2019 Claims College
2019 School of Workers Compensation
The School of Workers Compensation is designed for professionals who currently work in workers compensation or are interested in pursuing a career in the field. Professionals of all experience levels will benefit from the School’s rigorous curriculum, which is broken into three levels. In Level 1, students focus on the core competencies essential to being a successful workers compensation claims professional. Level 2 addresses the science behind setting reserves and other more advanced topics. Level 3 helps claims professionals look at the broader picture and prepares them for significant leadership roles. Level 3 includes subjects such as negotiating MSAs, management of vendors and staff and metrics analysis.
Upon successful completion of all three levels of the School, graduates will earn the Certified Claims Professional (CCP) in Workers Compensation designation.
Lisa Jurski Director, Workers' Compensation Programs, HCR ManorCare
Cynthia Lamantia Talent Acquisition and Development Manager, Self Employed
Kimberly Vaughn Vice President, Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company
Joshua Dixon Workers' Compensation Claims Leader, Westfield Insurance
James M. Poerio Attorney, Poerio & Walter, Inc.
Lisa Warner Hunter Counsel, State of West Virginia
School of Workers Compensation - Level 1 Learning Objectives
School of Workers Compensation - Level 2 Learning Objectives
School of Workers Compensation - Level 3 Learning Objectives
School of Workers Compensation - Level 1 Reading Materials
School of Workers Compensation - Level 2 Reading Materials