Insurance claims handling led the way with a 100 percent pass rate at April’s Certificate of Insurance examination session, the U.K.’s Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) announced.
“A total of 2592 exam passes for the seven Certificate units were achieved with all 374 candidates passing the Insurance claims handling process (IF4) unit,” said the announcement. Results were issued to candidates last week.
“As a result, 687 candidates accumulated sufficient credits to be awarded the Certificate and, if CII members, apply to use the designation Cert CII,” it continued. “This will take the number of holders to just under 3000 since the Certificate was introduced at the beginning of last year.”
CII marketing director Steve Wellard commented: “This is tremendous news. Candidates performed extremely well in all subjects, take up of study materials and training courses increased and students were clearly well prepared and motivated. This indicates the growing popularity of the Certificate among employers and candidates, and is good news as it helps the industry to promote a more professional image to the consumer.”
The Certificate provides “a core level qualification in the general insurance framework.” It is designed to provide essential basic knowledge of the market, key disciplines and products.
The CII also noted that a ” further 272 candidates completed the CII Foundation Insurance Test (FIT) to obtain the Award in Insurance.”
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