Grow Your Book With Contemporary Ethics: Insurance CE Class in Spokane, WA

July 28, 2022

CE Class: Contemporary Ethics (3 CE credits, WA) | July 28th, 2022 from 9 AM-12 PM | Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce | Course #612001

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Insurance Agent Continuing Education Series: Grow Your Book with Contemporary Ethics | Presented by PuroClean of North Spokane

To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved.

– George MacDonald

Today’s consumers are placing more importance than ever on doing business with companies that align with their values.

Currently the largest consumer group in the U.S., numbering about 75 million people, is the Millennials. Members of this generation were born between 1981 and 1996 and spend well over $1 trillion annually. In seemingly all areas of their lives, including who they work for and where they spend their money, many Millennials insist the organizations they’re involved with share their ethics and values. Can you grow your book by showing this population that you and your staff prioritize ethical conduct? Absolutely!

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What you will learn:

  • Possible reasons behind unethical behavior and tests to help determine ethical conduct

  • Where legality and ethical conduct converge, and diverge

  • Legal responsibility to conduct business ethically

  • Ethical duties of an insurance professional to the homeowner or homeowner’s agent

Additional topics:

  • Ethical considerations specific to property damage restoration companies

  • Why prioritizing honesty, transparency, and authenticity support business growth now and in the future

A Continental breakfast will be served. Registration is required.

Registration Info:

  • Please complete the form below to register. To reserve 5 or more seats and/or for general inquiries, please contact Jerome at PuroClean of North Spokane: (509) 505-5353.

Looking for more CE Credits? Consider attending The Basics of Biohazard Remediation (3 CE’s) on the same day (7/28/22, from 1PM – 4PM).

WA License Renewal & CE Credit FAQs:

  • Q: How many continuing education credits do I need to renew my license?

  • A: Each resident individual producer with life, disability, property, casualty or personal lines must complete a total of 24 credit hours of CE which must include 3 hours of ethics credits prior to license renewal or reinstatement.

  • Q: How can I make sure I haven’t taken this class already?

  • A: Compare this course number and description to other classes you’ve completed since your last renewal: WA #612001 – Contemporary Ethics.┬áIf both match another course you’ve completed during this renewal cycle, you will not receive credit for taking this course.

  • Q: Can I take this course now and apply the credits to a future renewal cycle (beyond my next one)?

  • A: No. CE credits can only be applied to license renewal for the period in which they are earned (they cannot be banked/frontloaded).

  • Q: Is the instructor an approved CE provider in Washington?

  • A: Yes. Jerome Matthews, WA State OIC Approved CE Provider #28567 (PuroSystems LLC), will be facilitating this workshop.

  • Q: How do I find my Washington State License Number (WAOIC) and/or National Producer Number (NPN)?

  • A: You can look up this information for yourself, other agents, agencies or companies on the OIC’s website.

  • Q: I’m a resident individual adjuster or an individual non-resident adjuster who claims Washington as my home state. What are my CE requirements?

  • A: Beginning July 15, 2022, the CE requirements for individual resident and non-resident adjusters are the same as those given for individual resident producers above.

About the Instructor

A collection of photos showing Jerome Matthews, co-owner of PuroClean of North Spokane, a locally owned property damage restoration company in Spokane, WA

Jerome Matthews has spent most of his working life in training & development roles, first at a few well-known Washington companies and later as a healthcare provider instructing physicians, nurses, and physical therapists across the country. An Inland NW native, he began his third career in mid-2019 when he co-founded PuroClean of North Spokane, a property damage restoration company specializing in the mitigation of structural damage due to water, fire, mold, and biohazards. He is a Biorisk Management Specialist, a Certified Trauma & Crime Scene Technician, and one of 30 Certified Forensic Operators in the United States. In his free time (what’s that?) he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, single malt whiskeys & Bourbons, and pretending he’s good at golf.


July 28, 2022
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce – Conference Room
10808 E Sprague Ave
Spokane Valley, WA

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