What can you do?
Getting involved includes being an ambassador for your office to promote our event, a member of one of our committees that concentrate on a specific element of our activities or part of the main Council who set the direction of the Institute. You may be looking to give something back to the community, gain another skill or looking to broaden your network; these are a few of the reasons why people get involved. We welcome people from any area of insurance or financial services and you don't need to be a CII member or work in a technical role. We have insurers, brokers, loss adjusters, marketing professionals and solicitors to name a few, from companies of all sizes.
We also have a thriving Young Professionals Team and would encourage anyone who has only recently entered the industry or in the early part of their career to join up and get involved. The YP Team provides a very valuable social network of contacts within the Insurance Institute and to other professional organisations in the City. Check out the YP pages on this site for more details.
We are always keen to talk to anyone who is interested in being part of our local institute; if any of the above sounds good to you, please email email@example.com and we can give you more information and talk about the best fit for you.
The BII Council committees
Finance & Management Committee
This committee works at a tactical level, managing day to day oversight of the institute allowing main council to work at a strategic level. The committee is responsible for the institute office management, financial management of the institute, management of grant applications and overseeing examination invigilating and organisation.
Professional Development & Education Committee
This committee is responsible for the organisation and management of lunchtime lectures and seminars.
This committee deals with the organisation of the Annual Dinner and Social Events.
The committee is responsible for website updates, development and management of the online booking system and communication in the quarterly newsletter
The organisation of charity initiatives and liaison with beneficiaries.
This team comprises young insurance professionals under the age of thirty-five, and is responsible for organising many social and sporting events which provide networking as well as charitable fund-raising opportunities.