The CII apprenticeships in General Insurance will allow you to gain a comprehensive understanding of the insurance industry while gaining on-the-job skills and experience.
As the largest deliverer of CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) qualifications in the UK, Babington Group will ensure you are equipped with the skills you need to launch a career in the insurance industry.
The apprenticeship in General Insurance is suited for individuals who are looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of a variety of areas in insurance. They can then use their breadth of knowledge to shape their insurance career, with a thorough understanding of the industry.
What will I be doing?
Some of the tasks and responsibilities in this apprenticeship may include:
- Managing relationships with clients in a financial services environment
- Negotiating and agreeing complex insurance cover on the behalf of clients
- Determining and evaluating clients’ insurance requirements for tailored policies
- Determining and reporting trends in insurance business, and making recommendations for business development
- Carrying out initial assessment and investigating complex insurance claims
The apprenticeship will also cover topics that will improve your leadership skills, including improving team performance, managing a team budget, and leading and managing meetings.
This qualification will take two years to complete, with different areas of insurance being studied in each year. You will also spend time away from the workplace, learning the technical skills and theoretical knowledge that will enable you to thrive in your role.
What qualifications will I get?
During the overall apprenticeship, you will achieve:
- Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Insurance
- CII Diploma in Insurance
During the first year of the CII qualification, you will achieve:
- CII M05 Insurance Law
- CII P86 Personal Insurances
During the second year of the CII qualification, you will achieve:
- CII M92 Insurance Business and Finance
- CII P80 Underwriting Practice
What Can I Do Afterwards?
After completing the Level 4 apprenticeship in General Insurance, you will be qualified to work in a variety of roles across the insurance industry.
Some of these include insurance broker, insurance claims settler, underwriting technician, as well as leadership roles such as team leader and branch manager.
What are the Entry Requirements?
To undertake the level 4 apprenticeship in General Insurance, you should be able to demonstrate at least two years of experience within financial services. The qualification is well suited for insurance practitioners at the start of their career, who are seeking to build on their existing knowledge. It also suits existing staff with aspirations of becoming an insurance manager.
Doing the CII qualification will enable me to further my career and will broaden my job prospects for the future. My tutor is very supportive and makes me feel confident that I will succeed.
Aside from all the administrative skills I picked up, I really feel like this apprenticeship has got me out of my shell. Before, I was very shy. At times, I even had trouble getting out of the house and going to the shop. But this apprenticeship has boosted my confidence massively after speaking to so many people over the phone including customers and insurers. I really feel like I can talk to anybody.
I’ve certainly gained a lot of confidence through the CII qualification, as well as a wealth of background knowledge. I’ve learned more in depth about what the financial industry is all about through the apprenticeship, and have built more avenues and opportunities for myself going forwards.