HSB achieves Chartered Insurance Institute accreditation


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HSB gains Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) accreditation for its underwriting training modules

  • Construction modules meet the CII's Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation standards.
  • Formal recognition of the high quality internal training provided to HSB's employees in the UK and Ireland.

Specialist engineering and technology insurer, HSB, has been awarded accreditation by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) for its Underwriting Foundation construction modules.  

The CII accreditation is testament to the high quality and industry leading courses HSB offers its employees, which forms part its continual personal and professional development focus.  

The HSB Underwriting Foundation construction modules are available in three levels: Core, Intermediate and Advanced. The CII has confirmed the training meets their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation standards.

Stephen Morris, Underwriting Director at HSB, said: "Achieving CII accreditation for our construction training modules is formal recognition of the high quality internal learning we provide to our employees. It also confirms HSB's commitment to developing talent and ensuring our people have the skills to be experts in their fields."

Matthew Johnson, Head of HR at HSB, added: "Our people are our greatest asset; their development is key to our performance and central to our business and success. Developing talent within our business is fundamental to our ethos and the CII accreditation is testament to the training capability we have built within HSB."

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