Cert CII

Certificate in Insurance CII Qualification

 

The Certificate in Insurance is a core qualification for insurance staff working in various sectors of the industry. It supports role-specific learning which will assist the learner in developing the relevant knowledge, skills and behaviours needed for them to be successful in their career and to support the employer’s business objectives. 

This qualification is the first step towards becoming professionally qualified and, as such, its value is widely recognised by employers throughout the insurance industry. 

Upon completion of this certification, CII members are entitled to use the designation Cert CII.


OUR METHODS OF STUDY


  • FAST-TRACK   (most popular)

This intensive study method has a 98% success rate. In just 12 days you will learn three modules (including the mandatory IF1 module) and take the exams.

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  • STAGGERED FAST-TRACK

This method of study is ideal if you want to study at your own pace to fit around your work commitments.

 

  • VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

This course combines supported self-study along with weekly live interactive 2 hours workshops delivered online by our expert trainers.

 

  • REVISION DAY

This is for those who need some help with practising for the final exam. Revision day lasts only 2 days where we combine 1 day for mock exam and 1 day for the actual exam.


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In-house Training

CERT CII MODULES

  • IF1 – INSURANCE FUNDAMENTAL (compulsory unit)

This compulsory module gives the learner an overview of insurance from risk through to regulation. This is the building block of the Certificate in Insurance (Cert CII) that all other modules build on. The exam is 100 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF2 – GENERAL INSURANCE BUSINESS

This module covers basic insurance products and practice including underwriting and policy wording. This is ideal for anyone working within general insurance, selling or administering multiple classes of insurance. The exam is 100 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF3 – INSURANCE UNDERWRITING

This module covers the role of underwriting including identification, assessment and acceptance of risk. This is ideal for anyone aspiring to work in an underwriting team. The exam is 75 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF4 – CLAIMS HANDLING PROCESSES

This module covers the claims handling process including notification, assessment and settlement. This is perfect for anyone working in a claims environment. The exam is 75 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF5 – MOTOR INSURANCE PRODUCTS

This module covers the practices and procedures connected with private motor, motorcycle and commercial motor insurance. This is ideal for anyone who deals with motor insurance. The exam is 75 questions consisting of 50 multiple choice questions and 5 case studies of 5 questions each with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF6 – HOME INSURANCE PRODUCTS

This module covers the practices and procedures connected with Home insurance. This is ideal for anyone who deals with home insurance. The exam is 75 questions consisting of 50 multiple choice questions and 5 case studies of 5 questions each with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF7 – HEALTH INSURANCE PRODUCTS

This module covers the fundamental principles and practices relating to healthcare insurance. This is ideal for anyone who deals with health insurance. The exam is 100 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF8 – PACKAGED COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS

This module covers the design and development of packaged commercial policies including the design and operation of such insurance. This is ideal for anyone who works within commercial insurance. The exam is 75 multiple choice questions with 2 hours to complete - 15 credits.

  • IF9 – CUSTOMER SERVICE IN INSURANCE

This module gives knowledge and understanding of customer service in an insurance context. This is ideal for anyone working in a customer facing & people management role. The exam is 50 multiple choice questions based around 10 case studies with 90 minutes to complete - 15 credits.

  • I10 - INSURANCE BROKING FUNDAMENTALS

This module provides knowledge and understanding of the roles and responsibilities of insurance broking organisations. The exam consists of 65 multiple choice questions and 2 case studies with 5 multiple choice questions on each – 15 credits.