Currently, an Advance diploma (ACII) is the highest qualification offered by CII. This is very different because students are mostly tested on applying their knowledge. This is unlike Certificates and diplomas where the tests are more about remembering content. In ACII, the examiners want to hear your thoughts and opinions. For CII advanced diploma the following are modules.
Advanced Diploma Modules
|Coro units||Insurance business and finance (M92)||25||4|
|Economics and Business (530)||30||6|
|Insurance Law (M05)||25||4|
|Advanced claims (820)||30||6|
|Advanced insurance broking (930)||30||6|
|Advanced underwriting (960)||30||6|
|Optional Units||Principles of Takaful (590)||30||6|
|Principles of Takaful – Arabic||30||6|
|Marketing insurance products and services (545)||30||6|
|Insurance corporate management (990)||30||6|
|London market insurance specialization (991)||50||7|
|Risk management in insurance (992)||30||6|
|Advances in strategic risk management in insurance (993)||50||7|
|Insurance market specialization (994)||50||7|
|Strategic underwritings (995)||30||6|
|Strategic claims management (996)||30||6|
|Advanced risk financing and transfer (997)||30||6|
In ACII you have to take 5 modules. One compulsory module, which you have to choose between Advanced claims Advanced insurance broking, or Advanced underwriting.
By the time you complete the 5 ACII modules, you will have accumulated 150 credits. If you add the 120 from the certificate and Diploma, you have 270 credits. However, what you need is a total of 290. The extra credits can come from wherever you like, so long as you have hit 205 credits at Diploma and Advanced Modules.