Specific study time guidelines are provided for each unit on its webpage and in the CII qualifications brochure. The notional Ofqual ‘Total Qualification Time’ for this qualification is 160 hours. This represents the time a student might typically take to complete the qualification by the shortest combination of units.
Can I use the CII logo?
Members are not permitted to use the CII logo.
How do I take CII?
Follow these steps to ensure your application meets the requirements and to avoid having to re-apply.
- Step 1 – Check your eligibility.
- Step 2 – Get your supporting documents certified.
- Step 3 – Make your on-line application.
- Step 4 – CII verifies your application and confirms next steps.
What is the Acii?
Definition. Associateship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII) — a professional designation, established in the United Kingdom, identifying an individual who has satisfactorily completed 10 examinations on insurance and general business topics.
How hard are CII exams?
The exam questions can be very tricky, far trickier than many practice questions on offer in the market, so candidates get a real shock in the exam, and not in a good way. No candidate wants to start the exam to find the questions they have practised on are much easier that those they now face.
Is CII a good qualification?
In addition to being a valuable qualification in its own right, the Diploma is also a stepping stone to completion of the CII Advanced Diploma in Insurance, the CII’s premier insurance qualification, and Chartered status. The Diploma provides almost half of credits required to complete the Advanced Diploma.
Can I put CII after my name?
If you are a member of the CII or PFS, you will be invited to use one of the following relevant designatory letters after your name, once you have qualified in the CII exams.
How do I cancel my CII account?
Cancellation and Termination
If you wish to cancel, you must notify Customer Services by email (email@example.com). Where goods have been supplied to you prior to such cancellation they must be returned to us, in the condition in which they were supplied to you, at your expense.
What is Dip PFS?
DipPFS designation to demonstrate your knowledge and technical capability, and your ongoing commitment to professional development. EFA designation, through our mutual recognition agreement with the European Financial Planning Association.
How much does a chartered insurer earn?
The highest paid Chartered Insurance Institute alumni &
graduates are Finance Control &
Strategy professionals at $56,000 annually. The lowest paid Chartered Insurance Institute alumni &
graduates are Insurance Jobs professionals at $38,000.
What can I do with a CII qualification?
Commercial Insurance Account Handler
- Data Analyst.
- Apprentice Accountant.
- Chartered Accountant.
What level is Cert CII?
The CII Level 3 Certificate in Insurance is a core qualification for insurance staff working across all sectors of the industry. It enables you to develop the knowledge and confidence you need before you begin to focus your subsequent studies and specialise according to your ambitions and career requirements.
How long is CII Diploma?
Specific study time guidelines are provided for each unit on its webpage and in the CII qualifications brochure. The notional Ofqual ‘Total Qualification Time’ for this qualification is 370 hours. This represents the time a student might typically take to complete the qualification.
What is the highest qualification in insurance?
An exclusive qualification held by fewer than 6,000 insurance practitioners, Fellowship (FCII) is the CII’s highest level of qualification and is globally recognised as an indicator of expertise and experience. Fellowship is an advanced structured learning programme available to Advanced Diploma in Insurance holders.
How many fellows of the CII are there?
Our 125,000 members commit to high professional standards and continuing professional development. We work with businesses to develop bespoke, company-wide solutions that ensure competitive advantage by enhancing employees’ technical and professional competence.
What happens if you fail a CII exam?
You will need to purchase a re-submission to continue with the course. If you fail to complete and pass all three assignments (including any re-submissions necessary) within 12 months of enrolment, your enrolment will end, and your CII exam record will be updated to include either a ‘Fail’ or ‘Timed out’ for the unit.
What is the pass mark for CII exams?
You are required to score a minimum of 50% to achieve a pass. On completion you will be awarded the CII Level 7 Certificate in Insurance Market Specialisation. 50 CII Advanced Diploma level credits will be added to your CII learning statement.
What are the benefits of CII?
- Platform to interact with other Members, Institutions, State & Central Governments.
- Fora to meet global business and political leaders.
- Participate in topical seminars, training programmes, conferences and meetings.
- Networking opportunities with Indian and global corporate majors.
How many credits is a certificate of CII?
To complete the Diploma you must obtain a minimum of 120 CII credits, with at least 90 credits at Diploma level or above. The following compulsory unit requirements apply: • (M922) Insurance business and finance or (530) Economics and business (Advanced Diploma in Insurance unit)
and • (M052) Insurance law.
How many papers are in ACII?
For being ACII, you have to pass 17 assignments and 08 written examinations, totaling 25 tests. The completion of ACII is dependent on the number of the units taken per exam sitting.
Is Acii a degree?
There are three levels of professional qualification offered by the CII, which is the world’s largest professional body for insurance and financial services – Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. Most will take the CII’s Advanced Diploma in Insurance, which is also known by its designatory letters ACII.
What does Dip CII mean?
The Diploma in Insurance is a technical and supervisory qualification for insurance staff working across all sectors of the industry, and the logical progression from the Certificate in Insurance.
How do I get my CII pin?
To find out your PIN number or to request a new PIN you will need to contact our Customer Service team. Please call or email: Please note: To confirm your identity Customer Services will be required to ask you a number of security questions when you request your PIN.
How many credits is a Level 4 Diploma CII?
You will need to complete one of the following units. Your selection will need to include sufficient learning • at level 4 (diploma level) or above to reach 90 CII credits, including the core units above
• to total 120 CII credits.
How many credits do you need for CII Diploma in financial planning?
The Diploma comprises unit options from the CII Personal Finance qualifications framework, providing a total of 140 credits on successful completion. There are 37 units to choose from, including the Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning, the Diploma units listed below and the Advanced Diploma units.
What qualifications do I need to be a financial advisor UK?
To do this, you’ll need to study for a level 4 qualification in financial advice recognised by the Financial Conduct Authority. These include: Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning from the Chartered Insurance Institute. Diploma for Financial Advisers from the London Institute of Banking and Finance.