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  • DLA/DLDU/DLDC | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents CPD DLA DLDU DLDC If you hold the Diploma in Life Administration DLA the Diploma in Life Disability Underwriting DLDU or the Diploma in Life Disability Claims DLDC qualifications you are required under the MCC to take part in a formal CPD scheme Qualified and Grandfathered Persons with DLA DLDU or DLDC designations are required to complete 15 formal hours of CPD including 1 hour of CPD for each function you undertake 1 hour of CPD related to ethics ACII FCII Life Administration designation holders are required to complete 35 hours of CPD at least 21 of which must be structured formal If you are CII qualified and also work in a regulated role as defined by the MCC you must also comply

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  • Disciplinary Procedures | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    and Forms FAQs CPD Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents CPD Disciplinary Procedures The Professional Standards Committee PSC is a committee of the Board of The Insurance Institute of Ireland III established pursuant to Article 58 of the Articles of Association of the III Among other functions the PSC is responsible for disciplinary matters arising from CPD compliance failures by III members A member will be subject to the disciplinary procedures of the PSC in the following circumstances Failure to comply with CPD requirements by 31 December in any given year subject to the five year shortfall rule Failure to make an annual return in

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  • Recording | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents CPD Recording Members are responsible for recording their CPD hours via the iiiCPD Compliance tool As records can be subject to an annual audit it is essential to upload evidence of your completed CPD hours The iiiCPD Compliance tool allows you to record details of completed CPD track your progress towards achieving your annual CPD requirement record proof of CPD attended completed for both III and non III activities As a member of the III you can access the iiiCPD Compliance tool by logging into the III Member Area and clicking the iiiCPD logo Attendance at an III event or completion of e learning through iiiConnect

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  • Accreditation | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents CPD Accreditation The III accredits events and activities for CPD hours in respect of the APA Personal Commercial Private Medical Insurance Life Assurance or Pensions CIP MDI CID Dip L A CDip LA Dip PMI DLA DLDU DLDC and QFA designations The III accredits material for the following MCC product categories Life Assurance Pensions Personal General Insurance Commercial General Insurance Private Medical and Associated Insurances It is important that CPD material submitted to the III for accreditation specifically relates to the Minimum Competencies for Retail Financial Products as detailed in the MCC and or the syllabus content of the relevant qualification Content should be technical in nature and may include policy coverage terms conditions and warranties Topics on claims compliance legislation risk management and regulation may also be approved for CPD Application for accreditation Having reviewed a prospective application against the criteria listed below companies or individuals can submit course material to the III for accreditation here To ensure efficient processing of accreditation requests each application should ideally be assigned to a particular individual or department within the applicant organisation A step by step guide on how to secure accreditation and details of the relevant terms and conditions can be found here Checklist for CPD accreditation applications In order for CPD content to qualify for accreditation it must Fall within the Central Bank of Ireland s knowledge points detailed in the MCC Specifically relate to the APA Personal Commercial Private Medical Insurance Life Assurance or Pensions CIP MDI CID Dip L A CDip LA Dip PMI DLA DLDU DLDC and QFA syllabi Directly relate to the provision of advice to consumers in the respective categories of life and non life insurance policies reflecting the latest industry trends Be relevant to current Irish law and regulatory practices Be sufficiently detailed to allow the III to review the submission effectively For example a copy of the PowerPoint presentation and bank of questions if an e learning module must accompany the accreditation request Be delivered by qualified presenters or industry experts who are CPD compliant and experienced in their subject Be scheduled to take place in an appropriate location i e conference in house facility Contain sufficient content to warrant the duration requested Be submitted for accreditation prior to the delivery of the course The following restrictions

