Today’s qualified loss control specialists enjoy flexible hours and good pay—and the demand for their services has never been stronger. Train now at the Insurer’s Loss Control Institute. We’re the industry leader in loss control education, offering rigorous programs consisting of self-study readings, weekly on-line sessions, case studies, and hands-on practice in the field.
Loss Control Surveys provide insurance underwriters data on an Insured’s, or prospective Insured’s, operations, potential losses, controls that exist, and the areas of focus to help eliminate any undesirable or substandard conditions that can lead to losses in the future.
Loss Control Representatives perform inspections and prepare reports for insurance underwriting purposes. Insurance companies use the reports to properly insure commercial buildings or business operations, for a new policy or renewal of a current policy.
Introducing ILCI — the nation’s leading, independent educational institute dedicated to advancing the loss control profession. Through in-depth training, increased knowledge and insights, and adherence to standards of excellence, ILCI helps prepare insurance industry professionals and independent field representatives for rewarding careers and continuing growth and achievement in the profession of loss control.
What is a Loss Control Representative?
A Loss Control Representative performs inspections and prepares reports for insurance underwriting purposes. Insurance companies use the reports to properly insure commercial buildings or business operations, for a new policy or renewal of a current policy.
As a Loss Control Representative, you contact the Insured and schedule an appointment to visit their location. By interviewing the Insured’s contact person or persons, physically inspecting the location, and taking photographs, you gather information based on the report format requested. The interview and visual survey are conducted as part of the effort to help prevent a covered loss.
The Ideal Candidate
Are you looking for independence, flexibility, and unusually interesting work? Are you a self-starter, a part-time, retired, or downsized professional?
If so, the Insurer’s Loss Control Institute might be right for you.
Successful ILCI students are well organized and detail oriented—with a pleasant and engaging personality, a strong command of written and spoken English, and knowledge of (or eagerness to learn about) the insurance industry.
Why not “check our checklist” to see how you measure up?