New Jersey Flood continuing education requirement
Producers with property authority and who write flood insurance are required to complete a three-credit flood program for the first renewal following the initial issuance or initial renewal of a license on or after Jan. 1, 2007. Producers need only take the course one time.
All new licensees with property authority must complete the flood program as approved by the NFIP.
NFIP-approved Flood Webinar: Oct. 16, 2013
10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Understanding the National Flood Insurance Program 2013
NJCE: 3 NFIP Flood (#88893916)
If the flood waters rise, are your customers covered? Flood expert Rita Hollada will make sure you cover all of your bases, so do not miss this Webinar series.
These courses explain the NFIP in-depth and meet FEMA's requirements for section 207 of the Flood Insurance Reform Act. All insurance agents who sell Standard Flood Insurance Policies issued through the NFIP should attend.
||Rita Hollada, CIC, CPCU, CPIA
Vice-President of The Insurance Professionals, Inc.
Rita Hollada is the Vice-President of The Insurance Professionals, Inc., a consulting and professional education group. She is an honors graduate of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and began her professional career in human resources management before entering the insurance industry in 1979 when she and her husband started an agency from scratch. She remains a licensed agent and broker.
Rita earned the designation of Accredited Advisor in Insurance in 1983, followed by the designations of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter in 1987 and Certified Insurance Counselor in 1988. In 1997, she was awarded PIA National's Presidential Award for her work with flood insurance and natural disaster legislation. She received the CPIA designation in 1998 after assisting that organization with the development of its Saleswise Success Seminars.
Rita remains an active member of the insurance industry, representing PIA National on several committees. She is also a contributor to numerous magazines and professional journals. Rita wrote a regular column on flood insurance issues for the Professional Agent Magazine for several years. She currently serves on the Flood Insurance Producers National Committee where she served as Chairman for two years. She also has served on the board of the Natural Disaster Coalition.
In addition to the insurance industry, Rita has been invited to speak on effective communication and customer service to many diverse groups. She is a member of the National Faculty of the CIC program as well as an instructor for other National Alliance programs. She designs and instructs special topic courses for insurance companies, agencies, industry associations and local community colleges and often works as a consultant with agencies on agency management issues.