How do I become a fellow of Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters? Here is the process and requirements
The CILA Fellow membership grade is available to Associates who have completed 5 years of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in a role where their predominant activity is the investigation, management, quantification, validation and resolution of Property, Casualty or any other losses.
To become a Fellow of the CILA you must provide the Institute with details of the CPD activities you have undertaken over a 5 year period following election as an Associate. The CPD requirements of the CILA are explained below:
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Members that hold a CILA qualification are required to maintain a record of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Each year a number of members will be randomly selected and asked to provide their CPD records for the previous twelve months.