Seminars

IBAO Education

We continually develop new in-class seminars that touch on everything from industry issues to general business topics.

We have a great vantage point of the industry as a whole. Our facilitators are some of the best in the business – active brokers chosen for their expertise, insurance company personnel and independent consultants – all dedicated to providing quality education (let us know if facilitating is something you’ve always wanted to do). We also offer customized courses tailored to your brokerage and location so tell us if you’re looking for something specific.

RIBO’s Education Eligibility Guidelines require individuals to attend seminars in their entirety to receive accreditation. Individuals won’t receive accreditation with partial attendance; course attendance sheets must be signed accordingly.

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Seminars

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Errors & Omissions Loss Control

3 Management Hours. In order to qualify for your brokerage’s Loss Control Credit and in accordance with attendance and position requirements, the Errors & Omissions Loss Control seminar must be taken every three years if your brokerage has been claims-free for this period.

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Beyond Best in Class (BBiC)

20 Management Hours. More than an education program, BBiC is a road map to success and a black belt in industry leadership. It’s where brokers clear their mental clutter of the past and move towards the best version of themselves.

A premier five-day advanced program centered on the principles of collaboration and innovation. Acquire the knowledge and insights you need to foster meaningful change in your business, and the tools to transform the way you think about and manage your brokerage.

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Realizing the Full Value of your Brokerage

Whether you’re looking to grow, winding down or want to understand how to leverage your business, this seminar will help you clarify the value of your brokerage. Brought to you in partnership with BMO and featuring presentations by BMO’s Doug Porter, Chief Economist, Colin Clahane, Director, Business Finance Group, and Tyler Marche, Vice President, Wealth Advisor, learn the trends of buying and selling brokerages, and understand succession planning that works.

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