I have worked in the Insurance industry my entire adult life. I was taught at a young age the importance of education and professional development. Insurance agents are not always viewed as professionals such as your CPA or attorney. Why? I have never understood this. What we do as insurance agents is incredibly powerful. We
Wouldn’t it be helpful to have links/answers to the common questions the IIANC Education department is asked everyday? Are you ever frustrated with searching to find the answers? We thought so! NCDOI – Agent Services Continuing Education Lookup (course offerings, providers) Free Email and Address Update Free Individual National Producer Number (NPN) Lookup Lookup for Continuing
Still on the fence about attending this year's Annual Convention? Take two minutes out of your day to see what some of last year's attendees had to say about the 2013 Annual Convention! Bet you won't be on the fence much longer... We will see you in October!
Blog post submitted by Allyson Knott (firstname.lastname@example.org) Follow Allyson on Twitter: @Allyson_IIANC If you have ever thought of attending an IIANC event, now is the time to register! As the state’s largest and most active trade association for independent insurance agents, we also host the largest industry trade shows and conferences within the state. With
I am excited to announce a great new professional development opportunity. The IIANC Executive Leadership Program is coming to Cary beginning August 22. The program consists of four 4-hour interactive sessions, limited to 12 participants each. It is designed for agency owners/managers/supervisors and Young Agents looking to enhance their leadership skills. The facilitator for the
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your agency was involved in an E&O lawsuit that ended up in court? What kind of questions would you be asked by the plaintiff’s attorney? Would your staff have to testify? Would you be prepared to defend your agency’s actions? Well, now you don’t have
Ever since continuing education was made mandatory for insurance agents (does anyone remember what year that was?), a question keeps coming up every time we “educators” get together, which we did recently at the IIABA Education Convocation in Minneapolis. The question is a simple one: “Has mandatory CE helped or hurt?” Do agents take CE classes because
For my first post, I wanted to talk about something that was both education related and very relevant to our members. The first thing that came to mind was the change we are seeing in the delivery of Continuing Education. Whereas 10 years ago the primary way of getting CE hours was by attending a class; today we are seeing