SOURCE: Insurance Educational Association

November 30, 2009 08:30 ET

Insurance Educational Association Announces Spring 2010 Curriculum

SANTA ANA, CA--(Marketwire - November 30, 2009) - The Insurance Educational Association (IEA), a leading provider of insurance related courses, has released its spring 2010 programs for enrollment. Courses begin on January 25, 2010.

In today's tough job market, it's more important than ever that insurance professionals have the tools they need for employment security and advancement. By enrolling in an IEA program, participants obtain training conducted by well known industry instructors. Students can choose from three methods of learning -- online self study, online instructor led, or live classroom setting.

Online self study is the most cost efficient option, enabling professionals to study anytime, anywhere. Online instructor led courses provide access to an instructor on a weekly basis through teleconferences. This method provides more structure through assigned readings and tests. The classroom setting provides more formal training with other students through weekly meetings, exams, and assignments.

New programs available this semester include:

-- Enterprise Wide Risk Management (ARM-E)
-- Texas All Lines Adjuster Prelicensing (reciprocal in 26 states)
-- New Workers' Compensation Laws of 2010
-- Going Global:  International Insurance and Risk Management
-- Demystifying Death Benefits
-- Preparing for and Conducting Effective Mediation and Arbitration
-- Coming Into Compliance fighting Workers' Compensation Fraud

IEA is also offering the following programs:

-- Workers' Compensation Claims Administration (WCCA)
   -- CA 10 - Workers' Compensation Claims
   -- CA 11 - Workers' Compensation Claims Advanced
   -- CA 12 - Medical Coordination of Workers' Compensation Claims
   -- CA 14 - Return to Work and Disability Management in the Workers'
      Compensation System
   -- CA 16A - Permanent Disability Rating and AMA Guide - Basic
-- Workers' Compensation Claims Professional (WCCP)
   -- CA 16B - Permanent Disability Rating and AMA Guide - Advanced
   -- CA 17 - Labor Code and Current Case Law
   -- CA 20 - Advanced Issues in Workers' Compensation
-- Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM)
   -- CPDM 1 - Essentials of Disability and Absence Management
   -- CPDM 2 - IDM Concepts and Tools
   -- CPDM 3 - Disability Management Implementation and Sustainability
-- Certified Case Management Professional (CCMP)
-- Associate in Risk Management (ARM)
-- Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU)
-- Associate in Claims (AIC)
-- Associate in Underwriting (AU)
-- General Insurance (the INS series)
-- Agent/Broker Prelicensing (CA, AZ and TX)

IEA continually updates its curriculum, reflecting the very latest legislation and breaking news in the industry.

"IEA knows that our students want quality courses, quality instructors and relevant training to enhance their careers," said Roy Little, President and CEO of IEA. "Our courses are not about 'checking the box.' They provide the most up-to-date material to make insurance professionals more effective, productive and valuable to the industry. All of our courses and seminars are relevant to an insurance professional's career, whether in a classroom, online instructor led or online self study."

About IEA

IEA is the leading not-for-profit provider of online self-study, online instructor led, and classroom educational services for the insurance and disability management industry. Founded in 1876, IEA's more than 200 instructors interact with over 8,000 students a year. IEA's broad range of products and services helps students build business, technical, managerial, and sales skills. For more information, visit www.ieatraining.com.

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