Class Library Event Insurance

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  • Title:Event Insurance
  • Category:Planning & Logistics
  • Level:Beginner
  • Instructor:Melissa Maybury
  • Length:46 min
  • Posted:9/28/2010
  • CMP Domain:C: Risk Management
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Overview

You can have the best planned event, only to see it go awry through factors beyond your control. Though you can't control weather, strikes, acts of terrorism, and other unforeseen circumstances, you can properly insure your event against them. This class will provide an overview of the risks event planners face, and the insurance protections available for them.

Filmed on location at 24 Fifth Banquet Facility, courtesy of the Glazier Group.

Learning Outcomes

    1. Recognize the key risks faced by meeting and event professionals. Understand how to protect you and your client’s best interests.
    2. Understand insurance and how to purchase coverage. Available specialty event insurance options and their benefits for you and your clients.
    3. Understand general liability policies and where they fall short for this industry.
    4. Understand and identify elements of Certificates of Insurance.

Table of Contents

Watch the Full Class Without Chapter Breaks
Event Insurance - Full Class Video 45:07
Event Insurance: Event Planner Essentials
Overview & Insurance Terms 2:57
Understanding Certificates of Insurance 3:20
Types of Risks & Types of Coverages 2:17
Liability Insurance; Host Liquor vs. Liquor Liability Coverages 7:55
Common Additional Coverages & Exclusions 4:06
Event Cancellation Insurance 7:11
Terrorism Insurance 2:27
Weather Insurance, including "Big Day Umbrella" Wedding Coverage 8:54
Prize Indemnity & Promotional Insurance 4:56
Professional Liability Insurance (Errors & Omissions Coverage) 1:54
Insurance Options in Today's Market 1:24
Downloads (documents referenced in this class)
Certificate of Insurance (with Add'l Insured) 1 Page
Videos of Other Planners: How Does Your Agency Charge?
Karen Dalzell, CEO of Dalzell Productions 2:33
ELI

The Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) is a certification offered by the Convention Industry Council (CIC), an umbrella group comprised of 30 organizations. As part of the application process for the CMP, candidates are required to log a minimum of 25 Clock Hours of approved education. If you see the CMP designation next to a given class on this site, it indicates that class has been approved by the CIC to count toward that educational requirement, for the designated number of clock hours. For more information go to www.ConventionIndustry.org.

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