LAAIA Announces CE Courses: Convention to Focus On A Dynamic Approach to Technology

June 21, 2005

More than 20 continuing education credits will be offered from July 5 to July 8 during the Latin American Association of Insurance Agents’ Convention at the Westin Diplomat Resort in Hollywood, Fla. This year’s convention, with the theme “In Pursuit of a Vision,” promises to be a dynamic approach to technology, diversified markets and education.

The convention begins with a July 7 general session and “Mojito Cocktail Party.” An association luncheon and trade fair will be held July 8, followed by a “Noche Tropicana.”

The class schedule includes:

Tuesday July 5

First Floridian/Travelers Agents Training Class: Positioning for Long-Term Profitability and Growth, Part I.

Wednesday July 6

First Floridian/Travelers Agents Training Class, Positioning for Long-Term Profitability and Growth, Part II; CPIA/AIMS, Commercial Account Selling; PIA of Florida, Lessons Learned from Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jean; and PIA of Florida, Ethical and Legal Obligations of Insurance Agents.

Thursday, July 7

F.S.L.S.O., The Retail Agent’s Role in the Surplus Lines Marketplace; Condominium Law & Coverage Update; Citizens Wind Only Policy Review;

Friday, July 8

CPIA Society/ AIMS Society, How to Turn Your Technical Knowledge into $$$$; and Fidelity National Property & Casualty Insurance Co., Personal Lines and Commercial Lines – Why Flood Insurance is Important to Both.

According to an LAAIA spokesperson June 28 is the deadline to register for continuing education classes. Information on the conference and registration forms are available at

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