Africa’s growing bancassurance market demands qualified professionals to guide clients through the insurance process. Strong products knowledge of insurance products against the other financial service products is therefore paramount to be able to meet clients’ financial needs.
The CISI (Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments) has launched this qualification in Africa in partnership with CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) as part of the Chartered Body Alliance.
The Award in Bancassurance is an important first step in developing your career in bancassurance. It provides a solid grounding in the relevant core financial, life assurance and insurance products, and offers guidance on what constitutes sound professional practice thereby providing a framework for ethical behavior.
The qualification is suitable for:
We understand that most participants for this program are busy professionals and have therefore developed a flexible training model that includes a tutor-guided on line support complementing face to face classroom training. We then take our students through weekly quizzes and automated Mock examinations that mimics the real examination.
The training structure will be 8 weeks with a 5 Day block sessions. The block sessions will be done during week 5 – 8 and can also be done on consecutive Saturdays.
To ensure that employees internalize the training for purposes of effective application in their workplace and passing the exam, there will be weekly quizzes and Mock exams to prepare for the final exam.
Our experienced staff will work closely with you to deliver the training and manage the training project.
Training Fees @ Kshs 80,000 per module 80,000.00
16% VAT – 12,800.00
CISI Registration £16.00
CISI Exam and study material for Award in Bancassurance £120.00
Total £136.00 (Est. Kshs 19,720.00)
There is no CISI registration fee if you have previously sat for a CISI exam.
In House Costs can be discussed depending on the number of staff. Minimum for In House is 10 employees.
For More Information:
Esther Nina Oloo ACSI
Head of Business Development,