Building on the experience of individual participants, this class develops the concepts of ethical behavior, dealing with conflicts of interest, and applying a systematic evaluation process to real ethics issues in the news. Real world case studies will challenge the participant to think about the ethical decision making process. Know the questions that need to be considered when trying to make an ethical decision. Understand the need to use individual judgment and reasoning in resolving ethical dilemmas in insurance. Learn specific ways to demonstrate to others a commitment to ethics. Recognize the reasons organizations develop ethics codes. Develop ideas for a code of ethics for the participant’s organization. Experience identifying and resolving ethical dilemmas in insurance situations.
As President of Professional Training Associates, Inc., Keith Wilts conducts over 120 training classes throughout the country annually. He also makes numerous presentations for insurance and professional organizations throughout the year. Keith has over 35 years of experience involving production and consulting activities on both commercial and personal accounts. Certifications include: CPCU, CIC
This webinar course is approved for 3 hours of Wisconsin continuing education credit. Attendees must be present during the webinar to receive CE credits.
Course fee is $45.00 for IIAW members, $62.00 for non-members. The IIAW will email a Webinar Invitation to you for the scheduled class approximately 24 hours before the webinar begins, along with any other required forms.
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A written request for a one-time transfer of the full registration fee to another scheduled IIAW webinar or a refund less a $5 cancellation fee may be made up to 24 hours before the beginning of the webinar for which the individual is registered. Substitutions are welcome — please email notification of name, license number, and email address for receiving login information