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Designations

CIC:  Certified Insurance Counselor

Sharpen your edge and stand out from the crowd.  Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) are recognized for their expertise and commitment to the industry. Complete any CIC course in only 16 hours.  Achieve your professional goals, complete updates faster, and earn your designation in less time.

The CIC program is continuously reviewed, updated, and expanded to fit your professional needs.

James K. Rubles Seminars

These seminars are respected throughout the industry as cutting-edge and market-focused – offering a variety of specialty, advanced and high-interest topics.

If you are looking to drill down into a specific topic, you will get the answers to all your tough questions. If you are a generalist, the seminars also cover a mix of session subjects on advanced coverages that are current and on trend.

CISR:  Certified Insurance Service Representative

The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation empowers outstanding individuals to provide exceptional account management and customer service.

Today’s organizations live and die by their customer service-so be great at what you do! If you are thinking about expanding your skills, only one program should be on your radar-CISR.

CRM:  Certified Risk Manager

Risk Managers are in high demand! Distinguish yourself from the crowd and get the credential that sets you apart-Certified Risk Manager (CRM).

Risk Managers don’t leave anything to chance! Participate in the program that gives you a dependable advantage in the demanding field of risk management—the CRM Program.

CSRM:  Certified School Risk Manager

CSRM is a career-building designation program for school personnel responsible for the risk management function. The CSRM faculty is represented by the field's top practitioners and leaders. Five intensive courses guide participants through the risk management process, emphasizing practice over theory. Each one-day course includes an optional multiple-choice examination.  Those individuals that already have the CISR designation may use the CSRM for their annual update.

CPIA:  Certified Professional Insurance Agent

To earn the CPIA designation, candidates are required to participate in a series of three, one-day Insurance Success Seminars designed to enhance the ability of producers, sales support staff and company personnel to efficiently create and distribute effective insurance programs. Participants leave with ideas that will produce increased sales results immediately. The training modules have been rated very highly by graduating producers and by participating company representatives. The format and nominal cost to attend each module have made them particularly useful and popular.

Candidates have three years to complete the series and be awarded the CPIA designation. Candidates are notified of their eligibility by email from the AIMS Society. Diplomas are prepared on a quarterly basis.