Applications Open - Insurance Leadership Development Programme (ILDP) 2020

18 September 2019 IIG

Good day Ladies and Gentlemen,

Kindly note that the Insurance Leadership Development Programme applications for 2020 are open.
You are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. We look forward to receiving your applications.

Dear IIG Members and Affiliates

We are proud to announce the official open for Intake on the 2020 Insurance Leadership Development Programme.

The Insurance Leadership Development Program (ILDP) in partnership with Sasria SOC Limited and delivered by the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), is designed to provide delegates with a composite leadership education, with the added bene?t of an insurance industry contextual environment. Delegates will have the unique opportunity to engage with their peers from different sections of the industry and in doing so, enhance their learning experience.

The IIG is committed to providing a robust Professional Development Programme that will provide the industry with the ability to Engage with members of the IIG, Connect with the broader industry and Grow from both a skills development and networking perspective.

The programme will be offered from March 2020 to November 2020 – Start your journey on leadership excellence today!

Click here for all the information you need to start your application:

Click here to begin your application NOW.

For any queries, don’t hesitate to contact #YourIIG Office on the details below.
We look forward to receiving your application.

Kind Regards,

Your IIG Team

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