UPCOMING COURSES AND SEMINARS
The Insurance Institute of SVG will be offering the following courses from May 8th - 19th.
LEGAL AND BUSINESS ASPECTS OF INSURANCE (Caribbean Insurance Foundation Certificate)
MOTOR INSURANCE CLAIMS (Caribbean Insurance Motor Certificate)
PROPERTY INSURANCE UNDERWRITING & CLAIMS (Caribbean Insurance Property Certificate)
Please register by using the completing the form below. Course Fee - $1,500; Exam Fee - $150
Individual members will be discounted $100 and company members registering two or more persons will be discounted $75.00 for each participant.
8 - 11 a.m.
11 a.m - 12 noon
12 noon - 2.30 p.m.
3 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
PROPERTY INSURANCE UNDERWRITING AND CLAIMS
MOTOR INSURANCE CLAIMS
LEGAL AND BUSINESS ASPECTS
The Insurance Institute of SVG is affiliated with the Association of Insurance Institutes of the Caribbean (AIIC) in St. Lucia. St. Vincent's training and certification is governed by the AIIC syllabuses.
The AIIC has formulated new and informative courses, and these include:
CCOIP - CARIBBEAN CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE PRACTICE (6 Subjects)
Each of the 6 courses comprises 2 subjects. In order to qualify for the CCOIP designation, candidates must complete the CIFC course plus 4 more subjects (from 2 additional courses), making a total of 6 subjects. These four can be done in whatevercombination the student wishes. The courses are:
The above courses will serve as credits towards the CCOIP upon completion of the CIFC.
The CCOIP designation is recognized from Jamaica in the North to Guyana in the South. Upon successful completion the participant will be granted the designation CCOIP to be used after their name; for example, Janine Browne, CCOIP.
CCIP - CARIBBEAN CERTIFIED INSURANCE PROFESSIONAL (10 Subjects)
To achieve this qualification, the candidate would have to complete the CCOIP
designation then successfully undertake 4 of the following courses:
At least one of the first two subjects must be taken. This course is offered as a part of the Executive Diploma in Insurance Management offered by the University of the West Indies. Upon successful completion, the participant will be granted the right to use the designation CCIP after their name; for example Jonathan Peters, CCIP.
The AIIC continues to pursue its aims and objectives with the assistance of the member institutes and UWI. Hoping to formulate further courses in the interest of improving the education within our region. It is noteworthy that our insurance act indicates that our insurance practitioners must have relevant training
The St. Vincent Institute will also endeavour to promote further education and training by arranging seminars and presentations relevant to the insurance industry.
Information reproduced from the AIIC website - www.iac-caribbean.com