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2024 Webinar Series

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Take your career to the next level with Pario Academy! Our 2024 webinar series is tailored for your professional needs with educational opportunities led by our top experts in forensic engineering and environmental sciences.

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Registration opens at the beginning of each month.

Scheduled on the third Thursday of each month, our one-hour seminars offer a deep dive into complex topics relevant to the industry. From general presentations on fire and explosion investigations to detailed discussions of environmental issues, each webinar is designed to benefit a wide range of insurance professionals, including adjusters, defence lawyers, and examiners.

Webinars free of charge, and each webinar is certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

There’s no better time to advance your career!

Residential Spills and Remediation

Thursday, January 18, 2024

A 1-hour presentation to assist insurance and legal professionals in determining the possible causes of spills, and the remediation considerations to reduce claim costs.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

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Residential Spills and Remediation

Slip and Fall Analysis

Thursday, February 15, 2024

A 1-hour presentation on slip and fall analysis factors affecting slip resistance. This webinar provides insurance and legal professionals technical knowledge of how slips and falls occur, their factors, and the applicable industry standards and investigation methods to investigate.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

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Slip and Fall Analysis

Experts & Evidence - A How To

Thursday, March 21, 2024

A 1-hour presentation for insurance and legal professionals to explore subrogation potential and evidence storage practices. Includes factors that assist to determine if expertise is required, and if so, what kind.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Experts & Evidence - A How To

Building Construction

Thursday, April 18, 2024

A 1-hour presentation for insurance and legal professionals that explores a variety of buildings and structures and the various impacts diverse accidents have on structures.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Building Construction

Environmental Forensic Investigations

Thursday, May 16, 2024

A 1-hour presentation to assist insurance and legal professionals in determining multiple sources of contaminants, and the subsequent remedial efforts to reduce claim costs.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Environmental Forensic Investigations

Fire and Explosion Investigations - Impacts on Clean-up

Thursday, June 20, 2024

A 1-hour accredited presentation for insurance and legal professionals on fire and explosion investigations. Includes damage delineations and clean-up, as well as subrogation management.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Fire and Explosion Investigations - Impacts on Clean-up

Hygiene Contamination - Causation to Remediation

Thursday, September 19, 2024

A 1-hour presentation for insurance and legal professionals that covers determining causation through to remediation. Complete with case studies that explore multiple sources of contaminants and the remedial efforts required for each. A key focus is on claim cost reduction.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Hygiene Contamination - Causation to Remediation

Complex Spill and Contamination Response

Thursday, October 17, 2024

A 1-hour presentation to assist insurance and legal professionals in determining a large spill versus a contaminated site. Includes subsequent remedial methodologies to reduce claim costs.

Certified for continuing education credits (General and Adjuster) with the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC).

Complex Spill and Contamination Response