*To help you provide the very best coverage information,
this online course includes NEW COVID-19 content as it relates to insurance and
Learn the latest trends in commercial property insurance and
innovative ways to maximize coverages with up-to-the-minute forms.
In the CIC Commercial Property course, you will gain a
detailed understanding of Commercial Property coverages and endorsements and
learn how to maximize coverage and protect your property accounts.
Updated and revised 2-day course.
Commercial Property Coverage Forms & Endorsements (8
Learn how to explain major elements of the Building and
Personal Property Coverage Form to your clients. Discuss these elements, as
well as different valuation methods, the application of coinsurance, and
various methods used to insure fluctuating property values. Analyze policy provisions
including Covered Property, Additional Coverages, Coverage Extensions, and
Optional Coverages. Review important Commercial Property endorsements and how
they are used to fill specific policyholder needs.
Commercial Property Causes of Loss & Endorsements (3
Understand and explain the coverages, exclusions, and
limitations of the Causes of Loss – Special Form (CP 10 30) to your clients.
Examine those elements and the coverage provided when the form is combined with
the Building and Personal Property Coverage Form to provide coverage under a
Commercial Property Policy. Analyze selected endorsements used to fill specific
Time Element Coverages & Endorsements (5 hours)
Support your clients as they face significant Business Income
and Extra Expense exposures. Learn methods for providing your clients with
appropriate insurance protection. Analyze various Time Element Coverage Forms
including a coinsurance approach, as well as the use of Optional Coverages that
eliminate or suspend the coinsurance conditions contained in the coverage
forms. Review selected endorsements used to enhance coverage.
This designation is recommended for:
• Licensed agents, brokers, and adjusters
• Insurance professionals with at least two years of full-time insurance or risk management experience
• Full-time insurance faculty members who have taught for at least two years at an accredited college or university
Earning the Designation
You must successfully complete five CIC courses and pass five exams within five calendar years. To earn the designation, participants must score 70% or better on the two-hour, essay style exam.