Santam’s Black Broker Development Initiative

13 December 2010 Santam

The aim of the Santam’s Black Intermediary Development initiative is to increase the number of black brokers in the short-term insurance industry. The programme provides candidates with the necessary development and support they need to start or grow their own brokerage business.

If you want to succeed in the short-term insurance industry as a broker or be employed in the broker environment, this programme will provide the necessary development and support to grow your own business. Development occurs through the following mediums: formal training, mentoring, and exposure to short-term insurance, brokers and Santam.

Who can take participate in this programme?

SBIDI (Santam Black Intermediary Development Initiative) is open to black candidates with an interest in short-term insurance. Candidates must be in possession of a university degree or 3-year National Diploma in the Marketing, Business Admin, Finance and / or Insurance fields.

The graduates recruited for this programme will be employed with Santam on a full-time basis on an internship programme of 6 months. They will receive a monthly allowance. The period of internship will be from 01 March 2011 – 30 August 2011.

To apply please send CV and latest transcripts to

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