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The licensee will obtain knowledge of how to recognize and properly inspect structures for earthquake related damages to the extent necessary for handling a claim.
States: California, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina
CE Credits: 2 hours for all states listed above, 4 hours (California only)
Earthquakes for Adjusters
The licensee will obtain knowledge of how to recognize and properly inspect structures for earthquake related damages to the extent necessary for handling a CEA (California Earthquake Authority) claim. Licensee will receive a certification valid for three years to allow adjusting of CEA claims in California. This course is also designed for 8 hours of optional CE credit in other states
States: California, Oklahoma, Texas
CE Credits: 8 hours
Light Commercial and Residential Earthquake Evaluation
Adjusters, attorneys, and other interested parties will gain a basic understanding of key concepts involving the evaluation of earthquake damage from an engineering perspective. This presentation is focused on the types of earthquakes and associated conditions that have been commonly observed in Oklahoma and Kansas.
CE Credits: 1 hour
Effects of Earthquakes
This class teaches what to expect from an earthquake and what forces act on a building during an earthquake. The class also demonstrates how to build to resist seismic forces and how to be prepared for an upcoming earthquake.
States: CO, UT, WY
CE Credits: 1 hour
Earthquake Basics, Effects on Buildings and Post Incident Damage Assessment
The course will provide a basic overview of Earthquakes as to why they occur, where they are more likely to occur, how they affect the structures. Methods of measuring the level of intensity are discussed so that Insurance adjusters can better assess damages related to claims. Also covered are reasons for the failures in the ground and in the structures that are present. Earthquake damages to different building types and materials are discussed in detail. The effects of earthquakes on the infrastructure are also presented along with examples from past earthquakes so that Insurance claims can be better understood by the client and the steps to be taken after the earthquake are discussed. Other damage mechanisms are also presented to give adjusters insight into other possibilities after these disasters. At the conclusion of the course, the participants are expected to be confident about the basics of seismic events, how to handle their Insurance related claims/clients, damages on the structures and how they are inspected.
States: CA, FL, NC
Webinar: CA, FL, NC
CE Credits: 2 hour