Introduction to Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage

This course is included as part of your ILS General CE, Adjuster CE or Life/A&S Course Subscription

This course is designed for those needing to understand, or refresh their knowledge of the medical and dental coverage for those traveling.

Topics include:

  • 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.

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Credit Hours: 2
Credit Type: Life/A&S or General/Adjuster – Technical
BC, AB, SK, MB, ON

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More Info on Course Lessons

Lesson A:

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

Lesson B:

Section Three: Medical and Dental Insurance Coverage

Section Four: Emergency Evacuation and Repatriation Coverage

Section Five: Pre-existing Condition Coverage

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