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Certificate in Motor Insurance (India)

Powering motor insurance professionals in India

The Certificate in Motor Insurance (India) enables learners to advance their understanding of insurance products and principles and the key disciplines of underwriting and claims. The Certificate will assist learners in understanding the nature and key features of risk and insurance and the structure and main features of the insurance market. It also provides an understanding of the main regulatory and legal principles and the key aspects of ethics, corporate governance and internal controls.

The Certificate in Motor Insurance (India) will soon be withdrawn from sale.

Please note: for those who have previously purchased but not yet booked their exam, bookings can be made via MyCII. The final date you will be able to sit an IMP and IMU exam is 30 April 2024.

Find out more about the changes and your options

Ideal for all candidates outside the UK who work in the Indian motor insurance profession.

Before starting study, check to see whether any of your previous academic qualifications or assessments from other professional bodies and institutes can be carried towards completion of our qualifications. 

Find out more about recognition of prior learning

See individual unit pages for exam and assessment information. 

For units in this qualification, students typically have access to the following materials as part of their enrolment: 

  • Study text (digital only – printable PDF and e-book on RevisionMate) with online updates 
  • Exam guide containing a practice exam and guidance 
  • Assessment entry 

50˗60 hours per unit (will vary depending on your experience and ability) 

Completion requirements

Core units

The Certificate comprises three core units providing 45 CII credits on successful completion. These credits can be used towards further CII qualifications.


Motor Insurance Products and Policies (India) (IMP)
Credits : 15
Level : N/A
Motor Insurance Claims and Underwriting (India) (IMU)
Credits : 15
Level : N/A
Award in General Insurance (non-UK) (W01)
Credits : 15
Level : 3