Florida Paul Davis Continuing Education Classes

Paul Davis provides continuing education to insurance and other professionals. The property damage restoration industry is complex and ever-changing. It is important to stay current with this industry’s knowledge and trends. The Paul Davis CE program exceeds expectations and standards. Approved instructors are dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate about course topics. The program has been designed to provide insurance agents and adjusters with up-to-date and relevant information. All continuing education classes are approved for credit according to state rules and guidelines.

As the damage restoration industry evolves and changes, it is essential to keep up to date on the most recent techniques and trends. Paul Davis provides CE classes to industry professionals who want to learn about the latest instruments, trends and troubles facing your trade as well as ours. Certified trainers around Florida are knowledgeable and dynamic in topics covered in the course. The coursework you find in our CE courses cover situations your clients have likely experienced, such as fire damage. All CE courses are approved for credit according to state laws.

In Florida and across the country, Paul Davis CE training programs have distributed valuable information to insurance professionals like yourself. Our CE seminars go above and beyond just simply helping you receive your license. We offer a wide variety of credited and non-credited courses insurance adjusters and agents, as well as homeowners, real estate agents and other audiences interested in the property damage industry.

Our main goal is to provide helpful and up-to-date data, enabling you to assist your customers wisely in situations of property damage. All of the CE seminars from Paul Davis have been approved by all states and conducted only by certified instructors. The following is a small list of the continued education course topics available for you and your staff:

  • Ethics for the Insurance Professional
  • Water Damage Mitigation/Applied Structural Drying
  • Fire Damage Mitigation
  • Mold Remediation
  • Soft Contents Restoration
  • Bio Recovery Services
  • Meth Lab Cleanup
  • Ethics for Insurance Professionals
  • Water Mitigation Process
  • Fire Insurance Claims Education
  • Evaluating Claims for Damaged Homes
  • Before & After the Disaster
  • Roof Damage Assessment
  • Flood Insurance Training
  • Mold Damage Mitigation

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2016 CE Training Classes

Paul Davis Restoration of Orange County is hosting several CE classes in 2016. Please sign up for one or more below. For additional information please contact us at ocny@pauldavis.com
    Ethics: Decision-Making Tools for Insurance Professionals is a three hour CE class that defines ethics and ethical behavior, compared to legal or moral behavior. Participants will engage in multiple opportunities to discuss ethical and unethical behavior. Ethical theories will be introduced as well as examples of decision-making tools. The course will end with participants utilizing these decision-making tools while determining possible resolutions to real-life scenarios. 3 Credits. New York and New Jersey.
    The EPA has developed requirements for contractors that work on Pre‐1978 housing to prevent lead poisoning resulting from unsafe renovation practices. Completion of this course will give the attendee an understanding of the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) rule and how it affects repair projects. The discussion will include a review of the rule’s requirements, the history of the rule and what the future implementation of the rule will include. We will also discuss how the requirements of the rule can potentially limit the number of qualified contractors and what additional tasks will be required of the repair and renovation contractors. 3 Credits. New York only.
    Upon completion of this seminar, the attendee will understand the issues relating to fire and smoke losses, technical issues of the restoration process, and procedural expectations of restoration contractors. The discussion will include a review of the anatomy of fire and smoke as well as cleaning procedures and equipment overviews. Seminar will conclude with discussion of odor mitigation and removal with sections concerning personal protective equipment and odor removal versus cover methodology. 3 Credits. New York only.
    The purpose of this class is to familiarize the attendee with the eligibility, rules, and coverage of the National Flood Insurance Program. This class is now a required part of continuing education in many States and is also required by Write‐Your‐Own (WYO) insurance companies in order for agents to continue writing flood insurance with those carriers. The discussion will begin with a review of the need for flood insurance. The different types of floods, their causes and characteristics, hazards posed, necessary precautions, and related stats will be discussed. Following the flood overview, we will introduce the NFIP, its origins, intended purpose, and current functions. This will segue into a more detailed description of the NFIP’s core functions of mapping, regulating, and insuring. Questions and criticisms of the NFIP, followed up by a brief summary will conclude the presentation. 3 Credits. New York and New Jersey.3 Credits. New York only.
    The purpose of this class is to familiarize insurance professionals with the life cycle of water claims, the steps necessary for keeping them from turning into mold claims and the documentation required to prove it. The discussion will include sections on identification, cause and effect. Avoiding mold claims through proper claims handling. Best practices for after a mold claim exists. Proper handling, documentation and closing of a mold claim. Types of mold and relevant timelines for a mold claim. 3 Credits. New York only.
    The purpose of this class is to show the steps necessary for keeping water claims from turning into mold claims and the documentation required to prove it. The discussion includes identification, cause and effect, avoiding mold claims through proper claims handling, and best practices for after a mold claim exists. Reducing liabilities through documentation, testing and remediation, coverage issues and keeping the client with expanding coverage will also be discussed. 3 Credits. New York only.
  • 2016 CE Classes Registration Form

All courses will be held at:

1 Commercial Drive

Florida, NY 10921