PTA Webinars by AIIA
Professional Training Associates hosted by AIIA offers online webinars that allow you to attend classes in real-time, to ask questions and have your instructor immediately answer them.
No tests are required to receive CE hours.
$45 AIIA member
Course Details will list course topic descriptions and instructor information. 3 hours CE unless otherwise noted.
Click Registration Form to complete and send to firstname.lastname@example.org with payment or call (205) 326-4129.
How it works:
Register * Attend * Get CE Credit
Select and register for a course from the approved courses. Approximately 24 hours before the webinar is to begin, you will receive an invitation via email with the link/ URL needed to enter to course at its scheduled time. A student outline and instructions will be included.
You will need a computer with internet access, speakers and Adobe Flash Player (free download that will be included in the instructions). During the course, you will be asked to verify attendance by responding to a question in the text chat box. After the conclusion of the webinar and attendance is verified by the course instructor, AIIA will file your CE credit with the Alabama Department of Insurance.
Sept. 5 - Lying, Stealing, New Types of Fraud: The Importance of Crime Insurance
Sept. 9 - Dispelling the Myths of Workers' Compensation
Sept. 10 - E&O: Roadmap to Policy Analysis - Part One & Two
Sept. 11 - It's Not My Fault, Or Is It? - Liability Issues in Personal Lines Policies
Sept. 12 - Insuring Technology Exposures - Products, Property and Professional Liability
Sept. 16 - 10 Things Every Commercial Lines Agent Ought to Know
Sept. 23 - Personal Auto Policy
Sept. 24 - Cyber Liability
Sept. 25 - Ethics - Walking a Straight Line
Sept. 26 - Income After Retirement 2018 - Where Does the Money Come From?
Oct. 10 - Workers' Compensation
Oct. 14 - When the Child Becomes the Parent - Aging Parents and Insurance Decisions
Oct. 15 - Contractors Liability Exposures...Risk Analysis to Coverage Solutions
Oct. 15 - Business Auto Coverages
Oct. 16 - Protecting Your Most Valueable Asset
Oct. 17 - Ethical Dilemmas...Making the Right Choices
Oct. 21 - Top 10 Countdown of Personal Lines Coverages
Oct. 24 - Insuring Trusts - Protecting Your Client's Whishes
Oct. 28 - Insuring Toys and Collectibles
Oct. 29 - E&O: Roadmap to Policy Analysis - Part One & Two
Oct. 30 - An Agent's Guide to Insuring Nonprofits
Nov. 4 - Businessowners Policy (POP) … Planning for the Unexpected
Nov. 5 - Condominiums
Nov. 12 - Additional Insureds and Certificates of Insurance
Nov. 13 - Homeowners Hot Topics
Nov. 14 - Unlocking the Secrets of D&O Insurance
Nov. 18 - The Insured, Additional Insured vs. Names Insured Debate
Nov. 19 - E&O: Roadmap to Policy Analysis - Part One & Two
Nov. 20 - Commercial Property Coverages (Exploring Key Concepts)
Nov. 21 - Ethics and Agent Liability
Nov. 25 - The Dirty Dozen (Twelve Great Commercial Insurance Mysteries)
Dec. 4 - It's Not My Fault, Or Is It? - Liability Issues in Personal Lines Policies
Dec. 5 - Fiduciary Liability, ERISA Bonding and Employee Benefits Liability
(The Affordable Care Act contains significant responsibilities for benefit plan decision makers)
Dec. 9 - Business Income - Coverage Analysis through Claims
Dec. 10 - Insuring Hobby and Small Farm
Dec. 10 - Contractors Property Exposures
Dec. 11 - Income After Retirement 2018 - Where Does the Money Come From?
Dec. 11 - Personal Lines Checkup - What's New and What's Changed … What It All Means
Dec. 12 - E&O: Roadmap to Policy Analysis - Part One & Two
Dec. 16 - Commercial Liability Coverages
Dec. 17 - Cyber Liability
Dec. 17 - Ethics and the Law
Dec. 18 - Who is An Insured
Course details above will list the times and instructors for the classes!