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The purpose of this class is to provide adjusters, SIU personnel, corporate security professionals and licensed private investigators an overview of ethics and professional standards as they relate to the conduct and general framework of legal investigations or supervision of those conducting legal investigations.
CE Credits: 2.0
Ethics in Claims Handling
This course is intended to introduce to the claims adjuster situations where ethical concerns arise
when forensic services are used in the claims handling process. Short video/audio clips are
presented to the attending adjusters and then a discussion is made of what transpired and the
ethical considerations and potential consequences are discussed.
CE Credits: 1.0
Ethics for the Insurance Industry
The purpose of this course is to provide attendees an overview of ethics and professional standards as they relate to the conduct of legal investigations or supervision of those who do.
Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
- Explain where the term “Ethics” evolved from.
- Give a basic definition of Ethics.
- List the “Components of Awareness” upon which ethical behavior is based.
- Explain the importance of ethics in conducting professional investigations.
- List the elements upon which Ethics are based.
- Describe a framework of how ethical decisions are made.
- Give 2 examples of a Professional Code of Ethics.
- List and describe the 5 basic duties of a Professional Investigator.
- Define the Duty of Responsibility and Professionalism.
- Define the Duty of Confidentiality.
- Define the Duty to Operate Within the Law.
- Define the Duty to advise others of Ethical Standards.
- Define the Duty to Exercise Due Diligence.
CE Credits: 1.0