THE CII - CHARTERED INSURANCE INSTITUTE AT LONDON, UK


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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

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  • 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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