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Continuing Education

Join us for the Real Advantage Continuing Education (CE) series, a respected source for insights and perspectives on emerging trends and issues affecting our industry. Our courses are fast-paced, interactive, accredited, and free. And, they’re taught by state-certified educators.

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Available classes

You can sign up for courses to help you:

  • Meet your insurance license requirements
  • Boost your professional knowledge
  • Listen to our thought leadership
  • Experience fast-paced, interactive training
  • Advance your career
  • Strengthen customer relationships

For more information or to enroll in a class, contact your Prudential representative today.

 

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Accident Insurance

Explore the role Accident Insurance plays in covering the financial gaps that can occur in the event of a covered accidental loss. Understand the impact and the fundamentals as well as information you’ll need to know to underwrite and administer a plan.

Critical Illness Insurance

This course ties in the need for Critical Illness insurance as a means to enhance overall financial wellness. Learn how Critical Illness insurance helps to fill financial gaps, the product features and benefits, underwriting basics, and effective technology and administration strategies to make the process of purchasing Critical Illness insurance easier for producers, employers and employees.

Ethics: Do the Right Thing

Understand the Four Basic Rights of Consumers and the American College's Eight Canons of Ethical Behavior. Gain a thorough understanding of ethics—not just as it applies to the insurance industry, but to life in general. Experience insightful discussions about professional insurance standards, regulatory guidance, and your responsibilities to the public.

FMLA 101

Learn how the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) impacts absence management. Get clarity around common misconceptions. And, understand the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees, as well as the differences between FMLA administration and disability claim management.

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Group Benefits Product Training

Learn the core elements of term life, AD&D, and disability insurance. Explore ways to consult with customers on how life, AD&D, and disability insurance fit into the total employee benefits package. And, discover how to position key product features from the customer's perspective.

Group Benefits Underwriting

Understand the basics of underwriting group insurance policies and the critical requirements of the quote process. Learn how to divide a rate into its component parts and conduct a simple rate calculation. Determine when to use experience and how it is evaluated, and the impact of having a submission with missing data elements.

Group Disability 101

Test your understanding of disability insurance. Learn the basics of long-term and short-term disability, including contract provisions. Understand the facts versus misconceptions around this type of coverage. And, examine the incidence and impact of disability.

Group Life Insurance Basics

Examine the fundamentals of underwriting, funding mechanisms, and product features. Gain insight into industry trends. And, discover how technology makes the process easier for employers, employees, and carriers.

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Group Long-Term Disability Underwriting and Experience Analysis

Discover what makes a profitable group disability insurance sale. Explore how economic factors affect long-term disability experience and how to assess risk. And, understand the positives and negatives of the plan design and the information required to evaluate experience and calculate reserves.

Introduction to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

This course provides an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), focusing on how these regulatory laws impact employers. Understand how the ADA and ADAAA define disability, employers’ obligations to provide reasonable workplace accommodations, and the interactive process. Also learn what ADA challenges employers face and how outsourcing can help address these challenges.

Introduction to Financial Wellness

Increase your knowledge of Financial Wellness—what it is and why it matters to the marketplace. Discover how Financial Wellness defines employers’ obligations to provide reasonable accommodations such as tools and educational content to help drive Financial Wellness behaviors. Gain insight into employers’ and individuals’ challenges and how the industry can respond with insurance services and capabilities to meet these needs. And develop your conversations around Financial Wellness and how it impacts employers, employees, and intermediaries.

Key Influencers on Absence & Productivity: Disability Contract, Disability Carrier, and Employer Culture

Understand why managing employees through disability absences and return to work does not have to be a challenge. Gain an overview of the costs and consequences of disability absences. Explore the critical role employers, managers, and disability insurance carriers play in helping employees return to work. And, learn best practices that can help balance the long-term good of employees with the goals of the work team and the company.

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Productive Aging

The workforce is aging as workers continue to delay retirement and employees are at greater risk of disability as they age. This course will share the findings from the Quantitative and Qualitative Study that reviewed 5 years of disability data and interviewed employees over the age of 50 in an effort to gather trends and patterns. Also, learn how employers can implement strategies to reduce absence, increase productivity and improve employee job satisfaction.

State-Mandated Disability

Learn the general characteristics of state-mandated disability coverage and discuss how these plans differ from short-term disability plans. Gain knowledge about the plans in six state jurisdictions— California, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and Rhode Island. And, discover employer compliance responsibilities in each jurisdiction, private plan options and administration.

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Group Insurance coverage is issued by The Prudential Insurance Company of America, a Prudential Financial company, Newark, NJ.

 

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