Insurance Apprenticeships - A Guide
|Introduction To Insurance Apprenticeships|
Are you thinking about working in insurance when you leave school? If that is you then have you considered doing Insurance Apprenticeships? For many young people, going to university to study full time after leaving school is either simply not an option, or, for some of you, you have just decided it is not for you.
The great news these days is, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a successful career in your chosen field. The investment in, and development of, Apprenticeships across many trades and professions means the door is open to young people who would prefer to learn on the job and earn a wage at the same time.
Insurance Apprenticeships will suit those of you who are looking to work in an exciting and challenging atmosphere, building relationships with clients and managing accounts. You could be doing insurance jobs with some of the largest insurance companies in the UK or you might prefer to work locally in smaller insurance brokers.
Whatever the case, Insurance Apprenticeships mean you will have no university debts to pay off once you start your career, you will earn a wage, you will get quality structured training and, at the end of that, you will also receive a nationally recognised, professional qualifications from the CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) or the CILA (Chartered Institute of Loss Adjustors).
Direct Line Group
2 Year Apprenticeships
As well as gaining practical on-the-job experience within our team, you can achieve industry qualifications.
Upon completion of the apprenticeship, you will secure a permanent, full-time position – subject to your performance and completion of studies.
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