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CCCT with John Bordonaro, Sales Leader for C.I.R.E. (The Commercial Insurance & Risk Education)

CCCT with John Bordonaro, Sales Leader for C.I.R.E. (The Commercial Insurance & Risk Education)

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CCR Publisher David Corson sat down with John Bordonaro, Sales Leader for C.I.R.E. (Commercial Insurance & Risk Education). The C.I.R.E. curriculum and certification program is a broad and extensive review of commercial and residential construction insurance for agents that wish to serve that market.  A CIRE certification will be earned by successfully completing the curriculum and will be granted by the NationWide Contractors Alliance.  This is in addition to the twenty-three (23) hours of continuing education (CE) credits reported to your state.  Agency groups should consider CIRE for training any Producers working with the Construction Industry. 

Topics covered include:

General Liability in Construction
Commercial and Personal Auto for Contractors
Pollution and Professional Liability
Property and Inland Marine for Contractors
Cyber and Smart Home Liability
Directors and Officers Coverage
Construction Bonding and Surety
Work Comp and Employers Liability

The CIRE curriculum is different from the other construction industry certification programs in several meaningful ways.

1) Format.  CIRE is offered in a video format with an instructor explaining the material.  Others are offered only in print and must be read.

2) Language. CIRE is using construction language and plain English and avoids insurance jargon.  It’s intended to be understood by contractors too.

3) Application and Examples.   CIRE focuses on the practical applications of the insurance learning being taught.  A key focus is on how concepts are seen in a contractor’s operations, day to day.

4) Intent.  CIRE is about building a bridge between the insurance and construction industries. 

5) Residential construction focus.  CIRE better focuses on the insurance reality of residential  construction and more lightly touches on commercial construction

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