TRS Designation2022-12-14T10:27:08-05:00

TRS DESIGNATION

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TRANSPORTATION RISK SPECIALIST

The Transportation Risk Specialist (TRS) stands out as the sole mark of professionals who have chosen to immerse themselves in a career of providing incomparable service to the transportation and motor carrier sector.

TRS = The most recognized and respected trucking insurance expertise designation.

Developed in 2013 by Tommy Ruke and a leading group of trucking insurance experts, our TRS designation represents an individual’s professional commitment to both the trucking insurance industry and our Nation’s truckers. TRS gives instant credibility because of the widely recognized combination of expertise, dedication and integrity required to obtain and maintain the designation. Over the years TRS has evolved to almost sells itself: underwriters recognize submission credibility while producers respect the knowledge of the underwriter. In addition, the trucker gains needed confidence because the TRS designee actually cares enough to learn what’s most important to the motor carrier industry consumer.

TRS DESIGNATION EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

In order to become a Transportation Risk Specialist, you must complete all of the following educational requirements, fill the TRS designation application and email it to mcief@mcief.org.

1. You must be an active MCIEF Member
2. Trucking U or MC Insurance Considerations – and pass the course test
3. Advanced Underwriting
4. Advanced Coverage

To maintain your TRS Designation you must keep current by being an active member and attending one of the following programs every two years:

1. Trucking U or MC Insurance Considerations – and pass the course test
2. Advanced Underwriting
3. Advanced Coverage
4. Annual Conference or Western Conference

TRS Designees

EXPLORE YOUR MCIEF MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

UPCOMING COURSES & EVENTS

MCIEF CONFERENCES

MCIEF members, Transportation Risk Specialist (TRS) designees, and other insurance and risk management professionals interested in the transportation industry will have the opportunity to attend and participate in the Annual Conference in Orlando, FL (October) and Western Conference in Phoenix, AZ (May). Both conferences are designed for individuals wishing to remain current and thereby well-equipped to confidently provide insurance and related services within the ever-changing environment that motor carriers operate.

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