Description

LOMA 320 Insurance Marketing Course

SUMMARY

This course is about enhancing the understanding of the economic and business environment and its application to insurance business.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of the course, trainees will be expected to:
• Understand how to analyse the nature of the economy and relevant economic issues.
• Understand how to analyse and apply demand and supply.
• Know how to evaluate market structures and the business environment.
• Know how to evaluate the impact of ethics, corporate governance and risk management on insurance business.
• Understand how to analyse the macro economy and aspects of monetary and scal policy.
• Know how to evaluate international trading and nancial relationships.
• Understand how to analyse the interaction between economics and accounting.

TOPICS COVERED

• Nature of the economy and relevant economic issues.
• Demand and supply concepts.
• Market structures and the business environment.
• Impact of ethics, corporate governance, and risk management on insurance business.
• Macro economy and aspects of monetary and scal policy.
• International trading and nancial relationships.
• Interaction between economics and accounting.

ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION

• 3 coursework assignments of up to 3,200 words
• 50% nominal pass mark
Upon completion, trainees will receive a Certicate of
Completion from The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is suitable for nancial advisors, economic and insurance agents.

DURATION

30 Training Hours

PREREQUISITES

Trainees should have:
• Certificate in Insurance and respective 40 credits
• Good command of the English language.

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