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Employee Benefits Producer Training Program

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The Employee Benefits Producer Training Program is an intensive ten-day course for those who want to succeed as employee benefits sales professionals. Blending the International Foundation’s respected employee benefits curriculum with The National Alliance’s acclaimed Dynamics of Selling results in an unprecedented opportunity to learn the best in selling techniques and about the complexities of health care, retirement and ancillary benefit programs. Taught by seasoned practitioners, you will learn a proven sales process, successful selling skills and the technical side of employee benefits.

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Ten Days of Training

Throughout the program, you will build your personal Gamebook™ to help you focus on and have the necessary resources for successful sales efforts. The Gamebook™ will bring together all of the information you need on your markets, prospects and administrative processes to stay organized and on track to manage your business. You will build your Gamebook™ and learn how to use it so you can hit the ground running when you return to the office.

Sales Training

  • Learn how to develop the traits of a "super producer."
  • Role-play to get immediate feedback on new skills.
  • Understand how to handle objections productively.

Employee Benefits Training

  • Health care plan design, administration, compliance, underwriting, rate development and the request-for-proposal (RFP) process
  • Health care reform: Update and implications
  • Retirement plans
  • Ancillary benefits
  • Consumer-driven health plans, value-based benefit design
  • Financing mechanisms—fully insured to self-funding/ASO

Who should attend

  • New producers
  • Established producers who need to hone their skills within the employee benefits market
  • Employee benefits sales professionals, including brokers and consultants


Whether she is preparing to teach a course about Choice Based Benefits or reading a new book at home about the pre-Civil War era, Rae Anne Beaudry is constantly learning. “I have been in the employee benefits arena as an agent, intermediary or consultant for more than 20 years, and I learn someth...
Mr. Dunlop is an integrated marketing , communications, sales and administrative officer with a strong focus on product and business development and implementation. His main concentration is in financial services, annuities and health and welfare programs with additional success in integrating di...
Mr. Rogers serves in a consultant capacity as national development director of life and health for The National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research. He began his insurance career as a college trainee with MetLife. Mr. Rogers served in numerous sales and sales management positions until ...
Ms. Sperling is the President/CEO of Vanguard Resource, Inc. “Bringing Clarity to Employee Benefits” is her tag line and mission. She does this through teaching, coaching, consulting and selling employee benefits products and services. Ms. Sperling has over 33 years of employee benefit consultat...


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