The insurance world is constantly changing; keeping up to date on the latest advancements in forensic investigations is tough. CEP has a variety of training opportunities that allow you to optimize the management of your claims.

The content of each session is adapted to meet your needs. We give you the option to decide what the topic is, and the length of the training, to ensure you get the most out of every session. At the end of your training, you’ll have a complete picture of the type of loss you’ve chosen to explore.

With the information presented by our knowledgeable experts, you will learn how to assess the need for an in-depth investigation of the claims you are dealing with. You will also have better control of the costs related to these claims.

These carefully prepared programs will give you access to continuing education credits. Some of our courses are accredited by the Alberta Insurance Council, and if the specific training you’re looking for isn’t already accredited, we are happy to have it approved.

Want to increase the efficiency of your team in claims management? Our experts will share their knowledge directly in your office!

Contact us for a full listing of our seminars and to organize a training session for your team!


Presented by CEP Forensic & Samis +

Date:  June 27, 2019
Location:  GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute (FESTI)
Time:  8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Whether you are adjusting a first party claim, defending a liability claim or pursuing recovery through subrogation, investigating fire losses and understanding what goes into that investigation can be critical to managing your files successfully. Join us on June 27, 2019 for a program centered around a live, controlled structure fire. The live burn will be the centerpiece of a day with speakers who will address:

  1. Technical issues relating to the investigation of fire losses;
  2. Determining causation, preservation of evidence in the course of and following an investigation;
  3. Strategies for scene management
  4. Working within the confines of NFPA 921 and CSA investigation standards
  5. The importance of team communication with insurer, engineer and lawyer
  6. Legal considerations in working with the conclusions of causation investigations
  7. Practical strategies for disclosing expert opinions, evidence preservation and litigating cases involving technical issues;

Please join us for this interesting and unique event. Sign up today as there are limited spots available.