Marine, Cargo, Hull & Yacht Insur­ance, Marine Law, and Marine Lia­bil­ity Training

the CII

The Char­tered Insur­ance Insti­tute (the CII) is the pre­mier pro­fes­sional body for the insur­ance and global finan­cial ser­vices indus­try located in Lon­don, UK. The CII pro­motes higher stan­dards of integrity, tech­ni­cal com­pe­tence and busi­ness capa­bil­ity. With over 95,000 mem­bers in more than 150 coun­tries, the CII is the world’s largest pro­fes­sional orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to insur­ance and finan­cial services.

The mem­ber­ship cov­ers all dis­ci­plines within the insur­ance indus­try (claims, broking, under­writ­ing and sales), those work­ing in the life and pen­sions sec­tor and the mort­gage advice mar­ket as well as inde­pen­dent finan­cial advis­ers (under the sub-​brand the Per­sonal Finance Society).

As one of the largest exam­i­na­tion award­ing bod­ies in the UK, CII has deliv­ered edu­ca­tion to over one mil­lion stu­dents in 150 coun­tries over the last ten years. The CII is accred­ited by UK exam­i­na­tions reg­u­la­tor, Ofqual, and the qual­i­fi­ca­tions are also rec­og­nized within the Eng­lish national qual­i­fi­ca­tion frame­works. Suc­cess in CII qual­i­fi­ca­tions is uni­ver­sally rec­og­nized as evi­dence of knowl­edge and under­stand­ing. Mem­ber­ship of the CII sig­nals a desire to develop broad pro­fes­sional capa­bil­ity and to sub­scribe to the stan­dards asso­ci­ated with pro­fes­sional status.

Training Programs

Intro­duc­tory Courses

  • Cargo Insur­ance (Half day course): This course is designed to intro­duce del­e­gates who are new to the basics of cargo and asso­ci­ated classes of busi­ness. This course is for any­one who is new to cargo insur­ance. No expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary although some gen­eral knowl­edge of marine insur­ance would be helpful.
  • Hull and Yacht Insur­ance (Half day course): This course is designed to intro­duce del­e­gates who are new to the basics of marine hull and yacht insur­ance. This course is for any­one who is new to hull insur­ance. No expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary although some gen­eral knowl­edge of marine insur­ance would be helpful.
  • Marine Insur­ance (Half day course): This course is designed to pro­vide del­e­gates who are new to the basics of marine insur­ance, but would be suit­able for those famil­iar with non-​marine insur­ance who wish to find out more about marine. This course is for any­one who is new to marine insur­ance. No expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary although some gen­eral knowl­edge of insur­ance would be helpful.
  • Marine law (Half day course): This course is designed to intro­duce del­e­gates with lit­tle or no legal knowl­edge to the basics of inter­na­tional and national mar­itime law. This course is for those start­ing out as marine claims adjusters or bro­kers, or per­son­nel on the plac­ing or under­writ­ing side at any level who want an overview of the under­ly­ing legal frame­work to the busi­ness. No expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary although some expo­sure to marine insur­ance would be helpful.
  • Marine Lia­bil­ity (Half day course): This course is designed to intro­duce del­e­gates who are new to the con­cept of marine lia­bil­ity risks and asso­ci­ated insur­ances. No expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary although some gen­eral knowl­edge of marine insur­ance would be help­ful. This course is for any­one who is new to marine insurance.

Inter­me­di­ate Courses

  • Marine Cargo (Five day course): This course explains the main meth­ods of cargo ship­ment and the doc­u­ments used in inter­na­tional trade. It also exam­ines the main areas of loss pre­ven­tion and key con­sid­er­a­tions of cargo under­writ­ing. Del­e­gates par­tic­i­pate actively in the course with the oppor­tu­nity for dis­cus­sions with key marine mar­ket speak­ers. This course is for staff of bro­kers, insur­ance com­pa­nies, Lloyd’s syn­di­cates and ship­ping companies.
  • Marine Hull Insur­ance (Five day course): The major aspects of marine hull insur­ance are cov­ered includ­ing ship owner’s lia­bil­i­ties, exclu­sions and lim­i­ta­tions; an in-​depth con­sid­er­a­tion of the clauses apply­ing to hull insur­ance, a prac­ti­cal con­sid­er­a­tion of under­writ­ing and broking prob­lems and hull claims. This is for the staff of bro­kers, com­pa­nies, Lloyd’s syn­di­cates and ship­ping com­pa­nies. Del­e­gates are expected to have a work­ing knowl­edge of the basic fun­da­men­tals of marine insur­ance or to have attended the marine insur­ance (intro­duc­tory) course.

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