“The Art of Insuring Flight Schools” is presented by Mike McGrory
Flight schools have changed dramatically over the years. Not only have the aircraft and regulations become more complex, so, too, have the parties involved in the insurance contract. As a professional aviation insurance agent or broker, the insured is looking to you to protect not only his assets, but those of others with which he may be doing business. Therefore, it is important for you to know what questions to ask so you are aware of the relationships and how to advise and make coverage recommendations to your insured. Mike McGrory will present “The Art of Insuring Flight Schools” from 1 to 2 p.m. at the 2012 Aviation Insurance Association Annual Conference on Sunday, April 29, 2012.
Mike’s presentation will provide an introduction to what a flight school does and how they operate. Mike will review some of the issues that are affecting flight schools today. This seminar will focus more on the various parties to the insurance contract and how each of their interests may or may not be protected. Mike will also review coverage parts that are designed with the flight school in mind and the aviation policy in general.
The 2012 Sunday General Session is eligible for continuing insurance education credits, is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 29. Everyone is welcome to attend the sessions. Please note that if you wish to earn CIE credit, you will need to pay the additional $45 CIE credit fee.