This introduction course will appeal to those who are new to the industry, or who are employed in areas unrelated to the insurance process, such as analysts, accountants, HR, training and facilities. If delegates wish to know more about the insurance product we will talk about this as well as exploring some, but not all, commonly used jargon. Graduates, young professionals and delegates entering from other industries will find this course of value.
On completion of this session delegates will have a basic knowledge of Insurance Law and its classification. We will also cover key aspects of torts: negligence and nuisance: key aspects of how liability may attach to a policyholder in contract: the defenses in tort: the concept of ‘Agency’ and the concept of ‘Utmost Good Faith’. We will build on delegates basic understanding of how the insurance policy and respective claims affect us now as both people and corporations.
All workshop trainers have many years’ practical experience in their professional fields, and their real life practical responses to some of the workshops do’s and don’ts will help every delegate