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Hawaii Ethics and Law Insurance CE Courses are Now Available at WebCE!

by WebCE | Jul 15, 2011

WebCE now has ten insurance CE courses approved by the Hawaii Department of Insurance to satisfy the new 3-hour ethics/law requirement.  Effective immediately, all Hawaii agents need to complete 3-hours of approved ethics or law courses as part of their 24-hour CE requirement. Listed below are the WebCE courses that are approved to satisfy this new requirement:

Life and Health Ethics Courses:

  • Hawaii Regulation of Annuities: This course provides an overview of Hawaii’s laws and regulations as they pertain to the sale of annuity contracts and the standards to which both annuity producers and annuity issuers must comply.
  • Effective and Ethical Communication with Seniors: This course goes beyond typical courses on communications, because it focuses on a comprehensive set of knowledge and skills that will enable you to better communicate with seniors.
  • Ethical Practice Standards for Today’s Producer: This course offers an overview of those principles and provides a practical, hands-on guide to the ethical standards that producers can apply to their day-to-day professional activities.
  • Ethics for Producers: Cases and Comments: The purpose of this course is to set forth the fundamentals of ethical practices that are associated with the business of selling insurance: both mandated requirements as well as expected standards.
  • Ethics for the Insurance Services Practitioner: This course is geared towards the L/H agent and discusses the nature of ethics and the parties to whom the agent has an ethical responsibility.
  • Maximizing Integrity in Decisions with Seniors: This course teaches how you, as a professional advisor, can use your influence ethically when working with seniors in these types of situations, including when possible elder abuse or neglect is suspected, and what steps you should take to protect your professional standing.
  • Senior Market Sales Ethics (2-Hours of Ethics): With special emphasis on senior prospects and clients, Senior Market Sales Ethics teaches producers how to identify ethical concerns at each step of the sales process: the approach, the opening and fact-finding interview, presenting a proposal to the prospect or client, implementation, and follow-up.

Property and Casualty Ethics Courses:

  • Privacy of Financial Law: This course is a six-chapter course designed specifically for Hawaii insurance agents.
  • Ethics Considerations for Property and Casualty Insurance Professionals by IRMI: With a premise that ethics is good business, this course avoids academic and philosophical discussions to focus on some of the practical considerations for insurance agents, brokers, and adjusters.
  • Ethics in the P&C Insurance Workplace: This course presents a thorough discussion of ethics as it applies to those who work in the property and casualty insurance industry.