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  • The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    Institute Councils of Cork Dublin Galway Limerick and Sligo Its work is supported by the Local Institute Forum which convenes bi monthly and is hosted on a rotational basis The forum provides a vital mechanism through which the Board of Directors is kept fully briefed on the matters that are most important to members which in turn informs policy development Click here to view the current National and Local Councils What is the III s data protection policy The Insurance Institute of Ireland III respects the right to privacy of members practitioners students and visitors Its activities are compliant with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 This statement sets out the ways in which personal and sensitive personal data are collected accessed used and disclosed To provide the Continuing Professional Development CPD Scheme and examinations in fulfilment of its role under the Minimum Competency Code 2011 MCC the III collects and uses information to facilitate the recording of CPD and examination records for our members to facilitate and supervise the accreditation process for CPD to facilitate the administration and maintenance of III awarded designations to monitor and supervise CPD and examination records to perform accounting and other record keeping functions particularly in relation to membership and fees to enhance or improve your experience on our website to keep your information secure to provide you with online services The information held in the III database is disclosed in the following ways The names of all graduates and grandfathered individuals availing of the iiiCPD Compliance scheme are published on our III Register of Compliant Persons We disclose to regulated firms the details of qualifications obtained and CPD hours completed by their employees together with such other information as may be necessary to enable the regulated firm to maintain a Register of Accredited Persons as required by the MCC In accordance with reasonable interest entitlements we disclose to regulated firms the details of use of online examination supports registration and attendance at lectures and examination results for their employees together with such other information as may be necessary to enable the regulated firm to meet MCC requirements If requested by the Central Bank of Ireland we disclose such information as it may require in order to discharge its functions under the MCC If your employer funds your III membership and or examination fees it is automatically entitled to request details of your use of online exam supports registration and attendance at tuition lectures examination results and CPD record and we reserve the right to disclose this information We do not disclose to employers or to any third parties any information regarding any physical or mental health issues that are notified to us Members students and employees are entitled to ask for a copy of all personal data held by the III and to have it rectified or erased if it is inaccurate You may do so by sending a written request to The Company Secretary at the details below This does not apply to inaccuracies in such personal data provided by you which can be accessed and amended by you in the secure Member Area Contact The Company Secretary The Insurance Institute of Ireland Insurance Centre 5 Harbourmaster Place IFSC Dublin 1 What is the III s social media policy To complement the III s regular communication channels the organisation is present on two social media platforms Facebook and LinkedIn This policy contains the rules and guidelines which III members staff and council members should familarise themselves with and adhere to when interacting with the III and its Local Institutes Cork Dublin Galway Limerick Sligo on social media platforms Moderation Policy The III welcomes questions and commentary including constructive feedback however for the comfort of all participants it is expected that community members will behave in a reasonable way at all times Personal abuse offensive and unlawful activity will not be tolerated The III reserves the right to remove posts and block any followers that do not adhere to these guidelines Removal or blocking will also occur as a result of the following Offensive threatening abusive or obscene language profanities and derogatory words or content images video links and so on Advising or suggesting activities that may be harmful or dangerous Comments or posts deemed to be completely off topic and not of any relevance or connection to the theme of the page Potentially libelous accusations or statements Any spam or content for unrelated service or products Anything of an illegal or unlawful nature Any content copy or imagery that violates copyright or license agreements Any content that is disrespectful offensive towards other community members or III staff Correspondence will not be entered into Privacy and Security Policies To protect the privacy of III online community members and the privacy of others no personal information should be posted to any of the III social media pages Users should also remember that they are subject to the terms and conditions of Facebook and LinkedIn Profiles If you would like to connect with us you can find us as follows Facebook The Insurance Institute of Ireland The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway LinkedIn The Insurance Institute of Ireland Company Page The Insurance Institute of Ireland Group membership by request only Hours of Service III related social media profiles are monitored regularly during office hours Monday Thursday 9 00 5 30 and Friday 9 00 5 00 The III aims to respond promptly to any queries during the above hours For very urgent matters please contact the III marketing team at 01 645 6600 or marketing iii ie Queries Please direct any queries regarding these guidelines to the III marketing team at 01 645 6600 or marketing