Education & Training Services

Reinsurance



High performance software is a requirement for business success—the other essential element is knowledge. With this in mind, StoneRiver offers a range of informative courses for new and existing users. Comprehensive, uninterrupted instruction ensures that you understand the system well enough to use its primary features.

You will find courses on ceded and assumed features of URS, new release updates, and technical training.

CPE Credits can be earned for many training courses in this catalog. Please refer to individual courses for details.

Training Center

Training courses are presented at the StoneRiver Training Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Classes are interactive with two-way dialogue that facilitates active learning. Our instructors are subject matter experts who can answer your questions and provide background information. You’ll be able to apply your new knowledge immediately.

2017


Date: Tuesday, October 24
Time: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Eastern Time 

 

Description

Half-day seminar. This is a group-live training at the Cincinnati Training Center.

Objective

  • Provide a general understanding of URS Reinsurance Contract information
  • Provide an understanding of how URS Support Tables and Reinsurance Contracts are used with URS Accounting, Claims, and Reporting functions
  • Provide "hands-on" instruction on how to enter, renew, revise, and view URS Reinsurance Contracts

After completing the course, you will understand

  • How URS Reinsurance Contracts are used to control tracking premium and loss experience
  • How URS Reinsurance Contracts are used to control URS Accounting and Claims
  • How to access/view URS Reinsurance Contract information using on-line searching

Intended Audience

  • Employees new to URS
  • Managers/Supervisors new to URS

Prerequisite

  • Basic understanding of assumed reinsurance is helpful but not required

Estimated CPE Credit

3 credit hours in Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Tuition

$500 at StoneRiver site


 

Date: Wednesday, October 25
Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Description

Half-day seminar. This is a group-live training at the Cincinnati Training Center.

Objective

  • Provide a general understanding of the URS Claims system
  • Provide an understanding of how URS Claims are used with Administrative Support Tables, Reinsurance Contracts, Accounting, and Reporting functions
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to enter, view, or modify a Claim
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to enter, view, or modify Reserves and Payments
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to request Claim correspondence
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to execute Claim displays
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to use the Claims on-line search features

After completing the course, you will understand

  • How URS Contracts are used to control URS Claims
  • What URS Support Tables are used to control URS Claims
  • What information is recorded in URS Claim abstracts
  • How URS Claims are used to track contract loss experience
  • How foreign currency reserves / payments can be tracked in URS
  • How Claim payment transactions affect Accounting balances
  • How to view URS Contract information for a Claim
  • How to attach and view notes to a Claim abstract
  • How to close a Claim
  • How to enter gross or retroceded Claim reserves and payments
  • How to enter a Claim for tracking purposes only without affecting financials (Z claims)
  • How to create, view, modify and display Claims information
  • How to use the on-line Claim display features

Intended Audience

  • Employees new to the URS Claims module
  • Managers/Supervisors new to the URS Claims module

Prerequisite

  • Assumed Contract Review

Estimated CPE Credit

3 credit hours in Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Tuition

$500 at StoneRiver site


 


Date: Wednesday, Thursday, October 25 - 26
Time: Course begins on Wednesday at 1:00 PM through 4:00 PM and continues on to Thursday at 9:00 AM and concludes by 12:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Description

Full day seminar. This is a group-live training at the Cincinnati Training Center.

Objective

  • Provide a general understanding of the URS Accounting & Cash system features
  • Provide an understanding of how URS Accounting and Cash is used in conjunction with URS Administrative Tables, Reinsurance Contracts, Claims, and Reporting functions
  • Provide an understanding of URS Statistical and Sub-ledgers
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to enter, view, or modify Accounting transactions
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to enter, view, or modify Reserves and Payments
  • Provide "hands-on" instructions on how to use the Accounting on-line display features

After completing the course, you will understand

  • How URS Contracts are used to control URS Accounting
  • What URS Administrative Tables are used to control URS Accounting
  • The URS Accounting and Sub-ledger file structure
  • How to book statistical accounts and claims
  • How to book miscellaneous transactions, such as IBNR, accruals, and etc.
  • How to use the load reserve feature
  • How to enter Cash
  • How to clear receivables
  • How to apply partial cash to a receivable
  • How to clear payables
  • How to set up deposit premiums on a Contract
  • How to use the on-line Accounting display features
  • How to use the on-line Claim display features

Intended Audience

  • Employees new to the URS Accounting and Cash modules
  • Managers/Supervisors new to the URS Accounting and Cash modules

Prerequisite

  • Assumed Contract Review

Estimated CPE Credit

6 credit hours in Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Tuition

$1,000 at StoneRiver site


 


Date: Thursday, October 26
Time: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM Eastern Time 

 

Description

Half-day seminar. This is a group-live training at the Cincinnati Training Center.

Objective

  • Provide an overview of the main purpose of the Financial and Non-Financial Report Writers
  • Provide a general understanding of Report Keys
  • Provide "hands-on" instruction on how to create, modify, and submit Reports

After completing the course, you will understand

  • How URS Report Keys are used to control report layout
  • The Financial Report Writer parameters that affect the report contents
  • The Non-Financial Report Writer parameters that affect the report contents
  • The differences between the Financial and Non-Financial Report Writers

Intended Audience

  • Employees using URS
  • Managers/Supervisors new to URS

Prerequisite

  • Ceded and/or Assumed Contract Review
  • Ceded and/or Assumed Claims, and/or Ceded and/or Assumed Accounts
  • Ceded and/or Assumed Cash

Estimated CPE Credit

3 credit hours in Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Tuition

$500 at StoneRiver site