Master Schedule






SABS 1 School Workshop Series Apr 29 to Apr 29 Adjusters; Legal Professionals

This 5 day program provides technical training on the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule, governing legislation, and precedent cases that guide claim procedures. Focus on developing a strong technical knowledge-base for AB file handling. Testing and evaluation performed via real-life case studies to promote practical applications back at your desk. Topics include: OAP, history of legislative changes, definitions, exceptions to coverage, the MIG, Med/Rehab benefits, ATC, other expenses, collateral benefits, HCAI and clinical billing, and claims processes. 

View the Table of Contents to the SABS 1 Manual here.

*This session of courses runs from April 29 - May 3, 2019.

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SABS 2 School Workshop Series May 13 to May 13 Adjusters; Legal Professionals

This 5 day program covers specified benefit claims, disability, and rehabilitation management. Focus on the investigation and management of complex claims with illustrations of leading cases that have shaped income replacement, non-earner, caregiver, attendant care, and catastrophic interpretations. Topics include: specified benefits, death and funeral, optional benefits, IRBs, NEBs, Caregiver, HK, and Catastrophic injury. Also included in the course will be the CAT determination and the definition of Catastrophic Pre and Post June 1, 2016

View the Table of Contents to the SABS 2 Manual here.

*This session of courses runs from May 13-17, 2019.

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Bodily Injury Fundamentals Workshop Series Jun 3 to Jun 3 New & Current BI Adjusters; Current BI Adjusters; Legal Professionals

In this series of 5 workshops, participants are introduced to Bodily Injury claims through relevant section of the OAP, Insurance Act, Ontario Regulations, and leading case law. The workshops are taught according to adult learning principles to maximize retention and ensure on-the-job relevancy. Participants receive inHEALTH's comprehensive 2018 Bodily Injury Guide, participant worksheets, and a BI toolkit. 

View the Table of Contents to the Bodily Injury Guide here.

*This session of courses runs from June 3-7, 2019.

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