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Continuing Education Seminar | Spring 2024

Get Your Continuing Education Credits With Us!

May 9, 2024


Date: May 9
Venue: Walden Firehouse Social Hall
Location: 230 Old Orange Ave., Walden, NY 12586 + Google Map
Instructor: IVAN COHEN
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· 7:30 a.m.: Registration & Refreshments
· 8:15 a.m.: Welcome; What’s New at Statewide
· 8:30 a.m.: AM Session
· 12 p.m.: Lunch
· 1 p.m.: PM Session
· 4:30 p.m.: Summary & Conclusion


Ivan Cohen, RF, ARM, CRM, CIC, AIC, AAI, MLIS, CRIS has served as an expert on insurance matters for the NYS Department of Financial Services on the Insurance Exam Review Committee and Prometric’s national insurance test development. He was a senior adjunct professor at Westchester Community College and an instructor for the Risk and Insurance Management Society, The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research, the Professional Insurance Agents organization, Independent Insurance Agents, and Brokers of New York, Inc. He is a member of the Global Risk Management Institute, an associate member of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, and is a RIMS Fellow. He also serves as a Litigation consultant and expert witness through Insurance Education Corporation and is a contributing insurance columnist for Risk Management Magazine.

As always, our agents will enjoy a catered continental breakfast, a full luncheon, and our traditional afternoon ice cream social break.


Risk Management for the Insurance Professional (Bridge)
We’re pleased to offer Mid-Hudson Co-Operative, Claverack Cooperative, and Midrox agents the opportunity to earn 8 NYS CE Credits through our annual seminar program.

(AM Session: 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.)

Risk management focuses on the ability to recognize and correct any faulty and potentially harmful conditions that exist and could lead to a catastrophic loss. This course is designed to help insurance professionals gain a competitive edge by learning how to apply risk management techniques to better serve their personal and commercial clients by uncovering existing exposures and presenting alternative solutions to correct them. The course will utilize the five steps of the risk management process – Risk Identification, Analysis, Control, Financing, and Administration – and present actual applications to current situations. Insurance utilization as part of the risk management process and its application will also be covered.

Case Studies on the Reality of Insurance & Ethics (Bridge)

(PM Session: 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)

This course analyzes and assesses ethical issues inherent in the insurance industry and the situations they create for agents and brokers. It will develop an understanding of basic ethics and ethical behavior. Detailed application of cause and effect will be discussed using case studies relevant to various insurance issues and their ethical implications.

Cost: $60.00 pp


Registration is requested by April 18, limited to the first 125 registrants.

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