Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters Diploma Admission Requirements

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Admission requirements for a diploma from Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters are:

Entry to the Diploma exams is open to CILA members who hold the CILA Certificate or any of the following qualifications:

Chartered Insurance Institute – Diploma in Insurance (Dip CII)

Chartered Insurance Institute – Advanced Diploma in Insurance (ACII)

Chartered Insurance Institute – Fellowship (FCII)

Insurance Institute of Ireland – Professional Diploma in Insurance (CIP)

Malaysian Insurance Institute – Diploma (DMII)

Singapore College of Insurance – Diploma in General Insurance and Risk Management (DGIRM)

Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance – Diploma of General Insurance

The Institute will also consider entry based on other academic or professional qualifications depending on their relevance and level of study, including professional qualifications which are attained outside of the UK. Enquiries should be submitted by email to [email protected] and include full details of the qualifications you would like considered.

How to be assessed

To obtain the Diploma qualification you must pass the following exams:

  1. DP1 – The Principles of Insurance 1
    2 hour exam comprising 10 compulsory questions which require short essay style answers
  2. DP2 – The Principles of Insurance 2
    2 hour exam comprising 10 compulsory questions which require short essay style answers
  3. DP3 – Customer Service & Ethics
    2 hour exam comprising 10 compulsory questions which require short essay style answer

The CILA Diploma exams are computer based and can be taken at exam centres throughout the world at a date and time to suit you.

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