Insurance Ethics: Making the Right Decisions - WI

Insurance Continuing Education in Wisconsin

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$12.95

3 credit hours

If purchased today, this course must be completed by:
October 31, 2020

The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) has temporarily removed the normal proctoring requirement for students taking online courses. Until this emergency has abated, a proctor is no longer required to be present during your exam. Students must instead print out and sign the Continuing Education Attestation of Personal Responsibility Form, which will be provided to you along with your exam. This form requires individuals to attest that they have not received outside assistance while completing the online course exam.
Description

In this course we will look at the agent's fiduciary responsibility to clients; the agent's obligations to the insurer/employer; and also at the laws and regulations relating to ethical practice in the field of insurance. At the conclusion of the course, you will understand what your duties and obligations to your clients are, and what personal and legal consequences come as a result of a breach of responsibility. You will also understand your obligations to the insurer you represent, and to the agency for which you work. Further, you will be familiar with the role of the NAIC in regulating insurance ethics; with the state laws governing insurance, and with a lengthy list of unfair trade practices as defined by law.

Exam Details

Need Proctor?No
Question Count:50
Passing Grade:70%
Attempts to Pass:Unlimited

Course Details

Course Number:60962
Approved Title:INSURANCE ETHICS MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS
Provider:InsuranceStudy.com
Provider Number:20915
Topics Covered:Ethics
Approved Credits
3 credits in Ethics
Program Level:Intermediate

Rules for Wisconsin Insurance Continuing Education

  • This state allows for course material to be downloaded. Please note that not all courses will have content that is suitable or available for downloading.
  • Exam is closed book.
  • The state of Wisconsin charges an additional fee of $1.00 per credit hour.