The Insurance Law course provides acceptance and exemptions from the Associateship of Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII) programme.
The Insurance Law course provides thorough knowledge and understanding of the laws which form the background to the operation of insurance. Students will be required to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the system within which these laws operate and administered and the ability to apply knowledge and skills to simple situations.
THIS COURSE COVERS FOUR (4) BROAD AREAS NAMELY:
– Nature and Sources of Law
– Legal Personality and Business Structure
– Civil Obligations
– Insurance Contracts
Regional Focus – Pursue your option for insurance job throughout the Caribbean.
Insurance Personnel – Working in insurance and non-insurance capacities.
Career in Insurance – Persons hoping to pursue a career in insurance.
Student Dedication – Starting a new carrier path.
Career Placement – Persons interested in pursuing the Associateship of Chartered Insurance Institute designation.
HIGH SCHOOL LEAVERS:
Applicants must have passes in at least four (4) subjects at the GCE Ordinary Level or CXC General Proficiency in English Language, Mathematics (or a Mathematical subject) and any other three (3) subjects.
CHANGE OF CAREER & JOB EXPERIENCE:
Twenty-five (25) yeas of age have passes in GCE/CXC/CSEC Mathematics and English Language or a Mathematical subject.