The course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge; skills and attitudes that will enable him/her promote, sell insurance products and provide other insurance services. A graduate of this course will be able to work in either formal or self-employment.
A trainee entering this course should have a minimum of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
Certificate of Proficiency in Insurance is designed into compulsory unit and electives units.
A candidate is expected to sit for fundamentals of Insurance Practice unit and a minimum of one
Duration of the course
The course takes 3 months.
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm (Monday – Thursday) or
5.30 pm – 7.30 pm (Monday – Thursday) or
8.30 am – 4.00 pm (Saturday only)
1ST SEMESTER 2022 – Normal Registration Deadline – 20th February
Late Registration Deadline – 28th February
2ND SEMESTER 2022 – Normal Registration Deadline – 15th May
Late Registration Deadline – 22nd May
3RD SEMESTER 2022 – Normal Registration Deadline – 10th September
Late Registration Deadline – 22nd September
Please note: Late registration will attract a late registration penalty of 10% of fee payable. Applications lodged beyond the deadline will NOT be accepted.
|101||Fundamentals of Insurance Practice||5000||3000|
|102||General Insurance Practice||5000||3000|
|103||Long Term Business||5000||3000|
|104||Principles and Practice of Motor Insurance and Assessment||5000||3000|
|Application fees (payable once)||1,000|
|Activity fees (payable once)||1,000|
|Personal Accident (payable annually)||500|
|Student ID (payable once)||250|
|Exam Registration fees (payable annually)||2,000|
|COP-101 Fundamentals of Insurance Practice||5,000||3,000|
All candidates must follow the application steps where they provide their details and select units. An invoice will be sent to the email address of the applicant with payment instructions.