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Classroom Equivalent - Ethics For Insurance Professionals Advanced New

Course Description

Course Title:
Ethics for Insurance Professionals Advanced – Texas

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Course Description:
In this course we do not intend to introduce a complex, philosophical, intellectual debate on current ethical considerations. Rather, we will present a practical discussion of business ethics, with specific examples taken from the insurance industry.

Part One: We begin with the importance of ethics in insurance and follow with an abbreviated discussion of the fundamentals of ethics. Our objective is to get you thinking about the ethical standards, and behavior, of your peers, and your industry, in thought and practice.

The agent completing this work will have an enhanced sensitivity to ethically – based issues, increased competency in applying ethically – based principles, and, hopefully, a renewed commitment to doing the right thing, both professionally and personally.

The text addresses the complexities of ethical decision making in today’s insurance environment. It suggests ways for insurance producers to establish ethics in the work place and thereby take a step toward reducing the possibility of questionable practices and wrongdoing.

The course cannot and does not give an answer for every dilemma an insurance professional will face. But it does offer a “set of theoretical tools” to assist producers by identifying the characteristics and variables making up the most commonly faced ethical problems and acceptable solutions to be considered.

30 hours biennially, including 2 hours of ethics/consumer protection.

540 Minutes.


Since this is a classroom equivalent course, please use the guidelines below: There must be 4 interactive quizzes per hour, preferably every 15 minutes. For a 2 hr course, the student will take 8 different quizzes.

1. The student must pass each quiz with a 70%
2. There are no final exams for classroom equivalent courses
3. Quizzes have to be randomized and have feedback. Therefore we usually have a quiz bank of 10 questions per quiz, but the student will only see five of these questions at a given time.
4. The same 70 – 30 rule applies for the quiz bank only.

Upon course completion, students will be issued a certificate of completion. The student is responsible for reporting their credits to the state.

9 Hours



Classroom Equivalent



State Requirements

Check Texas’ state requirements prior to enrolling (http://www.tdi.texas.gov/). Provider Name: 360training, inc. – Provider Number: 32933.



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