Paul Davis provides continuing education to insurance and other professionals. The property damage restoration industry is complex and ever-changing. It is important to stay current with this industry’s knowledge and trends. The Paul Davis CE program exceeds expectations and standards. Approved instructors are dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate about course topics. The program has been designed to provide insurance agents and adjusters with up-to-date and relevant information. All continuing education classes are approved for credit according to state rules and guidelines.
Course Number, Name & Credits
- 71361 Before The Disaster (3 credits)
- 71362 After the Disaster (3 credits)
- 70132 Contents (1 credit)
- 73935 Claims – Policy & Practice (3 credits)
- 70133 Deodorization (1 credit)
- 72097 Ethics: Decision Making Tools for Insurance Professionals (3 credits)
- 73934 Ethics & Insurance (3 credits)
- 72096 Evaluating Claims Involving Wood Flooring (3 credits)
- 74274 Fire! (1 credit)
- 73933 Fire & Smoke Losses (3 credits)
- 73932 Fixing Bad – The Clean Up of Meth Labs
- 74275 Going Green (2 credits)
- 73931 Hoarding and Insurance Claims (2 credits)
- 71364 How the Water Source Affects the Claim (1 credit)
- 73930 Ineffective Drying and Fraud (3 credits)
- 72397 Inventory and Evaluation for Property Losses (3 credits)
- 74276 Lead Safety (3 credits)
- 73929 Mold and Water Claims (3 credits)
- 72398 Mold Prevention (3 credits)
- 73928 National Flood Insurance Program (3 credits)
- 70134 Pack Out Inventory Systems (1 credit)
- 70136 Review Process for Water Mitigation Claims (3 credits)
- 71365 Roofing (2 credits)
- 72400 Smoke and Odor Damage Mitigation (3 credits)
- 74277 Soft Contents Restoration (4 credits)
- 71366 The Role of Technology in the Claims Process (1 credit)
- 73927 The Science of Applied Structural Drying (3 credits)
- 73936 Trauma Recovery Services (2 credits)
- 70135 Wind Mitigation (1 credit)
Join us for our next Continuing Education Classes:
Paul Davis Restoration of Bay City
701 Salzburg Ave., Bay City, MI
May 29th, 2018 – Tuesday
73934 – Ethics & Insurance (9am -12pm) 3 Credits (This class is currently full. Leave a message if you are interested in being put on a waiting list.)
Participants will obtain an in-depth analysis of the abstract and real-world practices to ethical behavior in the marketing and selling of insurance. This course and the discussions will include the foundations for insurance ethics, insurance professionals’ responsibilities, unfair trade/settlement practices, and end with a review of nationally recognized Codes of Ethics available.
73932 – Fixing Bad: The Clean Up Of Meth Labs (12:30pm – 3:30pm) 3 Credits (4 spots left)
Participants will be able to better understand the definition of a meth lab and the many hazards they present to the community at large. Descriptions of types of labs and what insurance carriers and property managers should be on the lookout for will be discussed. The course also shares examples of what meth looks like both as a drug and how it affects the user.
July 25th, 2018 – Wednesday
73935 – Claims – Policy & Practice (9am -12pm) 3 Credits
Agents and adjusters are aware of the need to stay on track in the claims environment. This class begins with discussion of pre-claim activities such as coverage issues, dissemination of information, risk inspections, policy audit and reserves. Common policy language is covered and definitions discussed along with responsibilities being assigned.
The steps involved in driving a successful claim to closure as well as getting an unsuccessful claim back on the right path are previewed for both the property and casualty segments of the insurance industry. Claims jargon such as RCV, ACV, ITV and more is clarified and methodology for discovery is covered. Obligation, roles, and documentation are covered for both the insurance representative and the policy holder.
73927 – Science of Applied Structural Drying (12:30pm – 3:30pm) 3 Credits
This course will focus specifically on the science behind Applied Structural Drying (ASD), Psychrometry, and what insurance professionals need to know when dealing with a water loss. Participants will learn about the methodology of “drying in place,” but also about the documentation required as structural materials go through the drying process.
Note: Please make sure your name is spelled the same as on your license. The State Of Michigan will not recognize shortened names or nick names. You will loose out on your credits if not correct. – Thanks