Certificate in Insurance
The Certificate in Insurance is a level 3 qualification that enables learners to advance their understanding of insurance principles, functions and products. It provides a more detailed grounding in insurance principles, products and markets including the regulatory environment and the key disciplines of underwriting and claims across the entire insurance sector. The Certificate will assist learners in understanding their role and the workplace in more depth and will prepare them for a more detailed study of insurance concepts and processes and is a progression from the single-unit Awards.
The Certificate in Insurance typically requires three units to complete: the core learning requirement — Insurance, legal and regulatory (IF1) — along with a further two units of choice. Completing three personal lines awards satisfies one of these units, with only the core unit and a further unit of choice required for completion.
Find out which units contribute towards the Certificate in Insurance qualification.