KAIA manages the Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation program in Kansas. The CISR Program trains new agents and CSRs to better understand and analyze risks and exposures. There are nine courses offered through the CISR program. Each of the nine courses will qualify for 7 hours of state continuing education credits. Agents may choose any five of the nine courses to earn their CISR 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
- Agency Operations
- Elements of Risk Management
- Life & Health Essentials
The CISR classes listed below do not count toward earning a designation, but they can be used for updates and state CE credit:
- Dynamics of Service
- William T. Hold Seminars
Anyone working in the insurance field is eligible to participate the CISR program. Because course content thoroughly addresses all aspects of risks and exposures, the courses are particularly beneficial for new agents, as well as newer agency and company personnel.
Benefits of Earning CISR Designation
The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) program is one the industry's superior education opportunities. The program empowers agents and CSRs to provide exceptional customer service. Participants receive up-to-date information they can apply immediately in their day-to-day interactions with customers, including a complete knowledge of risks, coverages and exposures, cross selling and account rounding skills.
Requirements to Earn the CISR Designation
An optional examination is held at the conclusion of each course. To earn the CISR designation, participants must successfully complete five courses and exams within a three-year period.
Retaining the CISR Designation
To retain the CISR designation, annual continuing education is required. CISRs also earn eligibility to participate in William T. Hold seminars.
you earn the CISR designation, an update is required each year to keep your
education current and to maintain your CISR designation. If
you choose to
update by attending one of the remaining four CISR courses, you
will be on your way to achieving the
CISR Elite distinction. Once you’ve completed and passed all
nine CISR courses (the first five courses within three years and the remaining
four courses within an additional three years), you will earn the highest
recognition for those in customer service anywhere. With this new status, CISR
Elites will receive a new pin, a special diploma, and recognition at a conferment
Upcoming CISR Classes
October 4Life & Health Essentials
October 18Personal Lines Misc.
November 9Commercial Casualty II
November 15Insuring Commercial Property
2017 CISR Classes*
Registration Coming Soon
January 24, 2017Dynamics of Service
February 14, 2017Personal Lines - Misc.
February 15, 2017Dynamics of Service
March 16, 2017Insuring Commercial Property
March 29, 2017Commercial Casualty I
April 11, 2017Life & Health Essentials
April 26, 2017Personal Lines - Misc.
May 10, 2017Insuring Personal Auto Exposures
May 25, 2017Personal Lines Misc.
June 22, 2017Commercial Casualty II
August 9, 2017Insuring Personal Auto Exposures
August 24, 2017William T. Hold
September 14, 2017Insuring Commercial Property
September 26, 2017Life & Health Essentials
October 11, 2017Life & Health Essentials
October 24, 2017Commercial Casualty I
November 9, 2017Elements of Risk Management
November 21, 2017Agency Operations
December 5, 2017Insuring Personal Residental Property*Tentative Schedule