iii ie How do I become an III member and how much does it cost Becoming a member of the III allows you to be part of a national network of insurance practitioners committed to the highest standards of professionalism There are four categories of III membership which apply at different stages of your career How to apply Online Email our Member Services Team on memberservices iii ie If you wish to become a student member for the purposes of undertaking exams click on Sign Up in the top right corner of this screen By post Click here to download the membership application form Complete it and return with the relevant fee to Member Services The Insurance Institute of Ireland Insurance Centre 5 Harbourmaster Place IFSC Dublin 1 D01 E7E8 Membership Fees Membership fees are aligned to the calendar year New members who enrol after the first quarter of the year will pay an adjusted fee Click here to view a table of fees Please note that all Insurance Institute fees are non transferable and non refundable What III membership categories are available III membership represents a badge of distinction setting you apart as someone dedicated to professionalism competency and compliance within your field We have a membership category to suit you at every stage of your career each with a range of benefits designed to meet your changing needs Become a member of the III and you ll have access to extensive professional and academic resources at your fingertips Student Membership For New Entrants and Grandfathered Persons undertaking their first III exams Standard Membership For Qualified and Grandfathered Persons Dual Membership For ACII FCII and Chartered holders Retired Membership For those who have retired from employment What are the benefits of III membership When you become an III member you can instantly access extensive resources and membership benefits Some of our great benefits include iiiBonus III members have access to exclusive deals and discounts with some of Ireland s leading brands Industry vacancies CPD Networking and social events Dedicated Member Area By joining a community of insurance professionals you are enhancing your career development and facilitating your engagement with lifelong learning Click here to become a member What qualifications are offered by the III General Insurance The Central Bank of Ireland s Minimum Competency Code 2011 MCC requires that those who work in accredited roles or fulfil a specified function must be compliant with its requirements which include holding recognised qualifications The III s qualifications deliver compliance and competitiveness at entry benchmark and advanced levels Professional Certificate in Insurance APA Professional Certificate in General Insurance for QFA holders APA Professional Diploma in Insurance CIP Management Diploma in Insurance MDI Watch this short animation to learn more about how these qualifications build on each other Learn more about what s involved with each qualification in the III Prospectus 2016 Life Insurance The III in partnership with the LIA the Chartered Insurance Institute CII and the Assurance Medical Underwriting Society AMUS has developed a number of qualifications for those fulfilling administrative underwriting or claims roles in the life assurance industry These programmes serve to give those working in non customer facing positions a defined pathway leading from a solid grounding in the principles of life and pensions administration through to more in depth technical knowledge of areas such as underwriting and claims Diploma in Life Disability Underwriting DLDU Diploma in Life Disability Claims DLDC Multiple APA s Professional Diploma in Financial Advice QFA Learn more about these qualifications here How do I register for a qualification Once you choose your preferred qualification and become a member of the III you will need to register for the relevant modules This is a simple process involving the following steps Log into the Member Area via www iii ie Click Apply Renew here Register for relevant modules All exam registrations are moderated by our Member Services team A confirmation email of registration is sent once all details are in order Textbook s are then sent out Access to additional study supports via iiiConnect is provided Please register for exams online via the Member Area A surcharge of 25 applies per hard copy application If you have any queries please call Member Services on 01 645 6670 or email memberservices iii ie What is the difference between a qualification and a designation Qualification A qualification is an academic award conferred by an educational body e g the Professional Diploma in Insurance Holders of an academic qualification have successfully completed a particular course of study This does not automatically mean that they are competent to practice a trade or profession Designation The term designation refers to the letters a graduate is entitled to use after their name following successful completion of a qualification i e Jane Smith CIP It indicates to customers colleagues etc that the holder is a compliant insurance professional who has maintained the currency of their knowledge A person s designation can be removed if they fail to comply with certain conditions such as maintaining membership of the III and complying with the III CPD Rules The Central Bank of Ireland s Minimum Competency Code 2011 MCC details the regulatory requirements for CPD which must be met in order for professionals to be deemed