To commemorate the fifth anniversary of its Continuing Education (CE) for Insurers program, the Automotive Aftermarket Alliance of PPG Industries recognized the program’s CE instructors on National Teacher’s Day, May 3.
More than 200 qualified CertifiedFirst Network or PPG PROSTARS participants who leverage the PPG CE program will receive a recognition packet as a token of appreciation and a tool for continued success.
“National Teacher’s Day is a time for honoring educators and acknowledging the lasting contributions they make,” said Al Ferrie, manager, Training Services, PPG Automotive Aftermarket Alliance. “With the strong support of our participating CE instructors, in the past five years PPG Industries has become a recognized provider of insurer continuing education courses.”
The PPG Continuing Education for Insurers program was created to provide insurance agents, adjusters and licensed staff an opportunity to meet their continuing education requirements in their local markets, as well as share practical knowledge and information that can be used to provide better services for their policyholders.
All of the courses in the program were created as a response to insurance industry feedback. The newest addition to the course lineup, “Auto Theft and Fraud,” is the sixth class offered through the program.
All of the PPG CE instructors are professionally trained and have first-hand industry knowledge. Participants in the CertifiedFirst Network and PPG PROSTARS who have not attended the instructor training class can contact their PPG sales representative for more details about this program.
Insurers interested in finding out more about the PPG Continuing Education for Insurers program can contact (412) 434-2347.
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