Continued for 2020, PLRB has waived the processing fee for continuing education requests in the designated states. Please be sure you have a valid, current adjuster license in the states to which you are applying for credit. All necessary forms and filing instructions will be provided on the Claims Conference mobile app. Completed attendance forms must be received by PLRB by Friday, March 13, 2020.
The Claims Conference has been approved for individual sessions to the Departments of Insurance in Delaware, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, and Texas for continuing education credit. Check here for the current list of approved sessions.
APPROVALS (as of February 20, 2020)
The North Carolina Department of Insurance has approved the 2020 Claims Conference as 3 separate days for a total of 17 credit hours. The Conference is approved for 5 hours for Monday, March 9, and 6 hours each for Tuesday, March 10, and Wednesday, March 11. All hours are approved as “general insurance.” You must attend a full day of sessions and the entire session in order to receive credit for an individual day. Credit for Monday must include attendance at the General Session.
Florida Dept. of Financial Services: This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. The Course was approved for up to 16 hours of Adjuster Optional (3-24C). This course has been designated by the Florida Department of Financial Services as INTERMEDIATE level. It is designed for licensees who have existing competence in the subject matter and seek to further develop and apply those skills.
ID# 107334 95 sessions
These seven (7) sessions below are NOT eligible for continuing education credit by Florida Dept. of Financial Services.
Designing & Delivering Effective Business Presentations
Developing as an Organizational Leader
Engaging Remote Employees & Enhancing Inclusion
Impactful Learning for Today’s Claims Professionals
PLRB Services: CATs & Codes
Role of Internships in Workforce Management
Women's Leadership in Insurance
The PLRB Claims Conference educational sessions satisfy CPCU CE requirements. Per the CPCU guidelines published by The Institutes, each CPCU is on the honor system to self-report.
NEW! The Society of RPA has approved the Claims Conference for up to 15 hours of continuing education.
NEW! MCLE BOARD OF THE SUPREME COURT OF ILLINOIS: PLRB is an Accredited CLE Provider with the MCLE Board of the Supreme Court of Illinois. The Claims Conference is approved for 16.5 hours of general credit. If you have received credit for the session in prior years, you should attend a different class to receive credit. Please have presenters sign your CE attendance form (available on the mobile app) and sign the attendance roster with your name, hours, and ADR number in a binder at Registration.
These sessions were approved for professionalism credit by Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism.
Appraisal: Evolution & Evaluation of the New Normal
Arbitration: Pros & Cons of its Use in Claims
Avoiding First- & Third-Party Bad Faith Allegations
Bad Faith Damages in Third-Party Claims
Ethical Decision-Making: Choosing the Right Path
Ethical Issues in Subrogation Claims
Mediation Techniques & Strategies that Work
Mock Mediation & Strategies for Casualty Adjusters
NEW! The Florida Bar has approved the 2020 Claims Conference for up to 20.0 hours CLER (Continuing Legal Education Requirements), including 7.0 for Ethics and 2.0 hours of Technology. The Course Number is 2000879N . You may attend sessions focusing on legal issues to get credit. To receive Ethics credit, the sessions must relate to ethics. Florida Bar members can report their CLE credits online at www.floridabar.org.
I've been attending PLRB Conferences for over 30 years and continue to enjoy attending and plan to do so in the future. Keep up the good work.
It was a very positive experience and well worth the trip. I hope to attend future PLRB events.
Met people who I've wanted to identify and meet for many years.
I really appreciated the opportunity to be a part of this event as a student. These events make me even more excited for the future in this career field.
Great job as always. Kudos to PLRB!
I was a first timer - I enjoyed the conference and thought it was very well put together.
Great job of keeping up with the times with education and speakers. Look forward to next year.
I was able to make some new contacts and revisit with some old.
Overall a great experience and opportunity to gain knowledge