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 effective 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” below to see how you measure up?
Most ILCI applicants are insurance industry professionals wishing to deepen their knowledge of loss control or talented newcomers wishing to become independent loss control providers or field representatives. Qualified beginners are welcome.
- Working knowledge computers and digital cameras
- Familiarity with survey techniques
- Ability to create accurate, timely reports
- Ability to use drawing software
- Prompt, courteous client communication
- Mobile phone
- Reliable transportation
- Measuring wheel
- Digital camera
- Home office with computer, high-speed internet access, Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, printer, and scanner
- Program registration fee
- Some courses may require accommodations costs
Independent Contractor Startup Costs
- Cost of fuel, auto maintenance, tolls, and phones for six months
- Health insurance
- Additional miscellaneous startup-related expenses for six months
- Mentoring or coaching (optional)
- Independent Contractor startup costs including obtaining LLC or S Corp registration
Other Qualifications (Optional)
- Associate in Risk Management (ARM)
- Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM)
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
- Commercial line property and casualty insurance risk assessments
- Industrial or commercial construction
- Fire safety