The CII provides a range of accreditation schemes for training
providers, individual trainers, accredited / approved professional
development centres and in-house company training programmes.
An individual trainer can be accredited by the CII, providing a
quality 'kitemark' for those delivering technical courses in
insurance and / or financial planning.
CII trainer accreditation is aimed at trainers within a company
training team and individual trainers, for example, freelance
'CII accredited training provider' status is available to
UK further education colleges, universities and private colleges
that offer courses on CII units or qualifications.
CII training provider accreditation assists in proving
their credentials to the market and developing their links with
Apprenticeship Training Provider Accreditation is a kite mark
for the employer to know that a training provider has met a range
of standards independently assessed by the CII, ensuring that the
training provider has the appropriate management controls, training
skills and capability.
CII accredited / approved professional development centre status
is available to training providers based outside the UK.
Successful achievement differentiates the accredited / approved
professional development centre within its marketplace and
signifies to prospective students that it has attained and
maintains an internationally recognised high standard in their
insurance or financial planning education provision.
A company's training programme can be accredited to provide
external verification of the quality of the training. This can help
attendees meet continuing professional development requirements as
well as providing the company with valuable industry benchmarking
and advice on maximising the value of its training programmes.