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Chartered Insurance Institute
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Intermediate property insurance  - one day course
 

Overview

This course looks at how property insurance works and then explores in more detail how risks are calculated, monitored and priced. It also examines risk assessment methods and effective claims management.

Programme

  • All risks policy wordings 
  • Understanding the pros and cons of different methods of setting the sum insured and the impact of claims 
  • Indemnity 
    • Reinstatement 
    • Day One Reinstatement 
    • Valued policies 
    • Obsolete buildings 
    • Blanket policies 
    • First loss
    • Deductibles and other clauses that effect value 
  • Measurement of risk for SMEs 
  • Why the need to measure risk? 
  • A speedy method of risk assessment for individual SME risks 
  • Theft 
  • Subject matter risk 
  • Physical protections 
  • Electrical protection.

Learning outcomes

Delegates will develop an understanding of:

  • How property insurance works 
  • How risks are calculated, monitored and priced 
  • Risk assessment methods and claims management. 

Who should attend?

Those working in property insurance who need to understand more than just an outline of the different types of property risks. It explains methods of risk assessment and claims management.

CPD hours

Attendance of this course awards up to 6 CPD hours where you consider it relevant to your professional development needs.

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