About the CISR
KAIA is the leading provider of agent continuing education in Kansas, managing both the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation programs of the National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research.
The CISR Program trains new agents and CSRs to understand and analyze risks and exposures. CISR courses are offered in hundreds of locations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Participants must attend the entire one-day course to qualify for CE credits.
The Society of CISR, founded in 1986 by a group of dedicated Kansas CICs, is a not-for-profit organization that serves and educates all employees of agencies, insurance companies, or insurance-related businesses. The Society of CISR is a member of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
There are nine institute courses from which you will choose five courses to get your designation:
Commercial Casualty I - CGL, Additional Insureds
Commercial Casualty II - BAP, WC, Excess Liability
Insuring Commercial Property
Insuring Personal Auto Exposures
Insuring Personal Residential Property
Personal Lines Miscellaneous
Elements of Risk Management
Life & Health Essentials
Eligibility & Benefits
Everyone in the insurance field is welcome to attend the CISR Program. Because course content thoroughly addresses all aspects of risks and exposures, the courses are very beneficial for new agents, as well as newer agency and company personnel.
Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) program is a truly superior education opportunity. The program empowers outstanding individuals to provide exceptional customer service. You will receive current up to date information that you can apply immediately in your day to day interactions with customers, complete knowledge of risks, coverages and exposures, cross selling and account rounding skills, one day classroom agendas, CE credit and an affordable registration fee.
To Earn the CISR:
An optional examination is held at the conclusion of each course. Earning the CISR Designation requires the successful completion of five courses and exams within a three year period. After becoming a CISR, annual continuing education is required. CISRs earn the right to attend William T. Hold Seminars.