United Services offers CE classes Free of Charge to our Insurance Partners. Each class is approved by the State of Missouri for CEC hours in the area of Property and Casualty.
If you would like a private education session, at your location or ours, please contact us.
Register below or call us at (314) 298-2701
Questions? Contact Sherry Behle at 314-298-2701 or email email@example.com
Ethics [EL00081820] (3 CE Hours): A required class in the state of Missouri. United Services takes a look at Ethics in society, the insurance industry, and from the restoration contractor’s point of view.
Managing the Full Service Restoration Project [PC00070234] (3 CE Hours): A look at the process, organization, technology and services involved in a full service fire or water restoration from the initial response to moving the client back into their home or office.
Water Mitigation Basics The Crucial First 24 Hours [PC00070232] (2 CE Hours): United Services takes an in-depth look at the first response process to a water loss and what can and should be done during that time to mitigate current and prevent future damage to both structure and contents.
Before the Restoration Teams Arrive: What Your Clients can do to Minimize Loss [PC00070231] (2 CE Hours): While disaster restoration teams are quick to the scene and to begin the process of returning a home or office to pre-loss condition, there are steps clients can take to mitigate the damage to their structure and contents. United Services’ presents this practical look at what to do (and not to do) to minimize the loss.
Digital Photo Inventory – What happens to the all the contents after a fire? (2 CE Hours): After a fire, the process of packing out a client’s belongings is normally the very first and most important part of a claim to a customer. Most property owners know their property can be rebuilt. Their biggest concern is often their possessions (personal photographs, heirlooms, etc) Our team at United Services would like to show you, the agent, how a person’s contents should be handled and what you should expect from a professional restoration contractor during a contents restoration project.
Restorers vs. Rebuilders: The Challenges Facing Rebuilding after a Loss [PC00070233] (2 CE Hours): Why should your clients choose a restoration company versus a remodeling company or a handyman after a fire or water loss? Jim Rable will show you the unique tools and knowledge required to successfully complete a full service fire or water project and how those tools and knowledge will save money down the road versus causing greater damage.
Disaster Planning [PC10001101] (3 CE Hours): In the eyes of your client, what are you doing as an agent/broker to separate you from all the other insurance agents out there? Today’s market for buying insurance has become extremely competitive. A tough economy combined with a large group of internet driven consumers are two of the main reasons for this. If you want to differentiate yourself from the other guy and deliver a better service to your customers, you really need to consider coming to United Services’ class on Disaster Planning. We want you and your customers to be ready in the event a major catastrophic event were to hit our area. Our class will help you understand what is needed to prepare for a major disaster, what to expect from your local restoration companies during a major disaster, and what the reality is of getting back to normal. This class can be applied to commercial or residential customers.