LOMA Enhances Award-Winning Insurance Administration Course
ATLANTA - Nov.3, 2010 - LOMA has launched its
Insurance Administration Course Portal, an online enhancement to
the existing designation-level course, Insurance
Administration (LOMA 301).
Through the new Course
Portal, LOMA now offers the job-relevant, industry-specific
designation content in a flexible format. By blending the
more traditional study experience with several new online and
multi-media features, learners can study the course content in the
format they prefer. The introduction of the Insurance
Administration Course Portal marks a milestone for LOMA in its move
to online course delivery. With the launch of this course, all
requirements for the popular Associate, Life Management Institute
(ALMI) designation are now available in an online study format.
"Every insurance company associate in the home office and the
field can benefit from understanding the core insurance functions
covered in this important course," said Kathy Milligan, FLMI, ACS,
vice president of LOMA's Education and Training Division.
"With the increased accessibility and streamlined format of this
and other courses, the ALMI Program will become an even more
important component of the career development plans of industry
Insurance Administration provides a detailed discussion
of the activities of insurance administration for individual and
group life insurance coverage, focusing on underwriting, claims,
reinsurance and customer service.
Topics covered in the course include:
- New Business Process and Underwriting Principles
- Legal Aspects of Underwriting
- Underwriting Individual Life Insurance
- Niche Policies, Business Life Insurance, Replacements and
- Underwriting Group Life Insurance
- Administering Life Insurance Claims
- Reinsurance Administration
- Effective Customer Service
Currently, there are four LOMA Course Portals, each designed to
teach a designation-level course that appeals to a variety of
learning styles. A fifth Course Portal, for LOMA's flagship
course Principles of Insurance (LOMA 280), will be
launched in mid-December 2010. More information regarding
Insurance Administration (LOMA 301) can be found in the
Learning & Development section of www.loma.org.
Established in 1924, with 1,200 plus member companies in over 80
countries, LOMA is committed to a business partnership with its
world-wide members in the insurance and financial services industry
to improve their management and operations through quality employee
development, research, information sharing and related products and
services. To find out more about LOMA and the learning
opportunities it offers, visit LOMA's Web site at www.loma.org.