Insurance professional

Job roles: Insurance professional

The Insurance Professional apprenticeship provides a development pathway that will allow apprentices to specialise in a particular area of the insurance industry, with supporting and appropriate professional qualifications.

As an apprentice insurance professional, you will consolidate your technical, industry and business knowledge and develop the skills needed to apply this knowledge to a range of complex and/or unfamiliar situations.

You could be involved in one of the following areas depending on the type of business you work in and the needs of your employer:

  • Broking
  • Client management
  • Underwriting
  • Claims
  • Operations
  • Loss adjusting
  • Reinsurance
  • Risk management
  • Product and pricing
  • Complaint handling

Diploma-level qualifications from either the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) or the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters (CILA) are required to complete this apprenticeship. Different units can be selected within the qualification frameworks depending on your role.

On completion of your apprenticeship, you can apply for professional registration with either the Chartered Insurance Institute or Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters. This apprenticeship is also a stepping stone on the route to full Advanced Diploma qualification.

The full apprenticeship standard is available at www.gov.uk/government/publications/apprenticeship...

Qualification: Level 4 (Higher)

Salary: Not available

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