Group Benefits


International Foundation e-learning courses are the ideal training solution for anyone who works with employee benefits.

The interactive courses provide an engaging environment for learning. You’ll find useful real-life scenarios to help you apply what you’re learning to your organization and interactive knowledge checks to help build your comprehension.

E-learning courses are available online 24/7 for 180 days, which means you can complete a course in a time frame that fits your schedule with no time lost away from the office.

After completing a course, you will receive a Certificate of Successful Completion documenting your achievement. Even more important though, you’ll walk away with practical solutions for the issues you face and confidence in knowing that you are truly informed.

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  The Group Insurance Landscape
What is insurance and why it is needed? This course provides an overview of common insured and noninsured benefits provided under group benefits plans and the insurer’s role in the provision of group insurance.
  Group Benefits Design and Administration
This course outlines the plan sponsor’s role in group benefits plan management and provides an overview of key requirements related to group benefits design, claims administration, premium administration, recordkeeping and communication.
  Group Benefits Funding and Pricing
A comprehensive overview of the traditional funding methods used for most group benefit plans, a look at the factors that impact a plan sponsor’s decision about the funding method chosen and an examination of the basic methods of pricing group insurance.

Life Cycle of a Group Benefits Plan*
Life Cycle of a Group Benefits Plan outlines the insurer’s role and responsibilities at all stages of a group benefits plan life cycle—prospecting, quoting/proposing, selling, implementing, servicing, amending/renewing and terminating a group insurance plan. The application of principles of ethical decision making throughout the life cycle of a group benefits plan is examined from the perspectives of all parties involved—plan sponsor, insurer, plan advisors and plan members.