The National Alliance Producer School Visits Calif. In Jan. 2003

November 8, 2002

The National Alliance School for Producer Development will conduct an intensive, three-week producer training school in the San Francisco, California area Jan. 19 through Feb. 7, 2003.

The National Alliance School for Producer Development, also called the “Producer School,” is open to industry newcomers as well as experienced insurance professionals who are moving into a sales role. All faculty members are successful producers who know what it takes to succeed in today’s marketplace. The curriculum is designed to train new producers how to handle real-world situations by using problem-solution concepts and case studies.

Benefits of the Producer School are a shortened development time for the new producer, skills and knowledge in sales sequences and strategies, technical training in key areas of commercial insurance, and 24-month production monitoring after graduation.

Professional insurance education opportunities conducted by The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research include: Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) institutes, Certified Insurance
Service Representatives (CISR) courses, Certified Risk Managers (CRM) courses, and Dynamics of Selling and Dynamics of Sales Management programs. There are more than 110,000 active participants in the various programs.

More information about the Producer School may be found online at

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