets this requirement. ■ Life and Health Pre-Licensing Requirements: 60 hours * The self-study package for MD meets this requirement. ■ The Maryland Insurance Administration does grant pre-licensing education waivers for specific designations earned as well as consistent employment background. Go to http://www.iabgroup.com/education/programs/producer_licensing/md/ple.asp and access the criteria and application for an Insurance Education waiver.

Pennsylvania ■ Property & Casualty Pre-Licensing Requirements: 24 hours ■ Life and Health Pre-Licensing Requirements: 24 hours ■ Both the Property & Casualty and Life & Health Licensing Study courses and self-study products are approved for 24 hours of pre-licensing education (PLE) credit in Pennsylvania. The PLE credits are valid for one year and you must pass the state licensing exam within that timeframe in order for the PLE credits to be applied. It is important, however, to remember that the Pennsylvania P&C self-study product is based on the Property & Casualty combined exam and the L&H self-study product is based on the Life, Accident & Health combined exam.

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LICENSING EXAM PREPARATION IA&B takes the stress out of studying for the state licensing exam through two study preparation methods— traditional classroom instruction and self-study. Whether it's a property & casualty or life & health license needed, students will feel more confident with newfound knowledge to successfully pass the exam.

Licensing Study Course Classroom instruction breaks down study preparation in smaller, manageable components: pre-study assignments, class interaction and post-study mock exam testing. Students absorb what they learn in an organized, user-friendly format so they don't cram content at the last minute. Attendees use this blended study method to remain focused on exam content.

Guaranteed to pass! If registered at least four weeks prior to the course, IA&B guarantees students will

Agenda DAYS ONE, TWO & THREE: REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee Member: $395 Non-Member: $515 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and PA pre-licensing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

pass the exam. If they fail, they may attend another study course within one year at no charge. Updated course material fees may apply.

FACULTY: 2013 Life & Health March 5-7 June 11-13 August 6-8 December 10-12

Philadelphia, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA

2013 Property & Casualty February 12-14 April 2-4 April 16-18 May 14-16 June 11-13 July 16-18 August 13-15 August 20-22 September 17-19 October 22-24 October 29-31 December 10-12 December 17-19

Mechanicsburg, PA Pittsburgh, PA Philadelphia, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA

Daniel E. Lawyer, CIC, CPCU Dan teaches Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) institutes, Certified Insurance Service Representatives (CISR) courses and topical seminars for IA&B. He is a national faculty member of the Societies of CIC and CISR and serves on the Board of Governors for the Society of CISR. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

FACULTY: Betsy J. Tribendis, AAI, CIC, CPIW, GRI Betsy teaches various programs including pre-licensing education, E&O prevention and insurance coverage topics for IA&B. * Not all courses taught by this instructor.

* Due to state-specific information, course participants must attend the Licensing Study Course offered in the state they intend to become licensed. ** State exam fee is not included

NOTE: Self-study packages for licensing exam preparation are also available. Learn more at iabgroup.com/self-study.

State Pre-licensing Requirements ■ Pennsylvania: Both the property & casualty and life & health licensing study courses and self-study packages are approved for 24 hours of pre-licensing education (PLE) credit in Pennsylvania. ■ Maryland: Licensing study course does not meet the Maryland 96-hour pre-licensing requirement for P&C or the 60-hour pre-licensing requirement for L&H. ■ Delaware: No pre-licensing requirement.

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E&O AND COVERAGE SEMINARS CE APPROVALS E&O Risk Management: Meeting the Challenge of Change PA

MD

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Submitted Submitted Submitted for 6 for 6 for 6 Approved for Utica (PA, MD & DE) & Westport (PA & DE) loss control credit. Filed for continuing education credit by IA&B only in the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments. Seminars are not affiliated with any designation program.

REGISTRATION: 7:30 – 8:00 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Member: $189 Non-Member: $229 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change.

