WC 006 – Intro to Workers’ Compensation Claims


WC 006  INTRODUCTION TO WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIMS


WORKSHOP

Gain a basic understanding of the tenets of workers’ compensation.  This two-day seminar provides an overview of the basic principles of workers’ compensation. It is recommended for individuals planning to enroll in IEA’s Workers’ Compensation Claims Administration (WCCA) Certificate program or for anyone wanting a general overview of the California workers’ compensation system. This program provides an overview of the basic principles and terminology of workers’ compensation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Exploring history of the California workers’ compensation claims system
  • Understanding benefits provided
  • Learning workers’ compensation claims terminology
  • Comprehend concepts and processes of AOE/COE, medical treatment, temporary and permanent disability, and the litigation process

Who should attend:

  • Anyone new to the workers’ compensation claims field
  • Insurance company and producer staff
  • Self-insured or TPA claims staff
  • Health providers/HR
  • Anyone needing general knowledge of the current California workers’ compensation claims system

CLASSROOM COURSE

Instructor

Robert Cornelow

Course Type

Workshop

Dates & Times

3/30/2017,
3/31/2017

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Location

National University 
3390 Harbor Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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WC006 OC CORNELOW

Price

$299.00

Instructor

Carmen Angeles

Course Type

Workshop

Dates & Times

7/13/2017,
7/14/2017

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Location

University of Phoenix 
2100 Franklin St,
Oakland, CA 94612

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WC006 SU17 SF ANGELES

Price

$299.00