Marsh's energey insurance training courses receive CII accrediation

27 March 2012 Marsh

Marsh announced that its Energy Insurance Training Courses have been accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) in London. Marsh is the first broker to receive accreditation for energy training courses from the CII and completion of its modules

The CII is a leading professional organisation for insurance and financial services. The CII accredited Marsh’s Energy Insurance Training Courses following a six-month assessment period, which included a review of its learning and evaluation materials, attending training sessions and monitoring the course leaders.

Andrew George, Leader of Marsh’s Energy Practice in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), commented: “Marsh is delighted that its Energy Insurance Training Courses have been accredited by the CII, an organisation recognised as setting the global standard for continuous professional development in the insurance sector.

“Highly-trained and specialist personnel are key to cementing a leading position in emerging and fast-developing territories. Marsh’s Energy Insurance Training Courses assist our clients in developing their global footprints and allows them to take full advantage of the opportunities rapid growth in the energy sector presents.”

Tamsin Mill, Director of Accreditation at the CII, said: “During this challenging economic climate, clients are looking for reassurance that they are dealing with technically capable individuals. We are delighted to have been able to accredit this programme. Marsh is to be congratulated on its commitment to encouraging personal development in this area.”

Marsh’s Energy Insurance Training Courses provide specialist energy risk and insurance training at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Delivered by experts from Marsh’s Energy Practice and external tutors such as underwriters, loss adjusters and risk managers, attendees are provided with the necessary skills and knowledge to allow them to better understand the sector. Colleagues within Marsh’s Energy Practice also complete the courses as part of the company’s commitment to talent management and service excellence.

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