WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS
DISABILITY & DEATH BENEFITS IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS
WCCA 14 - How It Benefits You
You’ll complete this course feeling confident in your ability to handle all aspects of
California workers’ compensation claims for disability and death benefits.
Take this course if you are:
A workers’ compensation claims adjuster
A medical only claims adjuster
Employed by a TPA or Self-Insured entity
How to calculate a claimant’s weekly earnings.
Computing elements of compensation.
Methods for calculating AWE.
Temporary disability indemnity and the five ways for calculating eligibility
Statutory minimums and maximums
Other Topics You'll Learn
Determining termination and extension of TD benefit payments when the employer’s obligation to pay runs out.
Using the PD schedule to rate and compute permanent disability.
Adjusting PD rating for return to work.
How to accurately compute death benefits.
Course Credit Hours
CA-WC-CERT – 27 Hours
CCMP – 12 Hours
CPDM – 12 Hours
CPWC – 12 Hours
MCLE – 27 Hours
(Individual submission required to State Bar Association).
WCCA 14 Books & Exams
FINAL EXAM (Proctor REQUIRED) must be ordered from The Institutes if you are pursuing a designation
WCCA 14 Course Overview
Online Semester course
Online – Webinar
Dates & Times
Tuesdays 7:15pm – 8:15 PM PST
No class week of Thanksgiving
(11 weeks / 11 hours total )
This course is offered in online format.
- Weekly LIVE webinars
- Online Dashboard for quizzes.
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Several payment options available