This page is your stop for all info regarding CLE and CEU credits as well as the CIFI and CIFA testing.
If you forgot to turn in your CE card, scan and e-mail it to Gary Swank at email@example.com as soon as possible - before June 15, 2018.
You will also need to mail the hard copy to Gary Swank at 10151 Deerwood Park Blvd. Building 100, Suite 500. Jacksonville, FL 32256 and mark it "personal and confidential".
CLE Bar Approvals
2018 - Course Number #1801803N, 16 credits with up to 6 ethics and 6 technology credits available
2017 - Course Number #1702321N, 16 credits - up to 6 ethics and 6 technology
2016 - Course Number #1601811N, 16 credits of which 10 are ethics
2015 - Course Number #1501656N, 16 credits of which 10 are ethics
2014 - Course Number #1401874N, 16 credits of which 6 are Ethics
2013 - Course Number #1301658N
2012 - Course Number # 73182, 17.5 credits of which 6.5 are Ethics
2011 - Course Number # 62171, 17.5 credits of which 6.5 are Ethics
2010 - Course Number #51240, 16 credits of which 4 are Ethics
An attorney admitted to The Florida Bar who is seeking Ethics credits can obtain same by attending the following classes:
Class 300A 6/7/18 8:00 AM – 9:50 AM Ethics, Misrepresentation & Fraud
Class 300B 6/7/18 10:10 AM – 12:00 PM Ethics, Misrepresentation & Fraud
Class 300C 6/7/18 1:30 PM – 3:20 PM Ethics, Misrepresentation & Fraud
Class 710 6/8/18 8:00 AM – 9:50 AM Ethics and You
An attorney admitted to The Florida Bar who is seeking Technology credits can obtain same by attending the following classes:
Class 430 6/7/18 10:10 AM – 12:00 PM Data Analytics and Insurance Fraud
Class 460 6/7/18 10:10 AM – 12:00 PM The Evolution of Self-Driving Vehicles
Class 650 6/7/18 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM Game of Drones: Advances in Technology
Class 810 6/8/18 10:10 AM – 12:00 PM The Eye in IT: Using Connected Device Data
Credits for Ethics or Technology cannot be obtained by attending other classes at the 2018 FIFEC Annual Conference, which are approved for General credit hours.
A total of 16 CEU credits can be achieved at this year's conference (2 per class).
CIFI Program Highlights
The Certified Insurance Fraud Investigator program is an accrediting process for individuals with the specialized skills required to detect, investigate and deter insurance fraud. The program has a high standard for admission and testing which includes adherence to IASIU's code of ethics, and a demonstrated competency through mandatory continuing professional education.
Click HERE to visit the IASIU website for more details and application information.
CIFA Program Highlights
The CIFA certification exam will cover all topics that deem the analyst to be well rounded and versed in all aspects of fraud analysis.
Click HERE to visit the IASIU website for more details and application information
Juli Hyde (CEU)
Farmers Insurance, P. O. Box 572, Valrico, FL 33595
Lane Neilson, Esq. (CLE)
Neilson and Associates, P.A., 1332 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32804
Gary Swank (CEU)
Nancy Jensen (CIFI/CIFA)
MetLife Auto & Home, P. O. Box 452377, Sunrise, FL 33345
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