compliant Compliance with these requirements is also necessary in order to maintain any designation awarded by the III The III awards the following designations Accredited Product Adviser APA Personal General Insurance APA Commercial General Insurance APA Private Medical Insurance Certified Insurance Practitioner CIP Certified Diploma in Loss Adjusting CDip L A Management Diploma in Insurance MDI Diploma in Life Assurance DLA Diploma in Life Disability Underwriting DLDU Diploma in Life Disability Claims DLDC I completed some insurance exams years ago do these count towards a qualification They quite possibly do You may be granted exemptions and through established transitional arrangements be able to progress towards achieving the current version of the qualification you began some time ago For a guideline on how to complete the Professional Certificate in Insurance or Accredited Product Adviser designation using old III modules click here You can see a similar table for the Professional Diploma in Insurance and Certified Insurance Practitioner designation here If you have any questions please contact our Member Services team on 01 645 6670 or memberservices iii ie What is an exemption If you successfully completed insurance or business exams in the past you may be entitled to exemptions If you are awarded an exemption for a particular module you will not have to sit the relevant exam to secure the qualification e g if you successfully completed GEN1A or PMI1A in the past you may be exempt from having to complete PDI 01 this time around Learn more about exemptions and how to apply here If you think you may be entitled to exemptions please call our Member Services team on 01 645 6670 or memberservices iii ie for more information before you register for any III exams How do I apply for an exemption Once you register for a module or take an exam exemptions cannot be granted Therefore you must apply for exemptions before starting your new qualification For a detailed breakdown of what s required please view the relevant exemptions policy document listed here Complete the III Exemptions Form and return it to Member Services The Insurance Institute of Ireland Insurance Centre 5 Harbourmaster Place IFSC Dublin 1 with your original academic transcript Original transcripts are returned in due course along with notification of any exemptions that have been granted Once your application has been assessed a confirmation letter will be issued outlining your exemption entitlements the fees due to secure these exemptions and the timeframe within which the exemptions must be registered and paid for If you have been awarded an exemption return all forms fees and documentation to Member Services in order to complete the process and accept the exemption Does the III offer any study supports for members As part of your exam fee we offer a range of study supports both online and face to face to help you plan your time get the material covered and feel confident on exam day Textbooks Your module bible All of the questions asked in your exam will be based on the content in this book Click here to see a sample Learning plans These provide revision schedules broken down week by week to help you manage your time They also feature a breakdown of key words and how they re used to frame exam questions as well as suggested exam timings and top tips arising from common mistakes A comprehensive list of tips to help you prepare for exam day as well as a checklist for what you ll need on the day are also included in your learning plan Click here to see a sample Online supports The III s online learning management system is called iiiConnect and offers access to the following supports Click on any of the highlighted supports to see samples syllabus found in learning plan study planner webinars student and tutor blogs mock exams past papers glossaries e books Face to face exam revision sessions Held in advance of each exam these nationwide sessions are designed and delivered by experienced lecturers and industry practitioners who share their expertise They highlight common problem areas exam techniques advice on exam preparation case studies feedback from previous exam sessions MCQ Exam feedback In an effort to assist students a feedback report is available with results to highlight where marks were gained and lost Feedback reports are uploaded to student s iiiConnect accounts on the day the results are released Click here to see a sample Learn more about all of these supports and how to access them here Do I have the correct and most recent textbook Textbooks are updated regularly both in terms of content and design Please make sure you are working from the most up to date version Updated versions are available free of charge for students repeating exams Upon successful registration textbooks are delivered by courier within ten working days to the address supplied during the online application process A signature is required on delivery The period of validity of each textbook is printed on the inside cover of the textbook itself so you can check whether you have the most up to date version If you don t receive your textbook s please contact Member Services on 01 645 6670 or memberservices iii ie How do I book my place at face to face lectures Log into the Member Area of www iii ie and click on the iiiConnect icon Under My Examinations select the module you wish to attend revision for Then click on Lecture booking and register for our preferred