American Institute for Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters
The American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (The Institutes) are independent, nonprofit organizations offering educational programs and professional certification to people in all segments of the property and liability insurance business.
The Institute responds to the educational needs of people in insurance and risk management to help them provide professional service to the public. More than 150,000 insurance practitioners around the world are involved in Institute programs.
GII provides tuition for the following qualifications from The Institutes. (Click on the respective heading to view programme flyer)
Why earn the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation?
- CPCUs earn 29 percent more than their peer group (same functional area and time in the industry).
- 91 percent of CPCU designees saw an increase in job opportunities.
- 85 percent of program completers said earning the designation fast-tracked their career progression.
- 74 percent believed earning the designation helped them gain a promotion.
- 75 percent felt it helped them gain a salary increase.
- More than 1,100 CPCU designees serve as president or chief executive officer of insurance companies, according to a membership profile compiled by the CPCU Society.
To be an effective risk manager, you need to develop the skills that are vital to effectively controlling, assessing, and financing risk. The Institutes’ Associate in Risk Management program helps you enhance your risk management skills by teaching you how to build and implement a balanced risk financing strategy using retention, transfer, and hybrids.Passing the required ARM exams earns the Associate in Risk Management designation. Passing the Risk Management for Public Entities (RMPE 352) course, in addition to the ARM courses listed below earns the Associate in Risk Management for Public Entities (ARM-P) designation.NEW! Passing the Enterprise-Wide Risk Management: Developing and Implementing (ERM 57) course, in addition to the ARM courses listed below, earns the Associate in Risk Management-ERM (ARM-E) designation. Passing only the ERM 57 course earns a certificate of completion.
Associate in Reinsurance (ARe)
The Institutes´ Associate in Reinsurance program teaches you how to build a better book of business through an enhanced understanding of reinsurance terms and pricing, reinsurance treaties, and facultative certificates. Plus, the ARe program provides you with electives to choose from, so you can tailor your course of study. After completing the program, you´ll be able to design a reinsurance program based on your expanded knowledge of advanced coverages and financial risk management.
Enhance your professional confidence by building a strong foundation in underwriting principles with the Institutes’ Associate in Commercial Underwriting program. You’ll gain a broadened understanding of advanced underwriting techniques, plus you’ll learn how to build a more profitable book of business by developing a disciplined approach to underwriting commercial property and liability exposures.
Associate in Claims (AIC)
The Associate in Claims designation program provides claims professionals with the foundation needed to succeed in today’s rapidly changing industry. With this program, you’ll improve your technical claim handling skills, communication and negotiation skills, good-faith claim handling abilities, and in-depth policy knowledge.
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