Successful Turnout at PLUS 2020 Cyber University
Last week, over 100 PLUS members attended PLUS’s virtual Cyber University. While this event has been held in-person in previous years, this year’s Cyber University was part of PLUS’s 2020 plan to provide virtual education to broader audience. Attendance for Cyber U doubled this year, and the staff at PLUS is proud to provide quality education in virtual space, especially in light of current circumstances.
This is the third year of PLUS Cyber University and registrants attended six live sessions over three days. “The program content is incredibly strong, so the focus was on how to take an in-person event and continue to make it meaningful as a virtual one,” said Megan Moore, Director of Education and Professional Development at PLUS. Topics included: legal foundations, evolution of cyber coverage, interplay among lines, underwriting, breach responses, 1st and 3rd party claims, risk management, and breach scenarios. Moore added, “As we transfer this program to virtual, we made sure to include opportunities for attendees to reflect on what they’ve learned and apply it to their own experience as well as connect with each other outside of the session.”
Continuing to Provide Remote Education
PLUS is continuing to expand its virtual education offerings for all members. In May alone there are three top-notch webinars on a variety of professional liability topics, from the Sciabacucchi court case decision, to resolving D&O disputes virtually, to social distancing and telehealth. Additionally, on-demand presentations from the virtual Healthcare and Medical Professional Liability Symposium are available to view, as well as Online eLearning modules for the RPLU program available to purchase. You can work through module content at your own pace, and even complete the exam entirely online!
“Over the last few years, we have been ramping up our ability to provide online and virtual education,” said Robbie Thompson, CEO of PLUS. “While PLUS will always offer outstanding in-person networking and education events, we knew that focusing on other ways members can also get professional development was critical to PLUS continuing to serve the professional liability industry.” From webinars, to the RPLU online eLearning modules, to webinar, to in-person events moved to virtual like Cyber University, PLUS is working to make education accessible no matter the circumstances.
PLUS Membership for the Win
Membership is an important aspect of PLUS, and PLUS staff has been working tirelessly (and remotely!) to provide new ways to engage members virtually. If you are a PLUS member, you can register for any or all of the May webinars for free! If you aren’t a member yet, become one now to register for webinars, gain access to an archive of PLUS virtual education, and more. Check out previous posts on this blog to listen to PLUS’s PL Perspectives on Coronavirus podcast, and stay tuned for even more distance education offerings in the future.