Northeast IN CE Classes for Real Estate Professionals

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.

As the damage restoration industry changes and evolves, it is wise to keep up to date on the latest knowledge and technology. Paul Davis offers continuing education to anyone who wants to have training on the best tools, procedures and problems related to real estate, insurance and restoration. With the help of our excellent instructors of Northeast IN, you can look forward to an enriching class covering subjects such as fire insurance claims. While these continuing education courses are targeted to insurance professionals, repair and real estate specialists can benefit from them too. You can feel confident too that Paul Davis always teaches courses within state guidelines in order to provide any credit or licensure.

Our team offers CE classes to professionals in insurance throughout the nation and Northeast IN for many years. The courses we conduct go farther than simple licensure. Insurance professionals aren’t the only folks who take our classes. Subjects covered are helpful for homeowners, real estate agents and anyone who works in a realm of property damage restoration.

Current CE Classes

Paul Davis regularly offers CE classes in our Learning Center (3010 Butler Ridge Pkwy, Fort Wayne, IN 46808) and at locations around Northeast Indiana. CE Classes that we have scheduled include:

Tuesday, January 16, 2024 – ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS
  • 8 AM – 10  AM- Animals Gone Wild (2 credits)
  • 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM – How the Water Source Affects the Claim (1 credits)
  • 12 PM – 3 PM – Claims – Policy and Practice (3 credits)

Thursday, February 22, 2024 – ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS

  • 8 AM – 10 AM – Contents – Claims from Cave to Castle (2 credits)
  • 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM – Smoke Damage & Odor Mitigation (1 credit)
  • 12 PM – 3 PM – Ethics and the Insurance Professional (3 credits)

Tuesday, March 19, 2024 – ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS

  • 8 AM – 10 AM – Going Green (2 credits)
  • 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM – Contents (1 credit)
  • 12 PM – 3 PM – After the Disaster (3 credits)

There will not be any CE Classes for the month of December.  Check back with us for upcoming classes in 2024!

In-Office CE Classes

If you are a current and active client of Paul Davis of Northeast Indiana, we can schedule a CE class at your office for no cost! We’ll even bring the drinks and snacks, too! We teach up to 3 credit hours total in one day at your office. You can schedule as many days as you wish, but no more than 3 hours in a single day. In accordance with the state requirements, we need at least 40-day advance notice to schedule any CE class. In the event of a need to reschedule the CE class, an additional 40 days would be required.

Below you will find the the In-Office CE courses that we offer, by state:

*We are approved for many more classes than are currently listed. Thank you for your patience as we update the CE class listings.*

Indiana Courses: Provider #82513
A Balanced Approach to Mold 27312   2
The intent of this CE Course is to show both extremes and then present a balanced view, according to well respected industry standards, as to what proper steps should be considered in mold remediation.
Going Green 29674 2
Join our discussion on the meaning of “green” and the complexities of environmentalism versus the concept of policy upgrades and coverage issues, dissemination of information, risk inspections, policy audit and reserves.
Hoarding and the Insurance Claims 33814 2
Gain an understanding of hoarding and its role in insurance claims.
How the Water Source Affects the Claim 24895   1
Water damage: immediate response and reducing liability exposure.
It Takes a Village 29675   2
A Look at Insurance Industry Relationships
Lead Safety 31105 2
Attendees will gain understanding of the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) rule and how it affects repair projects.
Pack Out Inventory 25172   1
What every insurance professional should know about restoration and inventory of property contents
Roofing 25175   1
This is a one hour course designed to cover the issues surrounding composition roofing and the special concerns regarding steeply sloped roofs. Common policy language, definitions and responsibilities are discussed.  The steps involved in dealing safely with roofing claims and some common concerns with regard to these claims are previews for both the property and casualty segments of the insurance industry.
Soft Contents Restoration 24789   1
Students of the Soft Contents Restoration course will be learn to identify different types of soft contents and the benefits of repair versus replacement.  In addition students will be taught about traditional restoration methods and discover modern soft contents restoration technology, processes, and procedures at a modern soft contents restoration facility.
The Role of Technology in the Claims Process  26004   1
Is outdated technology complicating your claims process?  Learn the flow of a typical claim and how to use technology to create a more efficient claims management process.
Understanding the Issues of Fire & Smoke Losses 24894   1
This is a one hour course which covers the importance of immediate response after a fire.  Participants will also be instructed on the different types of fire damage, the categories of smoke residue and the behavior of smoke.  Additionally, the ongoing effects of contamination on contents and structure are discussed.
Trauma Recovery Services 33819 2
The proper use and disposal of Personal Protection Equipment is featured, along with descriptions of other services usually needed at this very challenging type of restoration.
Wind Mitigation 24790   1
Wind Mitigation is a one hour CE Seminar meant to help both agents and adjusters understand that residential property insurance providers are to provide “discounts, credits, or other rate differentials, or other appropriate reductions in deductibles” for residential properties where construction methods that have been shown to reduce loss caused by windstorms are employed.

Please call or email Stacy with inquiries or to schedule a class. (260)436-7510 Stacy.King@PaulDavis.com