CE APPROVALS Commercial Changes

MD

DE

Submitted Submitted Submitted for 8 for 8 for 8 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

Agenda REGISTRATION: 7:30 a.m. SEMINAR: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Registration Fee Member: $189 Non-Member: $229 Course materials, instruction, coffee breaks, lunch and DE, MD & PA continuing education fees are included. Dates, fees and locations are subject to change. Filed for continuing education credit by IA&B only in the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments. Seminars are not affiliated with any designation program.

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The ever-changing world of insurance includes new and evolving E&O exposures as well as emerging new ways to protect one’s agency. There are E&O exposures that exist today that were unimaginable 15 years ago, including those created by social media and data breaches. Following this six-hour seminar, you will walk away with greater knowledge of the following: ■ ■ ■

Registration Fee

PA

E&O Risk Management: Meeting the Challenge of Change

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Attention Utica, Westport and Fireman’s Fund E&O Policyholders!

The duties owed to clients Using claims statistics to focus risk management efforts Why customer file documentation is so important Procedural steps that can reduce E&O exposures What constitutes private personal information Direct and indirect costs of data breaches

This seminar is approved for loss control credit for Westport and Fireman’s Fund policyholders in PA and DE and pending approval for Utica policyholders in PA, MD and DE.

Attendance at loss-control seminars can provide additional pricing considerations at renewal time. Each carrier has specific requirements for loss-control credit application. For more information, go to

iabgroup.com/LossControlCredit or e-mail iab@iabgroup.com.

2013 Locations & Dates Philadelphia, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Erie, PA Newark, DE Pittsburgh, PA Baltimore, MD Philadelphia, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Dover, DE Pittsburgh, PA Baltimore, MD

February 12 April 16 May 8 June 5 July 9 July 23 July 30 July 31 October 2 October 3 November 6 November 12 November 19

Commercial Changes— Property and CGL Revisions Every Agent Must Know. Don’t be fooled on April 1, 2013. That’s when proposed changes to the Commercial Property and Commercial General Liability (CGL) forms and endorsements are to take effect. IA&B has enlisted coverages expert Jerry Milton, CIC, to study the changes and share his knowledge in this new seminar Commercial Property changes range from clarifying language based on recent court decisions to actual expansion or contraction of coverage. Many CGL endorsements are being revised and a few new ones will be introduced. This course will cover all of the major revisions in these commercial lines and discuss the reasons for these changes.

2013 Locations & Dates Pittsburgh, PA Mechanicsburg, PA Philadelphia, PA Lehigh Valley, PA Erie, PA Wilkes-Barre, PA Baltimore, MD Lancaster, PA Altoona, PA

March 5 March 13 March 26 March 27 April 30 May 9 May 21 May 23 June 20

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ONLINE PROGRAMS New Employee Training

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Set the stage for your insurance career with New Employee Training.

New Employee Orientation

Whether you are new to the agency business or want to take your insurance career further, get to know the "nuts and bolts" of insurance through four online courses. You will learn the basics of E&O prevention and provisions of common personal and commercial lines policies to interact and serve clients better. Use these courses to position yourself to succeed in the insurance industry.

The courses ■ ■ ■ ■

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Registration Fee Member: $245 Non-Member: $285

New Employee Orientation Delivering Quality Service Personal Lines Basics Commercial Lines Basics

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

CE APPROVALS

Getting Started

Delivering Quality Service

1. Register at iabgroup.com — Courses may be taken independently in any order. Supplemental course materials are included in the course registration fee and mailed prior to the scheduled program.

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2. Online Navigation Instruction — You will receive instruction to acquaint yourself with network

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navigation and the overall course structure. You will also have a personal mailbox for communication with the instructor and other participants and have the option to receive a weekly progress report faxed to your employer. (This comes at no additional charge).

Registration Fee Member: $245 Non-Member: $285 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

3. Seminar Instruction — Weekly reading assignments and activities will be posted on the website, which you work at your own pace to complete. You may e-mail questions to the instructor to be answered privately or shared with other participants.

