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Advances in strategic risk management in insurance

993 (50 credits)

The objective of this unit is to explore how advances in risk management lead to improved strategic decision making in an insurance context.

This is an online study course with learning via RevisionMate the CII's online learning portal.

Important note:
It is strongly recommended that you complete (992) Risk Management in Insurance before enrolling on this study option.

For more in-depth information on course content and requirements, view the overview video and documents below.
 

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£150.00
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Coursework assignment techniques (half-day)
 
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Coursework assignment techniques (half-day)

Coursework assignment techniques (half-day)

This half day course gives candidates best-practice guidance on how to tackle coursework assignments, which are now offered as an alternative assessment method for a number of CII Advanced Diploma in Insurance units.

Benefits
- Learn how to research and structure assignments
- Discover how to clearly answer questions by addressing all elements of the examiners' marking matrix.

Who should attend?
- Anyone completing an Advanced Diploma in Insurance unit assessed by coursework assignments.
- It is also suitable for incompany training personnel wanting to gain an insight into the coursework assessment method, in order to provide guidance to employees.

Programme
- Breaking down the assignment question
- Practical research
- Understanding the marking matrix and the implications for the assignment framework
- Using multiple sources to answer assignments
- Creating a high quality bibliography
- Layout, readability and style
- Finding sources that are current and relevant
- Framing insightful conclusions

Coursework assessment

Members
£1109.00
Non-members
£1384.00
Coursework

This is an online study course with learning via RevisionMate the CII's online learning portal.

Candidates must complete and pass three written assignments, including any re-sits, during the 12 month enrolment period to achieve a pass in the unit. Assignments are each up to 4,200 words in length and candidates must score a minimum of 50% in each.

Marking of assignments is included with the enrolment fee. Should a candidate fail an assignment, a re-submission fee will apply.

Important note:
It is strongly recommended that you complete 992 Risk Management in Insurance before enrolling on this study option.

To get the most out of your enrolment please make sure we have an up-to-date valid email address for you. This will allow you to receive valuable reminders and additional information about your enrolment. If you're a new customer, please make sure you provide your email address when enrolling for coursework. If you're already registered with the CII, you can check we have the correct details at www.cii.co.uk/myCII

Coursework

This is an online study course with learning via RevisionMate the CII's online learning portal.

Candidates must complete and pass three written assignments, including any re-sits, during the 12 month enrolment period to achieve a pass in the unit. Assignments are each up to 4,200 words in length and candidates must score a minimum of 50% in each.

Marking of assignments is included with the enrolment fee. Should a candidate fail an assignment, a re-submission fee will apply.

Important note:
It is strongly recommended that you complete 992 Risk Management in Insurance before enrolling on this study option.

To get the most out of your enrolment please make sure we have an up-to-date valid email address for you. This will allow you to receive valuable reminders and additional information about your enrolment. If you're a new customer, please make sure you provide your email address when enrolling for coursework. If you're already registered with the CII, you can check we have the correct details at www.cii.co.uk/myCII

Introduction

CII qualifications involve the completion of one or more units, each covering an individually assessed topic. Assessment methods vary and depend on a unit's level and subject matter.


Assessment methods include:

  • Multiple-choice exams - the assessment method for Award, Certificate, and Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning units R01-R05 assessed in the UK. Exams are delivered on-screen at a network of over 40 public centres across the UK. Sittings are available year-round, often on a weekly basis.
  • Written exams - the assessment method for some Diploma and Advanced Diploma units and all units examined outside the UK. Sittings are typically available twice-yearly in April and October at over 50 public centres throughout the UK and over 120 public centres outside the UK.
  • Coursework assessment - available for a select number of Advanced Diploma in Insurance units, Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning unit (AF6) Senior management and supervision and financial services unit (J09) Paraplanning, coursework assessment involves the completion of three written assignments during a 12 month period.
  • Mixed assessment - available for a number of Diploma in Insurance units and all Diploma in Insurance units by April 2018 (unit codes begin with the letter M). This involves the successful completion of both a coursework assignment and a multiple-choice exam. This has an 18 month enrolment period.
  • Dissertation assessment - available for Advanced Diploma units (991) London market insurance specialisation and (994) Insurance market specialisation. This involves the submission of a dissertation proposal and an 11,000 word dissertation. This has an 18 month enrolment period. 

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It is essential that candidates familiarise themselves with the guidelines and instructions which are shown on the CII website under the relevant units. In addition candidates should familiarise themselves with the coursework and dissertation policies as well as exam policies (before the assessment) and notes to results (after the assessment).

 

Assessment information

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