CAIB I explores the basics of fire
insurance. After an introduction to insurance concepts, habitational
policies, farm policies and automobile policies are discussed in
depth. To complete the text, the last chapter deals with building
towards professionalism and the regulation and duties of brokers.
CAIB 2 is entirely concerned with
commercial property insurance coverages, focusing on the underwriting
of commercial property insurance, commercial property policy forms,
additional coverage forms, miscellaneous property forms, crime
insurance, and business interruption insurance.
CAIB 3 provides a comprehensive
study of commercial liability insurance and other important
commercial coverages. The initial focus is on commercial liability
and the law, the commercial general liability policy, commercial
automobile exposures, and surety bonds. The course then explores
ocean marine insurance, aviation insurance, and the basic concepts
of risk management.
CAIB 4 course provides an introduction to the principles of organizing and managing an insurance brokerage business. Many of the concepts presented are general business concepts, which can be applied to any commercial enterprise. Other topics focus on some of the unique concerns of a modern Canadian property and casualty insurance brokerage.
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