The course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge; skills and attitudes that will enable him/her carry out clerical duties related to insurance functions. A graduate of this course will be able to work either in formal or self-employment. To achieve this, units such as Entrepreneurship, Communication skills, Life Skills and Information Communication Technology have been included in addition to the core units.
a) Passed K enya Certificate of Secondary Education (KSCE) with an average grade of D plus (D+),
b) Certificate of Proficiency in Insurance, or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.
Duration of the course
The duration of the course is one year.
Day 8.30 am – 4.00 pm
Evening 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm
Sat 8.30 am – 4.00 pm
The Craft Certificate in Insurance is packaged in two (II) modules
|Application fees (payable once)||1,000|
|Activity fees (payable once)||1,000|
|Personal Accident (payable annually)||500|
|Student ID (payable once)||250|
|Exam Registration fees (payable annually)||2,000|
|Library fees (payable per semester)||1,500|
|CCI-101||Fundamentals of Insurance Practice||5,000||3,000|
|CCI-103||Long Term Business||5,000||3,000|
|CCI-105||Principles of Selling||5,000||3,000|
|CCI-108||Industrial Attachment- compulsory||2,000|
|TOTAL FEE MODULE I||37,000||18,000|
|CCI-202||Fundamentals of Management||5,000||3,000|
|CCI-204||Business Calculations and Statistics||5,000||3,000|
|CCI-205||Information Communication Technology||5,000||3,000|
|TOTAL FEE MODULE II||26,000||15,000|
All candidates must follow the application steps where they provide their details and select units. An invoice will be sent to the email address of the applicant with payment instructions.