Our variety of workshops are delivered for the insurance industry and cover all units within the CII Certificate, Diploma and ACII professional qualifications. We provide workshops across the UK and virtually, and our commitment to professional development is backed by an understanding of what it takes to deliver first class training.
Our flexible and consultative approach also means that we can create bespoke workshops such as ‘Introduction to Insurance’ and deliver these workshops to accommodate our client needs, through a one-to-one or group basis via video, webinars or telephone as well as open sessions for multiple learners, or organisational exclusive closed sessions.
Revision workshops are available to the public in both virtual and face-to- face formats. Get in touch for more information on forthcoming dates and prices.
LM1 – This unit provides an essential grounding in the workings of the London insurance market and is ideal for anyone starting their career in this area. It can serve as a standalone learning programme for anyone in a support function such as HR or finance, or it can be the first stage of a more in-depth learning pathway for those employed in a more technical role.
LM2 – This unit builds on the learning provided by the essentials unit, covering additional subject areas and developing a broader understanding of insurance process and practice across the London market. With additional detail on technical topics such as reinsurance, intermediation and claims and underwriting, this unit is well suited to anyone in a technical role such as broking, underwriting or claims.
LM3 – Building on previous knowledge and understanding gained from completion of units LM1 and
LM2, unit LM3 also considers the implications of policy wording in practice, and the importance of business planning and capital setting in the London Market.
This unit provides you with knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of insurance, including the main legal principles related to insurance contracts and insurance business and the key elements to protect consumers. We look at the concept of risk, the different types of risk and how insurance acts as a risk transfer mechanism.
The objective of this unit is to develop introductory knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of insurance broking practice.
Insurance Law provides candidates with an insight into the laws which underpin the operations of insurance. It is about enabling candidates to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the laws which form the background to the operation of insurance, the system within which these laws operate and are administered and apply knowledge and skills to practical situations.
The objective of this unit is to develop knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of Insurance business and finance practice.