Don’t Miss These 3 Upcoming Crawford Educational Services Training Classes

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Whether you’re an adjuster, risk manager, insurance company or employee, you realize just how important it is to remain competitive in today’s business world. Continuing education and performance support tools can help give you an edge over others.

To meet this growing need, Crawford Educational Services offers a robust catalog of training classes in property, casualty and workers compensation, available in both classroom and virtual formats. Benefits include:

  • Continuing Education credits available for most classes in most states
  • Instructor-led virtual classes deliver the benefits of live instruction from a professional trainer without the expense of travel
  • All trainers are experienced and hold applicable professional certifications

Interested in taking a class? Take a look at what classes we are offering coming up, and click here to register.

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Case Management (virtual) – July 20-23, 2015
This 3.5 day virtual class is delivered using pre-study online courses and live instructor-led webinars. The course provides the entry level case manager with the knowledge and skill sets to deliver case management services in the workers compensation arena. The webinar sessions are one-half day in length.

Advanced Property (traditional) – Aug. 10-14, 2015
This one-week class provides experienced property adjusters with business income claims training. The course enables the graduate to handle mercantile business interruption losses under various commercial line business income and extra expense forms.

Conducting an Office Ergonomic Evaluation Class – Aug. 11, 2015
This one day class is delivered using a live instructor led webinar. The course provides the case manager with the knowledge and skill set to conduct a thorough and complete office ergonomic evaluation.  During the course, the following subjects are addressed: definition of ergonomics; physical, cognitive and organizational ergonomics; etiology of discomfort; correct positioning of office equipment and furniture.

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