CE APPROVALS

4. Final Exam — To receive a completion certificate at the end of the course and for continuing education

Personal Lines Basics

credit (for licensed individuals), you must complete all activities assigned and pass a final exam with a minimum grade of 70 percent.

New Employee Orientation

Personal Lines Basics

(NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY)

(EXPERIENCE: THREE – NINE MONTHS)

January 21 - March 8 February 11 - April 5 March 11 - May 3 April 8 - May 31 May 13 - July 5 June 10 - August 2 July 8 - August 30 August 12 - October 4 September 9 - November 2 October 7 - November 29 November 11 - January 3, 2014

Delivering Quality Service (EXPERIENCE: TWO – SIX MONTHS)

January 14 - March 1 March 11 - April 26 May 13 - June 28 July 8 - August 23 September 9 - October 25 November 11 - December 27

Commercial Lines Basics (EXPERIENCE: SIX – TWELVE MONTHS)

February 11 - April 12 April 8 - June 7 June 10 - August 9 August 12 - October 11 October 7 - December 6

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Registration Fee Member: $265 Non-Member: $305 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

CE APPROVALS Commercial Lines Basics PA

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Registration Fee Member: $265 Non-Member: $305 Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments.

February 11 - March 29 June 10 - July 26 October 7 - November 22

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ON-DEMAND TRAINING Learn at your own pace in your own place IA&B’s expanding selection of on-demand training courses offers more options to gain critical knowledge and earn CE credit. These Web-based seminars gives you the flexibility and convenience of taking courses when and where it suits you. No more travel time or expense. No waiting for a course to come to your area. You can start and stop the course anytime, anywhere there’s a Web connection. Following registration, users have up to 30 days to complete an on-demand course. Each award CE credits upon successful completion. Some (*) are also approved for Utica loss-control credit.

New for 2013

CE APPROVALS PA

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Flood

3 Gen/ Fld

3 PC/ FL

3 Gen/ Fld

Ethics

3 Gen

3 Eth

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Compliance

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Certificates

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e-Commerce

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Pollution

Pending Pending Pending

Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments. Filed for continuing education credit by IA&B only in the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by state insurance departments. Seminars are not affiliated with any designation program.

The following are presented by IA&B coverages expert Jerry Milton, CIC.

New! Certificates of Insurance Certificates have become a major source of litigation between certificate holders, insureds, insurers and insurance agents. This course reviews the most frequently disputed and litigated certificate of insurance issues and offers risk management suggestions that should reduce some of these conflicts.

New! Insuring e-Commerce E-commerce activities have created new exposures that are not adequately covered by traditional property and liability policies. Many insurers have developed policies to address acts of a hacker, theft of money or intellectual property, loss of income, extortion and third-party liability. This course reviews these exposures and the policies designed to provide coverage.

New! Pollution Exposures and Coverages Businesses have become subject to increased environmental liability and financial loss exposures. These include site assessment, testing, upgrading facilities, cleanup, third-party damages or injuries, and fines or penalties. A separate Pollution Liability policy is often needed to address these, and this course discusses the provisions of such policies.

Registration Fees

Flood Ethics Compliance for PA & MD ■ Certificates ■ e-Commerce ■ Pollution

Member

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$75 Member Only Visit us online at iabgroup.com/on-demand

Other programs available on demand: Compliance Pitfalls and Ethical Responsibilities* IA&B advocacy experts Jason Ernest, Esq. and Claire Pantaloni, CIC, CISR highlight the most violated insurance laws and regulations and show agents how to remain compliant. (Pa.- and Md.-specific editions available.)

Ethical Behavior and E&O* Jerry Milton also lends his unique folksy style to this serious discussion of ethical considerations and E&O implications.

Understanding the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Flood insurance expert Rita Hollada, CIC, CPCU, CPIA leads this three-hour program which awards the CE credit agents need to sell NFIP policies. * Approved for loss-control credit for Utica policyholders

Visit iabgroup.com/on-demand to read more and register.

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2013 Registration Form THIS FORM MAY BE DUPLICATED.

