See below for course content details

 AN INTRODUCTION TO INSURANCE

Course content
Development of Insurance, The Insurance Market, Risk, The Principles of Insurance – Utmost Good Faith, Insurable Interest, Indemnity, Contribution, Subrogation, Average, Policies, Conditions, Warranties, Premium, Claims, and Covers Available. Practical Sessions.

Previous Course feedback

'It was excellent and really helped me a lot'
Kathy Redmond, - JDM Insuranaces.

Who should attend :
Staff who require a good basic understanding of insurance

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LIABILITY INSURANCE

Course content:
The Law and Liability Insurance, Employers Liability – Law, Covers and Claims, Public Liability – Law, Covers and Claims, Products Liability – Law, Covers and Claims. Practical Sessions.

Previous Course feedback -
'Excellent Trainer very knowledgable'
Paul Carey, - O'Driscoll O'Neill

Who should attend :

All staff wishing to build on robust knowledge of the subject.

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A COMPREHENSIVE COURSE ON HOUSEHOLD INSURANCE

Course Content:
Household, ‘All Risks’, Caravan and Small Craft cover and extensions. The Sum Insured, Indemnity, Indexation and associated principles. Practical Sessions.

Previous Course feedback-
'Trainer very knowledgable and easy to understand' Lucille Barry, - Connolly Gaw

Who should attend:
All staff dealing with Personal Lines

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THE A-Z OF MOTOR INSURANCE

Course content:
Introduction and development of Motor Insurance, The Road Traffic Act(s), The Private Car proposal and policy, Classes of Use, Driving Other Cars, No Claim Bonus. Basis of Rating, Loadings and Discounts. Commercial and Agricultural Vehicles and Special Types, Motor Cycles, Motor Trade, Motor Contingency Occasional Business Use and Motor Fleets. Practical Sessions.

Previous Course feedback-
' Very helpful' - Joseph Kane,
'Very Educational'-- Gillian McAdam, - Prestige Underwriting Services

Who should attend:
All employees who are involved in Motor insurance.


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PROPERTY & PECUNIARY INSURANCES

Course content :
Policies and Extensions, Perils, The Sum Insured, Indemnity, Reinstatement, Average, Inflation, Stock Declaration and Collective Policies, Theft, Money, ‘All Risks’ and other property policies and Business Interruption. Practical Sessions.

Previous Course feedback
'Thanks for a very informative day' - Tara Nelson, - O'Driscoll O'Neill.

Who should attend :
Staff with at least 2 years experience in Commercial Insurance


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