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Senior Insurance Professional

This apprenticeship will develop the skills you need to work at a senior level in the insurance industry.
36 - 40 months

The apprenticeship covers a wide range of roles including operational and client management. All roles will require very strong technical competence with the ability to deal with a variety of scenarios.

Job roles include:

  • Broking
  • Client Management
  • Underwriting; Claims: Operations
  • Loss Adjusting; Reinsurance
  • Risk Management
  • Insurance Product and Pricing
  • Complaint Handling

When does the course start?

You can start this apprenticeship at any time, please contact us for further information.

What does the course cover?

The course supports the development of knowledge, skills, and behaviours that cover core competencies in areas spanning the regulatory framework both for the business and industry as well as the impact on customers.

There are key focus’ on developing commercial awareness, proactively engaging with networks including senior managers and stakeholders internal and external to the business. In addition, it seeks to develop business analysis and strategic skills that support the services delivered, whilst continually developing and adapting in an evolving, innovative, and exciting industry.

When will I attend?

This is a work-based apprenticeship. You will benefit from 1-2-1 support on a regular basis in order to achieve competence as set against the knowledge, skills and behaviours set down in the apprenticeship standard.

What will I achieve?

On successful completion, you will achieve a Senior Insurance Professional standard which demonstrates the ability to apply the knowledge gained from the professional qualifications in day-to-day operations as well as prove competency within your specialist area.

The professional qualification will be either the Advanced Diploma in Insurance from the Chartered Insurance Institute or the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters.

Once you have completed your apprenticeship, professional registration can be achieved by application to the relevant Professional Body with recognised designation of ‘ACII’, (Chartered Insurance Institute), or ‘Advanced Dip CILA’ (Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters).

What are the entry requirements?

Ideally, you will have a relevant Level 3 qualification and a minimum of 5 GCSE's grade 4/C or above including maths and English.

How much does the course cost?

There is no fee for the learner. For information on costs to the employer, please contact us.