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Private Motor Insurance – Advanced

Level:Advanced Duration:1 Day CII CPD Hours:6

This interactive one-day private motor insurance training workshop is aimed at supervisors, advisors and staff responsible for training customer-facing staff.

It’s designed to enhance existing legal, theoretical, and technical knowledge, explaining why and how motor insurance operates. These are features that are often absent from in-house private motor insurance training programmes.

We find that delegates enjoy the participative nature of this private motor insurance training workshop, which gives them plenty of opportunity to engage in discussion and exchanges of views.

The day is a mixture of face-to-face training, case studies, and practical examples

  • After attending this workshop, delegates will be able to:
    • Understand the sections of RTA 1988 that affect motor insurance
    • Appreciate the significance of other legislation affecting UK motor insurance, including EU Motor Insurance Directives
    • Understand how the UK motor insurance market deals with the victims of uninsured and untraced drivers
    • Explain the various measures currently in force aimed at reducing uninsured driving in UK
    • Discuss the relevance and importance of the various factors used by underwriters to assess standard and non-standard risks
    • Understand how policies are constructed and the covers available for private car and commercial vehicle customers
    • Demonstrate a familiarity with cover extensions regularly requested by Fleet and Commercial Vehicle clients
    • Explain how a standard certificate of motor insurance is constructed and and the significance of different Classes of Use.
  • Workshop content includes:
    • Discussion of recent legislation relating to motor insurance and the relevant wording of RTA 1988
    • Examination of how the industry deals with the victims of uninsured drivers including the role of the Motor Insurers Bureau
    • An examination of the role of other legislation, including the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, the ‘Gender Directive’ and the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Bill
    • Presentation of risks to underwriters – rating factors, non-standard risks, accidents, convictions
    • An examination of factors used in account management, for example, loss ratios, frequency
    • An explanation of the Car Grouping Process and how Thatcham assesses security devices
    • A detailed study of policy cover, illustrating the differences between private car and commercial vehicle cover
    • Classes of use.

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