Insurance House unites with Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Insurance House (IH) has entered into a partnership with the Bahrain Institute of Banking & Finance (BIBF), a reputable financial institute in the GCC, in order to deliver a bespoke insurance program approved by the Chartered Institute of Insurance UK.

The identified talents within Insurance House will have the exclusive opportunity to participate in this six-month program, which will be conducted in a hybrid format. The kick-off date for the program is targeted for the second or third week of October.

The centerpiece of this program is the highly respected Certificate in Insurance, known as ‘Cert CII’, which is awarded by the Chartered Insurance Institute UK. This certification is a core qualification for insurance staff working across all sectors of the industry. Upon successful completion of the three units comprising the program, active CII members will be entitled to use the designation of ‘Cert CII’.

Ms. Manal Mashkoor, Head of the Centre for Insurance BIBF, said that, “BIBF is excited about this collaboration with Insurance House, and we are committed to supporting Insurance House in the development of its human capital. The training will be delivered by BIBF seasoned faculty who combine practical experience with decades of training experience. We hope the program will be one of many initiatives to supply the UAE market with qualified Insurance Practitioners.”

The Certificate in Insurance program provides a solid foundation, developing core knowledge and confidence in key disciplines that can later be specialized according to the individual ambitions and career requirements of Insurance House employees. It covers various aspects of general insurance, including the regulatory environment, underwriting, and claims processes, as well as popular products such as motor, household, healthcare, and packaged commercial insurances.

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