2020 Insurance Trends: Webinars on What You Need to Know
Updated 10/1/2020 at 5:00pm CST
What insurance technology topics can I expect in 2020?
It is an exciting time to be in the insurance industry! Want to know more about insuring a cannabis grower or how underwriting and claims use drones for handling claims? What kind of risks are there when operating an e-scooter or when renting rooms on AirBnB? Some issues are policy driven, others apply to insurance professionals at the consumer level. Popular topics have included:
Drones, Cannabis risks, Pet Insurance
Car-sharing, Ridesharing, Uber, Lyft, and TNC’s, e-Scooters (Lime, Bird, etc.)
Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, Autonomous (self-driving) vehicles
Wearables, InsurTech, Digital home assistants
Travel insurance, AirBnB, Rental car insurance, Vacation rental insurance
Once registered, you will receive reminder emails with links to your calendar prior to each session from the GoToTraining hosting program.
October 1, 2020
Topics: Pet Insurance, Artificial Intelligence, and The Internet of Things.
August 27, 2020
Insurance Trends - Work From Home Coverage Gaps: Homeowners vs. Businessowners; Workers' Compensation presumptive coverage; WFH cyber liability risks?
August 12, 2020
Testing Opportunities with Pearson VUE During COVID-19
Joel Norris, Senior Director of Business Development with Pearson VUE joins John Meurs and Barb Gavitt to discuss the current landscape of test center availability and group testing opportunities. Joel provided an update on remote proctoring. Pearson VUE currently develops and administers insurance exams in 25 states.
July 23, 2020
Insurance Trends - Remote testing, Annuity Best Interest update, A.D. Banker tools to make manager's work easier
Insurance Trends - COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims - Is There Coverage?
May 12, 2020
COVID-19 and Senior Investors: Scams, Regulatory Responses & Best Practices
Can I get professional development credit?
Each Insurance Trends webinar qualifies for professional development certification upon request. If you are a member of the Securities and Insurance Licensing Association (SILA), it counts towards your designation CE requirement.