To help you manage your workers’ compensation business, serve your clients and work with Texas Mutual, we’re committed to providing you and your agency with the training and education to help you succeed. As part of our commitment to preventing the spread of COVID-19, we are offering virtual events for the first half of 2021. Texas Mutual courses are approved for CE credits.
Space for these free virtual events is limited and most of the live events will not be recorded, so we encourage you to register and attend. Depending on the interest for each course, we will evaluate offering some of these seminars again in the fall.
We are also providing virtual education events for your Texas Mutual clients. Explore our policyholder events.
March 10, 2021 | Virtual
Join us to explore different business entities, including payroll information and what ownership information is required for each entity. We’ll also look at the requirements for combining businesses, as well as the ERM-14 form.
April 1, 2021 | Virtual
You and your clients are invited to join us for the first Work Safe, Texas Online Summit of 2021. This free virtual seminar is open to all Texas businesses and covers important topics related to COVID-19 in Texas. Hear panel discussions with safety experts and members of the business community about COVID-19 vaccination, mental health issues and minimizing risk. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions during the Q&A session.
April 14, 2021 | Virtual
As their trusted advisor, your clients turn to you for all things related to insurance, including claims. During this seminar, get to know the claims process at Texas Mutual. You’ll learn about reporting a claim, determining compensability and injured worker benefits. We’ll also cover dispute resolution, best practices, network options and resources for your clients.
Each Texas Mutual course above is approved for one hour of CE credit, by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) for Texas-licensed P&C agents. In order to gain the CE credit for the course, you must be in attendance for the duration of the course and answer all poll questions that will be asked during the course. If you fail to attend the entire course or fail to answer all of the poll questions, CE credit cannot be awarded.