Studies in Ethics: A Hippocratic Oath for Insurance Professionals
Join us for the Central Indiana CPCU Society Chapter's March Ethics Seminar on Wednesday, March 22nd! Indiana Life and Health producers are required to have 3 hours of Ethics Continuing Education (CE) credit in order to renew their license. This seminar has been approved for 3 hours of Ethics CE credit with the Indiana Department of Insurance.
Seminar: Studies in Ethics: A Hippocratic Oath for Insurance Professionals
Professional oaths are statements of common principles and they re-focus the oath-giver on the true principles of the profession. Interestingly enough, the principles of the Hippocratic Oath, one of the oldest binding documents in history, have relevance to modern insurance practice.
The first half of the seminar uses portions of the Hippocratic Oath to introduce core-principles of ethical professional behavior. Competent representation and advice-giving are at the forefront of the first section; privacy concerns are the second. Preventative risk management for insureds is the third section; the Hippocratic Oath principles conclude with a discussion of community service standards overall. The seminar then shifts to ethics studies based on real, insurance-oriented case law. The fact patterns are developed from real cases, which are presented to attendees to discuss in a small group setting.
Speaker: Rick Pitts, General Counsel, Arlington/Roe & Co.
Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Location: FCCI Insurance Group, 9025 River Road, Ste. 300, Indianapolis, IN 46240
Registration: Begins at 12:30 p.m.
Ethics Seminar: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Central Indiana Chapter Members = $35
Non-Chapter Members = $45
This seminar is not just limited to CPCUs, we encourage non-CPCUs to attend as well.