ACS 100 provides a comprehensive introduction to customer service in a financial services environment. The course explores the knowledge and skills employees need to understand and deliver exceptional customer service.
ACS 101 is an online course that uses a variety of media to provide a comprehensive overview of the role of customer service in insurance and financial services organizations and the skills service providers need to deliver exceptional customer service.
AIRC 411 discusses the compliance function in a life insurance company and how the state and federal governments regulate life insurance companies operating in the United States. Content is specific to U.S. laws and regulations.
AIRC 421 explains state and federal regulation of life insurance and annuity product design. The course also describes the regulation of life company operations, including underwriting, claims, reinsurance, market analysis and examinations. Content is specific to U.S. laws and regulations.
ARA 440 shows how reinsurance strengthens the insurance industry and increases the likelihood that insurance companies will have sufficient funds to pay anticipated claims. It also discusses reinsurance principles, regulation, typical provisions in a reinsurance agreement, the administration of reinsurance business, and the importance of quality control for reinsurance.
LOMA 280 introduces the principles of insurance, the process of becoming insured, and the policyowner’s contractual rights. The course includes information on the features of individual and group life insurance, health insurance, and annuity products.
LOMA 281 is an online course that uses a variety of media to teach principles of insurance, insurance products, and the policyowner’s contractual rights. The course describes the features of individual and group life insurance and annuity products, and emphasizes how insurance companies serve customers and meet customer needs through the products they provide.
LOMA 290 describes how life insurance companies operate in today’s global environment: how they are organized, how they are managed, and the roles of functional and support units in developing, distributing, issuing, and administering life insurance and annuity products.
LOMA 291 is an online course that uses a variety of media to teach operations, functions, and product development basics unique to the insurance organization. In addition, the course will teach that (1) a company’s success depends on its operational efficiency and effectiveness and (2) every employee has a role in ensuring the company’s financial success.
LOMA 301 provides a detailed discussion of the activities of insurance administration for individual and group life coverages, focusing on underwriting, reinsurance, claims, and customer service.
LOMA 302 is an online course that presents an in-depth study of insurance administration activities for individual and group life insurance, focusing on underwriting, customer service, and claims activities. It includes examples from actual insurance applications and claims that allow the student to apply their knowledge to real-life situations.
LOMA 307 introduces industry employees to basic financial concepts and terminology and relates these concepts to the business of insurance and company operations and profitability.
LOMA 308 is an online course that presents basic economic, financial, and business concepts and practices related to insurance company management, operations, solvency and profitability.
LOMA 311 presents the basic features and principles of the legal environment in which financial services companies around the world operate.
LOMA 316 presents the basic features and principles of the legal environment in which financial services companies in Canada operate.
LOMA 320 covers marketing principles and the functions of marketing as an integral aspect of the life and health insurance industry.
LOMA 321 is an online interactive course that uses a variety of media to present basic marketing principles and to show how these principles are used in the financial services industry to satisfy customers’ financial needs and to create profitable customer relationships.
LOMA 330 introduces management theory and practice. It also discusses the use of decision sciences and statistical tools. This course is available only in French and Korean.
LOMA 335 presents financial services from the perspective of a company’s operations management. This course focuses on practical techniques to accomplish the everyday tasks of providing financial services as efficiently as possible.
LOMA 357 provides an understanding of the investment regulatory environment and investing for life insurance companies and similar institutions. It covers investment types, returns, risks, performance, strategies for institutional investors, and fund options for retirement and other products.
LOMA 361 provides a broad exposure to financial and managerial accounting in life insurance companies, including the corporate and regulatory environment in which accounting functions occur.
LOMA 371 describes technical product design for life insurance and annuities and the current state of risk management in insurance companies.
This online interactive course provides an overview of the needs of people preparing for retirement, the key providers and products that offer solutions to those needs, and the critical concepts that affect retirement planning.
This online interactive course is designed to familiarize students with various retail and institutional financial products used to save and invest for retirement, as well as the tax implications of those products.
This online interactive course takes learners through the retirement planning process, identifies the tools that are available to help individuals create a retirement plan, and describes the primary components of a comprehensive retirement plan.
SRI 210 describes the importance of retirement income planning in the decumulation phase of retirement. Learners will gain knowledge of the essential steps in retirement income planning, including how an individual or couple calculates the amount of income needed to satisfy retirement goals; evaluates income sources and expenses to determine whether a shortfall exists; and then develops, implements, and monitors a strategy for generating income and protecting assets.
This course introduces the companies and individuals involved in retirement marketing and takes learners through the general steps in the business acquisition process for both institutional and retail markets, with a primary focus on technical design and distribution strategies. The course will also examine strategic marketing issues such as government policies, consumer behaviors, and economic conditions.
This course delivers knowledge about administration functions for existing retirement accounts, products, and plans. This course is designed specifically for employees in asset management firms, insurance companies, distribution organizations, and record keeping companies. It is particularly useful for those who provide information or guidance directly to customers as well as those responsible for any of the administrative functions necessary to service the company's retirement business.
This course provides an overview of the current system for delivering retirement security, as well as considerations shaping future directions for the system. Delivered in a blended learning format that combines access to a course portal with online exercises and scenarios, the course also guides the learner through a variety of opportunities for improving retirement system outcomes.
UND 386 introduces risk assessment principles applied to underwriting individual and group life and health insurance, including specialized policies and supplemental coverages.