Introduction to Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage just added to the ILScorp General CE Course Subscription.
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Introduction to Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage
The objectives of this course are to provide knowledge about Travel Insurance Medical and Dental coverage. This course is designed for those needing to understand, or refresh their knowledge of, the medical and dental coverage for those traveling.
The course material also provides information about the origins of insurance in general and travel insurance specifically. Also included is information concerning the legal foundations of the insurance contract that forms an integral part of these types of products and services.
One goal of the training is to provide participants with a general understanding of the benefits and limitations of this form of coverage. Included are examples of cases relating to medical and dental insurance coverage. The course provides an overview of the various forms of protection that fall under the heading of Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage.
The need for insurance and travel insurance, along with an overview of its history and development over time.
An overview of the common law duties associated with an insurance contract and the obligations that come with these.
How Medical and Dental Insurance coverage minimizes the financial risks of travel.
A look at the benefits and limitations of Medical Insurance coverage, its terms, conditions and examples of circumstances where it may prove beneficial.
How Dental Insurance coverage benefits travelers, including examples of its use, and application of certain terms and conditions.
The terms and conditions that apply specifically to Emergency Evacuation insurance coverage, along with examples of situations where it has protected travelers.
The terms and conditions governing Repatriation Insurance Coverage, along with examples of situations where it can protect an insured traveler.
How Pre-Existing Insurance coverage aids travelers, including examples of its use, and application of certain terms and conditions.
The goal of the training is to give course participants an understanding of how and why these forms of travel insurance coverage provide protection. It will prepare you to answer questions about the specific types of insurance coverage discussed and provide a competitive advantage for those involved in selling these to others.
There are two lessons in this course and five sections in all. The course begins by providing a review of the terms referred to in this course and/or relating to the travel insurance industry. At the end of Lesson A there is a short quiz. At the end of the course there is a final exam which must be completed, along with the lessons, in order to earn CE the credits for this course
Terms used in this course and in the Travel Insurance industry
Section One: History of insurance and travel insurance and its purpose
Section Two: Contract Law
Section Three: Medical and Dental Insurance Coverage
Section Four: Emergency Evacuation and Repatriation Coverage
Section Five: Pre-existing Condition Coverage
The course includes references from travel insurance industry experts and various media sources relating to the value and use of travel insurance products. It draws on examples such as these to provide tips, suggestions and recommendations in order to assist course participants understand the importance of travel insurance, requirements for use and also its limitations.
The course also reviews the common law duties that generally apply to insurance contracts. It is important to note this course is not intended to provide legal advice but to convey limited information regarding the legal principles which govern contracts.