People usually assume insurance is about call centres and men in grey suits. They think it
is boring. Thankfully, the truth is far more exciting. Insurance touches every other industry in the world and every aspect of our daily lives.
From protection for music gigs and festivals, to cover for your home, car and pets. Insurance is a broad and varied industry.
The most important aspect of the insurance industry is paying claims. When things go wrong, businesses and people rely on the insurance industry to pay their claims. This money helps them get their businesses and lives back on track.
Before paying a claim, insurance companies need to be sure the claim is genuine. They employ specially trained staff to make this assessment. Claims consultants need to be: detectives, lawyers, project managers, marketers, counsellors and cyber experts. With a career in insurance, you can be who you want to be.
Can you imagine helping a family who have lost their home after a flood?
Are you inquisitive enough to work with fire investigators and work out how a factory fire started?
Could you spot a pattern of car crashes that shows a criminal gang making false claims?
Would you go to a city hit by an earthquake to help shop keepers re-open, put families back in homes or facilitate the rebuilding of factories and businesses?
One day, will you be in the team that approves a multi-million pound claim by an airline?
Does that sound boring?
Claims Academy students will have the chance to develop key insurance skills and qualifications and gain a head start in their career development without going to university.
Find out more about the programme and how to apply by downloading the doc below.