CII – Diploma in Insurance

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CII – Diploma in Insurance

About this course

This program has the following structure/outline –

Qualification Name/Title Diploma in Insurance (RQF Level 4)
Qualification Acronym CII Diploma
Body Overseeing the Award/Qualification CII – Chartered Insurance Institute
Course details A.     Group 1 Modules

·        Insurance Law (M05), 25 credits, 120 study hours

·        Commercial Insurance Contract Wording (M21), 20 credits, 100 study hours

·        Delegated Authority (M66), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Fundamentals of Risk Management (M67), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Underwriting Practice (M80), 20 credits, 80 study hours

·       Insurance Broking Practice (M81), 20 credits, 80 study hours

1st Segment
B.     Group 2 Modules

·        Claims Practice (M85), 20 credits, 80 study hours

·        Personal Insurances (M86), 20 credits, 80 study hours

·        Cargo and Goods in Transit Insurances (M90), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Aviation and Space Insurance (M91), 30 credits, 120 study hours

·        Insurance Business and Finance (M92), 25 credits, 100 study hours




C.     Group 3 Modules

·        Commercial Property and Business Interruption Insurances (M93), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Motor Insurance (M94), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Liability Insurances (M96), 25 credits, 100 study hours

·        Reinsurance (M97), 30 credits, 120 study hours

·        Marine Hull and Associated Liabilities (M98), 30 credits, 100 study hours




Other Information about the Qualification  

Useful Facts and Requirements for the Qualification



The Level 4 Diploma in Insurance is a technical and supervisory qualification appropriate for insurance staff working across all sectors of the profession.


It provides a firm understanding of insurance fundamentals and develops advanced technical knowledge.


Completion requirements:

The Diploma requires a minimum of 120 CII credits for successful completion, with at least 90 credits at Diploma level or above.


Contributing towards the 90 credits at Diploma level or above requirement, candidates must study unit M05, along with either M92 or 530, providing 50-55 Diploma level or above credits.


A further 40-45 credits at Diploma level or above must be achieved to meet the requirement of 90, along with a further 30 credits for full qualification completion. These remaining 30 credits can come from any units within the insurance framework.


Assessment Methods:

Mixed assessment is carried out.

Study is based on an 18-month enrolment period from the date of purchase. Candidates must pass a coursework assignment within the first six months and a MCQ exam within 18 months.


Qualification Levels Scheduling & Price Information
Qualification Level Run Dates The modules for each qualification segment or part (A – C) are offered within each semester.  The semesters start at the months of September, January, May and July each year.  Please contact the EMBT Admissions Office ( for specific start dates.


Course Duration Each module runs for approximately 4 – 6 weeks of the semester.




Qualification Delivery Approach

The Qualifications are delivered via instructor-led sessions, held in one of three modes – online, on-site or blended.  Emphasis is placed on the use of topical case studies and relevant simulations to impart practical knowledge and team-building expertise.  Sessions will involve a mix of instructor presentations and case study work, with supporting classroom discussions.


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