Programme

Our “face to face” learning gives you a practical knowledge from superior coaches, which will focus on building knowledge, developing professional competence and ongoing learning. CII qualifications are highly recognized within the worldwide insurance industry, giving you a passport to your dream career. Success in CII qualification is universally recognized as evidence of knowledge and technical expertise.

Available Units

This program consists of three compulsory units:

 

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Unit Title CII credits Level Training hours Self-Study hours
(W01) AWARD IN GENERAL INSURANCE 15 3 30 30
(WCE) INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLING 15 3 30 30
(WUE) INSURANCE UNDERWRITING 15 3 30 30

Course Overview

   This unit prepares 'sets the scene' by introducing the concept of risk and how it is managed, as well as the different categories of risk. Also:

  • it explains how insurance acts as a risk transfer mechanism and introduces the main classes of insurance;
  • it examines the insurance market structure, its main participants and the various professional roles. It includes the main legal principles that apply to insurance with chapters on contract and agency, good faith, proximate cause, indemnity, contribution and subrogation;
  • it studies regulation, including the role and functions of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS);
  • it outlines the importance of combating financial crime and the role of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in developing a strategy to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. The unit then considers the issue of fraud and how insurers manage it;
  • Finally, it demonstrates the role and importance of ethics in the insurance industry, including the Chartered Insurance Institute's Code of Ethics.

Assessment:
2-hour exam, 100 multiple choice questions

70% nominal pass mark
Recommended study hours: 60

Course Overview

Insurance is an international industry, with thriving and innovative markets across the globe. Some markets are well established, and others are just emerging. All have their own ways of working that reflect the characteristics and cultures of the region. Claims handling is common to all markets and fundamental to the business of insurance, no matter where in the world it takes place.

Insurance Claims Handling (WCE) unit provides you with knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of the claims handling process, which can be applied in practice.

Designed for insurance practitioners, this unit covers the claims handling process including notification, assessment, and settlement and associated financial factors. It looks at the knowledge and skills you will need to handle claims in a professional, consistent and accurate manner. Claims handling is of such importance, it also considers claims handling within the wider context of the systems, process and functions that surround it.

Assessment:
2-hour exam, 75 multiple choice questions
70% nominal pass mark
Recommended study hours: 60

Course Overview

Insurance Underwriting (WUE) provides you with knowledge and understanding of the role of underwriting including identification, assessment and acceptance of risk, rating and relevant financial factors.

This unit aims to provide you with an understanding of the basic principles of underwriting which you can then apply to the specifics of your region.

Our course of study will encompass underwriting procedures, considerations applicable to the main classes of general insurance business, the structure and content of policy wordings, premium payment, renewal and cancellation, as well as the main aspects of rating. The developments in related products and services are also discussed, and we conclude by introducing the principles involved in managing the underwriting account. 

Assessment:
2-hour exam, 75 multiple choice questions
70% nominal pass mark
Recommended study hours: 60

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