location If you have any queries regarding face to face revision sessions please contact Member Services on 01 645 6670 or memberservices iii ie When are the exams Exams are held at a number of locations around the country and take place in January May and September for APA and CIP exams and May and November for MDI exams All closing dates and exam schedules and results dates can be found here What s an exam permit Approximately 2 3 weeks prior to III exams Exam Admission Permits are made available to download within the Member Area These permits detail the exam date time and venue A permit is required for each exam registered for Exam Admission Permits will not be posted On exam day you must present Exam Admission Permit photographic identification in the form of III membership card with photo a valid passport or driving licence Anyone unable to present one or both of these items may not be permitted to sit the exam Where are the exam centres and what if I want to change mine You see a list of all centres here You may change your exam centre up to 14 days before the date of the exam No changes can be accommodated after this date Exam centres are offered subject to demand If there is insufficient demand for your chosen centre you will be re allocated to the nearest available one Does the

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  • Useful Documents | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    FAQs CPD Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents CPD Useful Documents You can access a bank of useful brochures policy documents application forms and other reference material in the table below Simply click on the relevant link to download the document you d like to view Downloads Adult Dyslexia Checklist CII Changes at a Glance 2014 2018 CII Qualifications 2015 Corporate Approved Payment Scheme CAPS Current Textbook Editions Exam Dates Results Timetable 2016 Exam Regulations for APA CIP Exemption Entitlements University of Limerick Exemption Policy for Accredited Product Adviser and Certified Insurance Practitioner designations as awarded by the III Exemption Policy for Management Diploma in

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  • Executive Education | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Career progression legislative developments and changes in specialism can mean that senior executives often require additional training in particular areas relevant to their new responsibilities In general this training is called executive education In developing executive education programmes we are cognisant of delivering highly relevant and rich content a limited amount of face to face lectures and workshops online resources including a bank of presentations case studies notes etc efficient and effective programmes that maximise value for participants Certified Insurance Director In recent years we have worked hard to develop our executive education offerings and in 2013 the inaugural Certified Insurance Director programme began Developed in response to the increased public scrutiny and regulatory

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  • Certified Insurance Director | The Insurance Institute of Ireland
    2015 Useful Documents and Forms FAQs CPD Delivery Face To Face Online Thinkpiece Compliance Rules CPD Audits Planning ACII FCII DLA DLDU DLDC Disciplinary Procedures Recording Accreditation FAQs Useful Documents EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni TRAINING Bespoke Training E Learning Packages NETWORKING Social The Insurance Institute of Cork The Insurance Institute of Dublin The Insurance Institute of Galway The Insurance Institute of Limerick The Insurance Institute of Sligo Conferrals CPD Calendar LOCAL INSTITUTES Cork President s Message Council News Galleries ARIS Dublin President s Message Council News Galleries Galway President s Message Council News Galleries Limerick President s Message Council News Galleries Sligo President s Message Council News Galleries CAREERS Careers Opportunities Industry Vacancies Job Opportunities Staff Opportunities Careers Info Start Your Journey School leavers and graduates Parents Career changers ABOUT About Meet the Team Local Institutes The Board National Council Archive Corporate Publications Membership Terms Conditions Code of Ethics Corporate Social Responsibility M A of Association Data Protection Policy Social Media Policy Cookies Policy News Galleries 2015 2014 2013 Older CONTACT Contact Us Complaints Commitment to Members Promises Making a Complaint Executive Education Certified Insurance Director Alumni EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Certified Insurance Director Overview Developed in response to the increased public scrutiny and regulatory demands boards the industry is coming under this bespoke programme is tailored to the needs of company directors non executive directors and senior executives Programme content Corporate governance for insurance Dynamics of the effective boardroom Emerging regulatory landscape Corporate financial policy and the board Strategy risk and the creation of value Benefits Improve personal effectiveness as a board member Gain a comprehensive knowledge of legal and regulatory frameworks and their implications Develop your understanding of the relationship between business strategy risk management and financial policy Benefit from fresh perspectives from an international faculty

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