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AIAM 4 - How Not to Get Into Trouble With Your Mouth/The Write Stuff

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AIAM 4 - How Not to Get Into Trouble With Your Mouth/The Write Stuff

Thursday, January 19, 2023 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) (EST)


The Associate in Insurance Account Management Designation (AIAM) is a comprehensive six-part program that focuses on the non-technical skills needed by insurance agency staff in order to provide excellent customer service to their clients. The curriculum is presented in a live WEBINAR environment and instructed by trained facilitators.  Each day consists of two topics that are vital to successful and professional customer service. 

The AIAM designation is an approved Best Practices program. The IIABA’s Best Practices originated in 1993 as an initiative to help independent agencies build value and improve the performance of their agencies. This not only increased the value of the agency, but by assuring the agencies survival, provided an important consumer protection.

After completion of the six (non-consecutive) parts of AIAM, the students can complete an OPEN BOOK examination to earn the designation. NO TEST IS REQUIRED FOR CE CREDIT. 

AIAM 4  How Not to Get Into Trouble With Your Mouth and The Write Stuff

How Not to Get in Trouble With Your Mouth
Errors and Omissions claims are on the rise and often a claim occurs because an agency staff member said something, or explained something incorrectly. Learn how to reduce the chance of an E&O claim by analyzing the causes of loss and implementing changes to prevent loss.

The Write Stuff
Proper grammar and style in the written word (including email) is essential. Not only does it reflect the overall professionalism of the agency, but one wrong word or misplaced comma may make a written statement have an entirely different meaning than the author intended. Hands on work will help you write letters you can take back to the office and use.

CANCELLATION POLICY: No refund for cancellations within 10 business days of a class. Changes made within 10 business days of the class will incur a $35 processing fee. Substitutions are permitted with prior written notification. If you do not attend, and do not notify IIABSC 24 hours prior to the seminar, you will not be allowed to transfer your registration fee and will not receive a refund.  All cancellations and transfers must be submitted in writing

IIABSC gladly complies with Title III of the ADA


$165 members / $185 non-members

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Thursday, January 19, 2023 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) (EST)
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