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Who We Are

The WCCP was established in 1989 for the primary purpose of raising the level of the professionalism in the Workers' Compensation Claims Community through education and communication. Our Board of Directors represents a broad spectrum of insurance companies, self-insurers, and self-insurance funds with over 140 combined years of claims handling experience. Whenever you see a course presentation that is sponsored by WCCP, you can be assured that the course has received prior approval by the Florida Department of Financial Services and the Florida Board of Nursing and that all of our instructors are highly experienced and certified.

Our Education Committee is committed to excellence and ready to respond to whatever area of workers' compensation you would like presented.

WCCP exists to create and maintain new avenues of education within a growing network of professionals. Established by your peers, the Association strives, through its activities, to bring a more professional atmosphere and promote cooperation throughout the workers’ compensation system.

AntiTrust Statement
WCCP, it's directors, officers, membership and/or any other relationships within this organization are to be conducted in a manner which will not violate any antitrust laws, court decisions, or other procedures relating to competition.

There will be no discussion of prices for products or services rendered by the employers of members and/or directors of WCCP. Pricing decisions of products or services rendered wholly by WCCP are appropriate. There will be no discussions which could lead to "blacklisting", "boycotting", or "seal of approval" programs.

This AntiTrust Statement applies to formal meetings and informal gatherings

Mission Statement
The Association of Workers' Compensation Claims Professionals (WCCP) is a nonprofit organization. It's primary purpose is to raise the professionalism in the Workers' Compensation claims community through education and communication by:

  • Providing a means for Workers' Compensation professionals to acquire continuing education units for licensure;
  • Providing a means of keeping the membership informed of developments of interest in the Workers' Compensation field.
  • Enhancing the integrity, efficiency and ethical conduct of the Workers' Compensation claim community, and to work with other interests to improve the Workers' Compensation system.