Introduction to Workers’ Compensation Claims
Are you working in a role that intersects with workers’ compensation claims, such as benefits, HR, or investigations? Are you new to the industry and ready to embark on your professional development path? If so, IEA’s Introduction to Workers’ Compensation Claims program is the perfect platform to launch your success. Gain a thorough grounding in the principles and theories of California comp and get up to speed on the language and laws you’ll need to know.
The History of California Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ Compensation claims terminology
Concepts of AOE/COE, medical treatment, temporary and permanent disability, and the litigation process.
Where, When and How?
This class is offered in online instructor led webinar format, starting October 30th through November 27th from 6:30-7:30pm PST. Prefer an in-class learning experience? Take a two-day live workshop format in Oakland or in Pasadena, December 6th-7th from 8:30am to 5pm PST>
Earn CE Hours Too!
This class offers 15 CE hours for your California State certification in workers’ compensation. Property casualty agent/broker licensees can earn 15 hours by attending the 2-day workshop in either Oakland or Pasadena. For more information on your California State requirements in workers’ compensation, download the California Compliance Requirements.
Take a Summer-time roller coaster ride through the world of workers’ compensation claims!
Introduction to Workers’ Compensation Claims, a 15 hour comprehensive workshop, is the ideal launching pad for industry newcomers, and for anyone who can benefit from a thorough grounding in the principles of California workers’ compensation. Classroom offering available in Oakland, CA, June 6-7, 2018 from 8:30am to 5pm. Approved for 15 CE credits for California workers’ compensation certification, and 15 hours for California property casualty agent brokers too.
Save your spot today!
Did you know that 14 NEW workers’ compensation laws take effect this month? Join IEA and Professor David Chetcuti to learn more about the latest changes in California workers’ comp legislation and how it affects YOU!
This annual statewide event rolls out from San Francisco to San Diego in January and February of 2018. In addition to the 13 new workers’ comp laws, we’ll discuss a range of other topics including:
The LeBoeuf decision. Is it dead for post 1/1/13 injuries? Come find out at the New workers’ comp laws workshop
Voucher fraud! Can you spot the top 10 ways fraud is being committed? We’ll show you how
12 most successful strategies to engage injured employees? Join us to learn this and so much more
Vocational consultant reports. Are they still admissible in workers’ comp for post 1/1/13 injuries?
What’s the best way to hire a Medicare Custodial Account Company?