Alternative Dispute Resolution - VA
Insurance Continuing Education in Virginia
8 credit hours
If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
December 31, 2020
Professional Continuing Education
Upon completing this course the student should have a through understanding of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) including its methods, forms, and history. The student will be introduced to mediation exploring the attributes of mediation, the mediation model, and how to prepare for mediation. In addition, the student will have a thorough understanding of the mediated agreement, mediation closure, and specialized mediations. The student will also go over the negotiation process as well as developing an understanding of conflict resolution. The terms of confidentiality will be reviewed including ADR benefits, general considerations, and exclusions of privilege. The student will also be introduced to arbitration with an in depth look at the history of arbitration, the arbitration process, the development of arbitration, and future trends in arbitration. Upon completion of this course the student will also have a thorough understanding of structured settlements, their potential uses, and claims for structured settlements. This course also covers important design factors, medical trusts, lump sum settlement problems and structured future trends of ADR.
Rules for Virginia Insurance Continuing Education
- Self-Study course material is approved as either online or correspondence. Online training is delivered through an internet based learning environment. Correspondence is delivered by a PDF/Textbook provided directly to the student upon enrollment. You must complete review of the course material before accessing the final exam.
- Exam is closed book.
- Agents cannot receive CE credit for a course taught in alternative formats (a classroom course, online course, video or audio conference, web-conference–based, etc.) if the curriculum is based on the same published materials; this rule applies to any variation of course types.
- ONLY the Virginia Insurance License Number (VLN) or the National Producer Number (NPN) are permitted forms of student identification. Social Security Number, driver’s license number, and all other forms of personal identifiers are strictly prohibited.
- Students are not permitted to complete more than eight credit hours per day. Any course exceeding 8 hours of credit must be completed with a start and end time which is greater than 24 hours apart.
- Student Certification forms which are distributed during your completion of the course are to be submitted to our office no later than 7 days from the date you successfully complete your final exam. All online exams completed on this platform include your electronic certification as part of the exam process.
- The state of Virginia requires providers of online training to restrict access to the final exam until a student has completed the course material in its entirety. To meet these requirements we have put in place a Course Material Verification code on single module online courses which can be found on the last page of your course materials. This code will be required prior to accessing the final exam. For courses which are correspondence, videos or multiple modules, you must review the entirety of the course before the start exam button will appear.