CE 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.

Testimonials:

“Thank you for another great class! Learned a lot…the presentations were excellent – showing the water damage first hand, the transfer of data at the scene into the software for the report, and then actually seeing the results of the drying on graphs was interesting. Having the different types of equipment in the room and to give demos with the various types of hand held meters was a great idea!  Looking forward to the next class!”

” Thank you. The credits posted the very next day for me.  Lightning speed!  It was a good session; I appreciate everything.”

“Thank you for all you did it was a good class.”

CE Training Classes Registration Form

Paul Davis Restoration of the Space Coast is hosting several CE classes. All class fees will be covered courtesy of Paul Davis Restoration of Orlando. Complimentary breakfast and lunch will also be provided. All classes will take place at the Paul Davis Restoration of The Space Coast facility: 3181 Skyway Circle Melbourne, FL 32934 Contact our office at (321) 690-0000 or [email protected] for more information. Please sign up for one or more classes below. For additional information please contact the Vice President of Sales and Marketing via email, [email protected]
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    Before the Disaster will review the phases of disaster management, emergency action plans how to devise an emergency action plan and guidelines for a successful plan. The phases of disaster management include preparedness response, mitigation, and recovery. Each phase is discussed, and group interaction is included to expand on the topics. The course reviews a personal emergency action plan as well as professional plan for in the office. While we cannot always prevent disasters and emergencies, we can plan for how to handle communications, safety and survival until the emergency or disaster has passed or been repaired.
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    The purpose of this class is to give insurance professionals resource for helping to make a policy holder whole and mitigate both Psychological and property damages. There are special sections on dealing with the types of claims effecting large exposures such as museums and municipalities as well as residential claims. The seminar will begin with a discussion of steps to be taken before restoration can begin and documentation. The class will include sections on local resources, temporary measures, ALE and safety. This seminar concludes with discussion of pre-event paperwork and post-event responsibilities. Handouts include listing of specialty materials and best practices for salvage.
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    The purpose of this course is to familiarize insurance professionals with: Analyzing a water claim, the life cycle of water claims, the steps necessary for keeping them from turning in to mold claims, general information concerning mold claims, the documentation required to prove it, and what’s required to close a mold claim. Light refreshments will be served for breakfast and lunch will follow at the conclusion of the class.
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    Participants will explore common assumptions concerning property owners’ insurance coverage, including inventory of contents and how to prove initial pre-loss condition. There will be an overview of how contents are restored, including the equipment and cleaning methods that meet industry standards. Policy provisions will be reviewed, and case studies explored. The class will end with a question and answer session. Light refreshments will be served for breakfast and lunch will follow at the conclusion of the class.
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    This interactive, participant-driven course reviews the differences between ethics, morals, and values and allows participants to provide some of their own examples of each of these. Discussions are a major part of this course, engaging participants to examine their experiences and assess personal ethics, morals and values. A review of the Florida regulations begins the class, including Regulatory Awareness, Law Updates, Ethical requirements, and Disciplinary and Industry trends are covered and explored. Then the course delves into some of the various branches of ethics. Participants will learn about Meta ethics, Normative Ethics, Applied Ethics, Moral Ethics, and Descriptive Ethics. Each branch will be defined with participants giving insight into how each branch can be observed. Finally, participants will look back at previous examples and, using a checklist, determine if they are confident in the decision that was made for each scenario. An amusing look at how we pay attention concludes the class. Light refreshments will be served for breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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