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Alternatively, Kenneth Scoles, assistant director of curriculum at the AICPCU, said the associate-in-risk-management program--while primarily geared to commercial exposures--"discusses principles that apply to personal risk analysis and financial planning.
He said has been integrated into AICPCU and so far is well-received by clients.
For more information about the CPCU program, contact the AICPCU at (800) 644-2101 from 8:00 A.M.
"We're looking at a higher level of skills required of professional risk managers," says Terrie Troxel, president and CEO of the American Institute for CPCU (AICPCU) and the Insurance Institutes of America (IIA).
April marks the 100th anniversary of the Insurance Institute of America, which along with the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters are better known as the IIA and AICPCU or simply, "the Institutes."
The AICPCU was founded in 1942; the Institutes merged operations in 1953 to advance education in the industry, and now function as a single organization.
Sandy Masters, Regional Marketing Director of AICPCU, commented, "We knew they were doing something different--actual training for claims professionals in the areas of customer service, time management, coaching and teaching for claims managers, just to name a few of the many sessions offered."
* The Chartered Property, and Casualty Underwriter program from the AICPCU, considered the pinnacle in property, and casualty professional development.
All of the materials now are available on the AICPCU web site,