Next up in our Careers in Insurance infographic series is a role that encompasses a variety of areas, and can play an essential role in the claims resolution process – the loss adjuster.
The Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship is an earn and learn degree programme, where participants work in an insurance organisation while studying online. But what does an apprentice actually do?
Apprenticeships are a hot topic these days and if you're considering applying for one, there are a few key points you should know. Here are some of the frequently asked questions we've been receiving since the Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship launched last year.
The 2017 programme will open for applications soon – register your interest to be kept in the loop.
2016 was a landmark year for the insurance industry and the education sector – Ireland’s first honours degree-level apprenticeship launched and 67 apprentices started their careers in insurance.
With only a few weeks left of 2016, what better time is there to reflect on the year that’s been?
We all know the scenario. Christmas is just around the corner and you haven’t even made a list of the gifts you need to buy yet. You sit across from that smug person in the office who finished their shopping back in October. Sound familiar?
Our Careers in Insurance infographic series explains everything you need to know about some of the most fundamental roles in the industry. Next up – insurance broking.
Our Careers in Insurance infographic series explains everything you need to know about some of the most fundamental roles in the industry. Next up – underwriting.
With the end of the year fast approaching, the countdown to CPD compliance is on. This can be a busy and stressful time of year, so the last thing you need on top of a hectic work schedule and a long Christmas shopping list is the last-minute scramble to complete and submit your CPD.
Insurance organisations employ people of many skills and backgrounds, all of whom are vital to the company's success. The roles available range from the traditional – underwriters, claims handlers, loss adjusters and sales personnel – to ancillary services like marketing, HR, accounting and IT.