Cradle to the Grave

Florida Insurance School CE Online Webinars


“I’m older and have more insurance.”

-Evelyn from Fried Green Tomatoes (if you haven’t seen this clip lately do yourself a favor: watch it and enjoy laughing all day)

From the cradle to the grave. While constantly evolving, personal lines P&C exposures and insurance persist throughout every stage of the life cycle. The first of two outstanding CE Webinars this Tuesday, we invite you to join FISCE personal lines guru Scott “Guy-o from Ohio” Treen for Marriage, Kids, Money, Assisted Living And Everything Between: Home And Auto Exposures For Life. If homeowners insurance is your jam, join David “Special Sauce” Thompson Tuesday afternoon for Homeowners Deep-Dive: What You Need To Know About The Most Recent Forms and discuss with him the latest happenings from our policy overlords at the Insurance Services Office (ISO).

In need your 4-Hour Law & Ethics Update? We got you! Learn the latest happenings with FL rules/regs/laws and fulfill your 4-Hour L&E Update requirement. Check out the schedule below and register online today!   

This week’s CE Webinars (all times Eastern. Keep scrolling to see the full month schedule):

It’s a fine week to be at the FISCE and we’re humbled to share it with you. Remember, if you’re an unapologetic lover of the Sunshine State keep scrolling for this week’s F5 (“Fascinating Factoid For Fanatical Floridians”.)

Until the next round…cheers!

Kevin “Towanda” Amrhein, CIC, CBIA

Florida Insurance School Continuing Education (FISCE)

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This week, Ponte Vedra Beach hosts The Players Championship: one of the most significant tournaments in professional golf.

To honor Florida’s extensive golf history I went in search of a factoid regarding our state’s oldest golf course and stumbled into what I assume is a long-standing rivalry for that title. Turns out there are TWO courses purporting to be the oldest, both tracing their roots back to 1897: the West Course at Belleair Country Club near Clearwater and the Ocean Course at the Breakers in Palm Beach. Bad news for most of us weekend hackers: the former is open to members only and the latter is accessible only to members and resort guests ☹

As a Floridian and golf fanatic I’m embarrassed to admit that I was unaware of the Florida Historic Golf Trail. I’m so pleased to have come across this info and look forward to playing some of our state’s most historic tracks!