- Owen Morse
Hello! It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Insurance Institute of Mid Kent.
I am honoured to be elected this year as the Mid Kent Institute President, I will try my hardest to follow in the successful footsteps of our past President Racheal Noble. Our main aim of the Insurance Institute of Mid Kent this year will be to continue to provide a wide range of online CPD and Social events during the difficult situation that we are in currently whilst also relaunching our social media channels to reach out and engage with as many of our members as possible.
When it is safe and possible to do so one of my other key aims this year will be to facilitate more events in the East Kent area following the incorporation of the East Kent institute into the Mid Kent Institute allowing us to cater for wide range of our of members.
Our council team at Mid Kent are really engaged and committed to providing a great service to our members with representation from all parts of our region, ranging from local senior business leaders and those just starting their careers which allows us to ensure that our events are engaging to the widest possible audience. I am proud of the continuing commitment of our council during these unprecedented times and the all the hard work they continue to do. Now has never been a better time to become involved in your local institute and help to shape its future, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information or would be interested in joining the council.
Please feel free to browse the Events page for our forthcoming events for your diary, we continue to provide a variety of different events including technical CPD as well as Soft Skills and Social events. We always welcome feedback on our events and CPD so please get in touch if you have any suggestions for topics you would like to see featured in our schedule.
Finally I hope that you all stay safe during these unprecedented times and I wish you all the best for the upcoming year.
President, Insurance Institute of Mid Kent