“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
— Benjamin Franklin
The FSSEdNet Curriculum is divided into eight Modules, which comprises of Courses and sessions. Some are focused on general information about the industry, while others are built around different products, programs and services and the various ways they are used. Employees will gain insights into the needs, wants, and desires of today’s consumer, as well as particular market segments.
Here is a basic overview of the Modules contained in FSSEdNet. All of these Modules make up the FSSEdNet curriculum, however, organizations can pick and choose which employees will have access to which Module and any Module can be removed.
General Employee Education
This module provides some general overview courses and sessions which can help enhance employees’ professional, and personal lives. These general topics are designed to be beneficial to everyone since at one point or another they will need to understand this course. In addition, we offer our Financial Literacy sessions here, covering basic financial overviews and concepts which affect's everyone's personal lives, regardless of age.
Understanding the Clients and Their Needs
This module provides numerous informational-packed sessions focusing on understanding today’s consumers, as well as their individual wants and needs as it relates to owning or purchasing financial products. We will take a look at just some of the many reasons why consumers at different stages of life own or needs different financial products or service, primarily focusing on life insurance. Additionally, this module covers why those experiencing one or another type of life event, may need to consider the need for either life insurance or other insurances. Understanding the consumer and their individual situation are critically important in order to be able to relate to, and/or address any questions or concerns.
“Great Companies and Great Leaders Recognize
Their Employees As Their Greatest Advantage”
Introduction to Insurance Products and Principles
Introduction to Personal and Commercial Lines of Coverage
Understanding Financial Factors and Programs
The Principles of Investing
Understanding Estate Tax and Retirement Planning
Fundamentals of Business Insurance