4 Easy Ways to Register Web:

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Phone: (800) 998-9644 or (717) 795-9100

Date(s)

Program

iabgroup.com/education

Location (City, State)

On-Demand Registration: I understand that I have 30 days to access the course. ________ initials

Licensing Self-Study Packages: Choose the line of authority and state in which you need to get licensed:

Fax:

(717) 795-8347

Mail:

5050 Ritter Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-4879

Secure for credit/debit card payment.

■ Life & Health ■ Property & Casualty ■ PA ■ MD ■ DE

First Name

M.I.

Designations Earned

Nickname for Badge

Agency/Company Name

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Agency/Company Address* ■ Main Office *Physical shipping address required for licensing courses.

Registration Information

Last Name

■ Insurance Company

■ Other

■ Branch Office

■ Home/Other

City

State

Telephone Number

Fax Number

Zip + Four

Email Address (REQUIRED)

Full registration fee must accompany registration form. All fees include instruction, materials, coffee breaks, lunch (except CIC and JKR seminars) and Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware continuing education filing fees. The difference in member and non-member fees may be applied toward new membership if eligible. Registration fees are deductible as ordinary business expenses but, may not be deducted as charitable contributions. Fees, dates and locations are subject to change.

Registration Change Policy Registration changes received more than 10 days before the course are fully refundable or transferrable. After that, registration changes are subject to a 25% penalty. Substitutions are honored any time. No shows result in registration fee forfeiture. Please contact the IA&B Member Service Center regarding penalties for licensing changes.

Continuing Education Full attendance is required for continuing education credit; partial credit will not be granted. Credit approval is subject to re-evaluation by the state insurance department.

Program Confirmation

REQUIRED INFORMATION FOR CE FILING: Requesting CE credits? ■ Yes ■ No

Confirmation is e-mailed upon registration and includes course agenda along with hotel information.

Americans with Disabilities Act In accordance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), program registrants with disabilities may request special accommodations. Please submit requests to IA&B in advance.

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National Producer Number

Join IA&B and save! All employees of IA&B

Fee must accompany registration form. All fees include DE, MD & PA CE filing fees.

member agencies and company partners save up to 20% on every IA&B education program and have unlimited access to members-only tools and resources and information through a variety of services. For more information on IA&B membership, call (800) 998-9644 or (717) 795-9100, option 1.

■ Check enclosed payable to IA&B.

(Program discount excludes CISR and CIC programs.)

METHOD OF PAYMENT Total Registration Fee $___________ Indicate registration fee from applicable course description page.

Returned checks may be assessed a $20 fee.

■ Charge my:

■ Personal OR ■ Corporate credit/debit card (complete information below) ■ Visa ■ MasterCard ■ American Express

Credit/Debit Card # Expiration Date Name of Cardholder (PRINT) Signature of Cardholder

Credit/Debit cards are processed upon arrival. Receipts mailed upon request.

IA&B Office Use Date: _____________ Check #:___________P or A Code: ___________ Source code: PDCAT13

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PLATINUM LEVEL ACUITY Berkley Mid-Atlantic Group Donegal Insurance Group Erie Insurance Group Harleysville Insurance HM Insurance Group Insurance Agents & Brokers Service Group Inc MMG Insurance Company Millers Mutual Group Millville Mutual Insurance Co Mutual Benefit Group Ohio Casualty Penn National Insurance Selective Swiss Re The Main Street America Group Utica National Insurance Group

GOLD LEVEL Progressive Westfield Insurance

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SILVER LEVEL Access Insurance Company Allied Insurance American Mining Insurance Co Cumberland Insurance Group Frederick Mutual Insurance Co Juniata Mutual Insurance Co PSBA Insurance Trust The Philadelphia Contributionship

Reamstown Mutual Insurance Company Rockwood Casualty Insurance State Auto Mutual Insurance Company TAPCO Underwriters Inc The Brethren Mutual Insurance Company The Motorists Insurance Group The Mutual Service Office Inc Travelers Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company Zenith Insurance


Professional Training Schedule 2013