2 CE Credits
The Inherent Cost Management Issue on Construction course primarily focuses on the cost management issues that claim stakeholders face daily. This course is designed to go over some of these issues and show how to address them. The course will address:
CE credits are applied based on course topic taken.
The Awareness Courses, taught by DF Technical & Consulting Services, provides information pertaining to Environmental Safety on site. Each subject is taught as its own course where you are exposed to in-depth knowledge on the course material. Time of course is dependent on which topic is being covered. Please see the listed courses currently being offered:
Asbestos Worker Certification Course
2 IICRC Credits
The Asbestos Worker Certification Course, taught by our Environmental team will cover the fundamentals involved in dealing with sites that possibly contain asbestos. This course will include information on the health and safety risks, containment, and legislative requirements involved with dealing with Asbestos as set forth by the Alberta Provincial Government.
2 CE Credits
The seminar isn’t just focused on delivering an overview of the residential & commercial code sections (most common to insurers) but to provide a clear understanding of how structural elements are assessed in a claim scenario and how ‘loss vs none loss’ scope items are determined. A critical take away of this code / by-law seminar is ensuring claims handlers understand that code/by-law stipulations by permitting offices are not always accurate or correct, we provide an outline of the recourse actions we regularly action for our clients.
This course provides an overview of the cyber insurance industry, discusses current developments, claim related issues and how to manage a cyber risk from a technical perspective. The learning outcome will provide claims stakeholders a firm understanding of the process, legislation and available tools when handling a Cyber loss or risk.