Chartered Insurance Institute Courses (CII)

Chartered Insurance Institute Courses (CII)


DIPLOMA IN INSURANCE (DIPCII)
DURATION: ONE YEAR


Entry requirement:
C Plain or must be 21 years and above

Classes are offered to students who wish to pursue the foreign qualification offered by the Chartered Insurance Institute (London). To complete the Diploma a student is required to attain 120 credits in total. A minimum of 90 credits should be attained at Diploma level or above. The Diploma can also be a milestone on the route to completion of the Advanced Diploma for which 290 credits are required in total.

Mode of Learning and Assessment
Diploma Units that have mixed assessment involve the completion of one coursework assignment and one multiple choice question exam. The assignment requires completion of a number of scenario-based questions and must be completed within the first six months of enrollment. The multiple choice question exams will be held every year in April and October. All diploma units will be assessed using this method by April 2018. This option includes the provision of a study text and is included with the examinations fees at a cost of £408.

Compulsory Fee

CODE UNIT CREDIT   CODE    
(M92) Insurance business and finance (Diploma in Insurance unit) 25 or (530) Economics and business 30
(M05) Insurance law (Diploma in Insurance unit) 25        

 

Compulsory Units

CODE  (OPTIONAL DIPLOMA UNITS)      CREDIT PER UNIT
(P21/M21)  Commercial insurance contract wording (Last P21 written exam Oct 2017) 20
(P61)  Life, critical illness and disability underwriting  30
(P62)  Life, critical illness and disability claims  30
(P63)  Long term insurance business      25
(P64)  Private medical insurance practice   25
(P66/M66)  Delegated Authority       25
(P67/M67)  Fundamentals of risk management   25
(M80)  Underwriting practice      20
(M81)  Insurance broking practice      20
(M85)  Claims practice       20
(P86/M86)  Personal insurances       20
(P90/M90)  Cargo and goods in transit insurances  25
(P91/M91)  Aviation and space insurance      30
(P93/M93)  Commercial property and business interruption (Last P93 written exam Oct 2017) 25
(P94/M94)  Motor insurance (Last P94 written exam Oct 2017)  25
(P96/M96)  Liability insurances (Last P96 written exam Oct 2017) 25
(P97/M97)  Reinsurance (Last P97 written exam Oct 2017)  30
(P98/M98)  Marine Hull and associated liabilities (Last P97 written exam Oct 2017) 30

 

ACII – ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN INSURANCE:

DURATION: TWO YEARS

Entry requirement for ACII is either: Degree holder, A Level or have completed DIP CII.

To acquire The ACII one is required to attain 290 credits. 150 credits should be attained at the Advanced Diploma Level and 140 at the Diploma Level.

Mode of Learning and Assessment
Advanced Papers (ACII) will be assessed through coursework assessment only. The student will be required to pass three (3) written assignments including any resubmissions, during the 12 month enrolment period. This will include provision of a study text at a cost of £443.

The following units are compulsory for the ACII Qualification:

Compulsory Fees

CODE  UNIT  CREDIT    CODE    
(M92)  Insurance business and finance 25 or  530 Economics and business 30
(M05)  Insurance law  25   Either one of the following units:    
        820 Advanced claims  30
        930 Advanced insurance broking 30
        960 Advanced underwriting 30

 

Optional ACII Units

CODE  UNIT      CREDITS
530 Economics and business    30 Per unit
590 Principles of Takaful     30 Per unit
820 Advanced claims     30 Per unit
930 Advanced insurance broking   30 Per unit
945 Marketing insurance products and services 30 Per unit
960 Advanced underwriting    30 Per unit
990 Insurance corporate management  30 Per unit
991 London Market Insurance Specialization 50 Per Unit
992 Risk management in Insurance    30 Per unit
993 Advances in Strategic Risk management in Insurance  50 Per unit
994 Insurance Market Specialization    50 Per unit

 


 
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