Jewelry Insurance Workshops
Underwriters, adjusters and agents are a company's first line of defense in mitigating insurance losses. JCRS offers the following courses on to help insurers understand jewelry and jewelry appraisals, improve handling procedures, avoid fraud, and much more.
JEWELRY INSURANCE –
UNDERWRITING FOR ETHICAL VALUATIONS
Course Number & Category: 309115 ETHICS 3 – ET3
This 3-hour workshop covers the fundamentals of jewelry, what constitutes a jewelry appraisals that is useful to insurers, and how to reduce premiums while broadening coverage. It includes a hand-on section on scoring appraisals.
JEWELRY INSURANCE & ETHICAL VALUATIONS
This is a day-long workshop consisting of two approved courses: #309114 (5 hours CE credit) and #309115 (3 hours credit in ETHICS). Those who have already completed Ethics requirements may take the workshop for 8 hours CE credit.
The thorough and up-beat presentation incorporates a steady stream of slides and video clips to illustrate appraisal problems and insurer solutions, and to help clarify jewelry terminology. A hands-on segment leads attendees in scoring typical appraisals received by insurers. Each participant in the workshop receives Jewelry Insurance: The Underwriting and Claims Reference Manual.
LUNCHEON SEMINAR Jewelry Insurance –
Underwriting for Ethical Valuations
Course Number & Category: 309116 Ethics 2 – ET2
This course could be offered as a 2-hour lunch class. It is an abbreviated version of the 3-hour Ethics class, and does not include the hands-on session offered there.
JCRS can customize a jewelry workshop for your insurance company. We will examine your procedures in dealing with jewelry and make recommendations to improve efficiency and reduce costs. We can develop procedures that fit your existing guidelines. JCRS can train your underwriters, adjusters, and agents directly, or we can train your trainers.
Please contact JCRS or your professional organization about a workshop for your company.
The curricula for these courses is based on Jewelry Insurance: The Underwriting & Claims Reference Manual, which was developed to aid insurers in the quick implementation of ACORD/JISO jewelry appraisal standards.