Advanced and specialty topics, camaraderie among a network of CICs and CRMs nationwide, and some terrific vacation destinations combine to make James K. Ruble Seminars higher education at its best. Along with instruction by expert faculty and a chance to tackle the hottest topics, you can fulfill your CIC and CRM update requirement and earn CE credit for most seminars in all CE states. Graduate Seminars feature a variety of topic selections along with real-life applications for the material. Use what you learn here to explain to your clients the presence of specified risks and the most effective methods for remedying them.
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Ruble Seminars Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to attend Ruble Seminars?Why take a Ruble Seminar instead of other update options?Where did the name come from?Does a Ruble Seminar qualify for CE credit?What is the time commitment for attending a Ruble Seminar?
Who is eligible to attend Ruble Seminars?To attend a Ruble Seminar, a participant must be a designated, dues-paid Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) or a Certified Risk Manager (CRM).
Why take a Ruble Seminar instead of other update options?Each of these seminars is very specialized and enhances a designee's level of knowledge about an advanced topic. They are particularly valuable for those with specific areas of interest and expertise.
Where did the name come from?James K. Ruble, CIC (1923-1996) was one of the co-founders of CIC, a man admired for his integrity, effective leadership, and foresight. He was a pioneer in insurance education, whose legacy lives on through the seminars named in his honor.
Does a Ruble Seminar qualify for CE credit?Ruble Seminars are excellent annual update options for CICs and CRMs, but may or may not qualify for CE credit. Classes that do will be identified as such.
What is the time commitment for attending a Ruble Seminar?Each seminar is 2 days of instruction.
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