Paul Davis provides continuing education to insurance and other professionals. The property damage restoration industry is complex and ever-changing. It is important to stay current with this industry’s knowledge and trends. The Paul Davis CE program exceeds expectations and standards. Approved instructors are dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate about course topics. The program has been designed to provide insurance agents and adjusters with up-to-date and relevant information. All continuing education classes are approved for credit according to state rules and guidelines.
(FREE to all insurance professionals)
*Ethics: Decision Making Tools for Insurance Professionals #72097 – 9 a.m. until Noon – 3 credits
(Lunch served from Noon-12:30 PM)
*Fire! #69327 – 12:45 p.m. until 1.45 p.m. – 1 credit
When: February 22, 2018 ( Thursday)
Where: 218 E. Grand River Ave, Brighton, MI 48116 (Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce)
Contact Michelle at 734-930-0303 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions and registration form is below.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. for the 9:00 am class. Lunch is from Noon til 12:30 p.m Registration for the second class will begin at 12:30 p.m.
9:00 until Noon – #72097 Ethics: Decision Making Tools for Insurance Professionals: 3 credits- This is a three hour CE class that defines ethics and ethical behavior, compared to legal or moral behavior. Participants will engage in multiple opportunities to to discuss ethical and non-ethical behavior. Ethical theories will be introduced, as well as examples of decision-making tools.
12:45 – 1:45 Fire! #69327 – 1 credit – Upon completion of this seminar, the attendee will understand the issues relating to fire and smoke losses, technical issues of the restoration process, and procedural expectations of restoration contractors. Including a review of the anatomy of fire and smoke as well as cleaning procedures and equipment overviews. Seminar will conclude with discussion of odor mitigation and removal with sections concerning personal protective equipment and odor removal versus cover methodology.