December 2017 – What’s Going On?

By November 27, 2017The Latest News

To browse our extensive selection of offerings, bookmark http://www.chubbeducation.com.  For more information about these programs including cost, click on the blue links provided.

Featured Programs

Commercial Insurance Basics
Dates: February 5 – 9, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Newport Beach, CA office
Dates: March 19 – 23, 2018
Location: Samford University, Birmingham,AL
Dates: May 7 – 11, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Long Island, NY office
Dates: October 29 – November 2, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Tampa, FL office
Who Should Attend: Anyone new to the business or needing an ISO commercial coverage refresher.
Description: This intense, one-week core commercial insurance coverage program is designed to give those new to insurance a competitive edge. The program is also appropriate for anyone needing an ISO refresher, such as Account Managers, Account Executives and CSRs. Participants will benefit from an in-depth study of ISO commercial insurance coverage forms.

Premier Producer Development Program
Dates: February 5 – 15, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Newport Beach, CA office
Dates: May 7 – 17, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Long Island, NY office
Dates: October 29 – November 8, 2018
Location: Chubb’s Tampa, FL office
Who Should Attend: Commercial Lines Producers with less than two years experience.
Description: Phase II of Chubb’s Premier Producer Development Program includes one week of intense core commercial ISO coverage analysis and one week of sales training using a consultative sales approach plus Chubb product information. The first week of this program is the same as Commercial Insurance Basics (see above for the San Diego program) and is appropriate for anyone new to the business or needing an ISO commercial coverage refresher. Contact Agency Education for options to attend only portions of this program.

Professional Email Writing
Date: February 7, 2018 (8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Location: Chubb’s Philadelphia, PA office
Date: February 7, 2018 (1:00 – 4:30 p.m.)
Location: Chubb’s Philadelphia, PA office
Description: Sharpen your email writing skills and make specific changes for a consistently professional experience with clients and co-workers. This workshop focuses on building client relationships using best practices for email writing and building trust and loyalty. Participants will learn with a combination of lecture, large and small group discussions, writing exercises and the practical application of all concepts.

Knock Out Networking Training Camp
Dates: February 5, 2018 – March 12, 2018
Location: Online / Virtual Class
Tuition: Standard: $250 / Cornerstone $125
Who Should Attend: Producers, business development, and sales management professionals
Description: New for 2018! Develop your networking “fight plan” and become World Champion of your Business! This dynamic six week virtual program is built around a hard-hitting webinar series and interactive virtual platform. Through participation, self-practice, and individual coaching, you will train to grow your business through networking and referral marketing approaches. Michael Goldberg, Speaker, Author, Boxer, and the original Knock-Out Networker, is your personal coach on the journey to more prospects, more referrals, more business.

Webcasts

Ergonomics Best Practices – Janitors, Custodians and Housekeepers
Date/Time: December 5 @ 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Location: Virtual / Webinar
Description: Janitorial and housekeeping activities present a high injury potential. The work is physical in nature, there is potential exposure to extreme temperatures and inclement weather, and tasks are often performed independently during off-hours. Join Chubb Risk Engineering for practical advice that will help reduce the risks associated with functions performed by janitors, custodians and housekeepers.
This presentation will highlight procedures that can be used to identify and evaluate MSD (Musculoskeletal Disorder) exposures and provide best practices to minimize risk factors, ultimately leading to:

  • Reduced lost work-time illnesses and injuries
  • Reduced workers compensation costs
  • Reduced training/retraining costs
  • Increased levels of productivity, efficiency and quality
  • Improved comfort of employees through proper equipment use
  • Reduced long-term equipment costs by incorporating ergonomics specifications into purchasing
  • Increased employee morale by providing a safer and healthier work environment

10 Ways to Simplify Your Life at Work in the New Year
Date/Time: December 12 @ 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Location: Virtual / Webinar
Description: For many people, a 50+ hour work week has become the norm. While it’s true that we’re all expected to do more than in the past, sometimes with fewer resources we can often be our own worst enemy in the effort to manage our workload. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could make your workday a little – or a lot – easier?
In this webinar, we’ll share 10 things you can do to be more productive, reduce stress and immediately simplify your work life in the New Year. Participants will learn strategies to:

  • Reduce distractions and time-wasters
  • Focus on high payoff activities
  • Eliminate non-essential activities
  • Protect and manage energy levels

New Continuing Education Offerings

Guarding Against Water Intrusion with Traditional & Emerging Technology (1 hr)
Course Description:
The seminar will provide an overview of the impact of water intrusion on the insurance industry, and present strategies & tools available for residential water damage detection & prevention, with an emphasis on the affluent market.

Product Recall Coverage (3 hrs)
Course Description:
The objective is to educate brokers on product recall insurance and what the coverage is all about and why companies should consider buying it. The discussion will include an overview of the product recall market place, explaining the coverage in details (insuring agreement, insured event, key exclusions). The course material will walk them through the difference of product recall vs. product liability and Mfg. E&O coverage. Why do recalls occur, how often they happen and what the financial impact can be (using real claims examples).

Contact your local marketing manager for more information.