2018 I-Day - Registration Now Open!
Registration is now open for the Central Illinois CPCU Society Chapter's 57th Annual Insurance All Industry Day. It is held at Braden Auditorium at Bone Student Center on the campus of Illinois State University. Enrollment is open October 8th through October 29th.
This premier Central Illinois CPCU Chapter event showcases industry leaders discussing a variety of issues that may impact our industry today and in the future. In addition, luncheon speaker Christine Cashen will join us. Christine Cashen delivers a fast-paced, hilarious program with useful content that makes her a sought after speaker worldwide.
Join us on Thursday, November 8th, as we explore the topic of Risky Businesses
Continental Breakfast: 7:30 am - 8:15 am
Program: 8:15 am - 12:00 pm
Luncheon: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Chapter Business Meeting: 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- "Employment Practices Liability Insurance"
- "Agritainment and Agritourism"
- "Shiny Objects: Identifying & Tracking Disruption"
- "Weather Events & Emerging Issues"
- "Stop Global Whining!"
Check the tabs above for more event information:
- We have many awesome speakers for this event! Please click the "Speakers" tab above for more information.
- A flyer with information about the event is available on the "Materials" tab above.
- An electronic program will be published on the "Materials" tab the Monday before the event. It will include the list of all 2018 new designees.
NOTE: This year’s program does not qualify for continuing education credit hours from the Illinois Department of Insurance but DOES qualify for continuing education credit for the CPCU Society.
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"Employment Practices Liability Insurance"
"Shiny Objects: Identifying & Tracking Disruption"
"The Impacts of Extreme Weather & What We Can Do to Mitigate It"
Troy Baldwin & Michael C Nibbelin
Conferment of New Designees
“Staying Energized in a Draining World: The Power of Attitude in Times Like These & The Top 10 Reasons to Not Freak Out”