MO5 Remote Revision Course - Insurance Law
This MO5 remote course is limited to 20 members and will be delivered over 2 three hour revision sessions which will cover all the main aspects of the CII diploma subject MO5 insurance law module.
Mon 25 Jan 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
M92 Remote Revision Course - Business and Finance in Insurance
This M92 course is limited to 20 members and will be delivered over 2x three hour revision sessions which will cover all the main aspects of the CII diploma subject M92 business and finance module.
Mon 25 Jan 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Alan Chandler, Insurance Trainer
WEBINAR: BI Test Case - Supreme Court Judgment
This webinar will cover the Supreme Court Judgment on the BI Test Case, with views from Damian Glynn, Sedgwick and Toby Rogers, Clyde & Co.
Tue 09 Feb 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Damian Glynn, Sedgwick International UK
WEBINAR: 7 top tips to be an effective learner
This practical and interactive webinar is perfect for candidates studying towards professional qualifications with either an exam or coursework element. With often limited, or sometimes no tutor support, it is extremely difficult to balance home, work and study.
Mon 22 Feb 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Jeff Heasman, Insurance Trainer
WEBINAR: Change is good - embracing change
This webinar will show you how to be flexible and adapt with changes to the benefit of all concerned, both in the workplace and in life.
Mon 01 Mar 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Michael Quigley, Kataholos
WEBINAR: Mental Wealth - why investing in well-being pays off
Investing in our mental health needs to top the agenda as we navigate the uncertainty and isolation of remote working in the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve been on the same mountain – but not everyone is a Sherpa. Alex will share new perspectives on resilience through his extreme outdoor challenges and personal peaks and troughs of mental ill health.
Thu 20 May 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Alex Staniforth, Adversity Adventurer & Mental Health Campaigner
WEBINAR: The Insurance Implications of Brexit
Despite dominating much of the press coverage for many years, due to the occurrence of Covid-19 around the globe Brexit is now getting far less press coverage, and there is a danger the insurance industry could slip into 2021 without fully considering the impact of Brexit.
Mon 18 Jan 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
IF1 Remote Revision Course - Insurance Legal and Regulatory
This interactive training course, delivered in two sessions, will provide an opportunity for participants to build their insurance knowledge and practice multiple choice questions.
Thu 14 Jan 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Alison Cooper, Act One Training
Lockdown Charity Quiz
Join us during lockdown for an evening of fun and entertainment including 6 rounds of trivia. All proceeds will be going to Hospice in the Weald.
Tue 01 Dec 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
WEBINAR with Branko: FCA test case on Business Interruption Insurance - the judg
This comprehensive and interactive one-hour webinar will focus on the judgment following the FCA’s ground-breaking test case at the High Court. The hearing concluded on 30 July and the judgment was handed down on 15 September. Eight days were spent analysing key policy wordings and individual words and their everyday meanings and this is reflected in the judgment that runs to 162 pages. Is the judgment clear? Well not entirely! Insurers who have over-interpreted their wordings (trying to establish the original intention) look like they are on the hook (pending an appeal) but some who have tighter wordings appear not to be so. The FCA consider some 370,000 insureds have had payments denied and this appears to be a conclusive win for them and the policyholders at the heart of this. This case will be momentous and will set clear precedent as to the clarity of wordings and what needs to happen to ensure future cover is clear and understood by all parties. At the same time it will highlight the exposure for insurance brokers all of whom will have arranged these covers for clients (and some will be classed as co-manufacturers under PROD) and encourage them to robustly reassess their advice process under ICOBS and their overriding professional duty to clients thus ensuring their own professional indemnity costs remain reasonable. Learning objectives - by the end of this webinar delegates will gain insights into: - The Test Case and why brought; - The judgment - what has been decided; - The threat to brokers in terms of the advice process; - ICOBS and how to ensure your sales process is robust. It is relevant to general insurance brokers/intermediaries, their insurers, and any other market participants. Joining instructions will be sent out shortly before the Zoom webinar begins and all participants will receive a copy of the presentation after the talk.
Wed 18 Nov 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Branko Bjelobaba FCII, MIoD,