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DIPM1 Diploma In Insurance

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 28,000.00 (USD 280.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 48,000.00 (USD 480.00)
Fees Totals KES 97,000.00 (USD 970.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 32,333.00 (USD 323.00)
Trimester 2KES 32,333.00 (USD 323.00)
Trimester 3KES 32,333.00 (USD 323.00)
TotalKES 97,000.00 (USD 970.00)

The trimester fees of KES 32,333.00 (USD 323.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 10,778.00 (USD 108.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE UNITS  TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-101  Introduction to Insurance 7,000 4,000
DIP-102  Principles and Practice of Insurance  7,000 4,000
DIP-103  Legal Aspects of Insurance 8,000 4,000
DIP-104  Communication 7,000 4,000
DIP-105  Information Communication Technology 7,000 4,000
DIP-106  Financial Accounting 7,000 4,000
DIP-107  Life Skills       6,000  
           
           

 

Course Description

he Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Duration: 18 months

Timings
8.30 am – 4.00 pm (Monday – Friday) or
5.30 pm – 7.30 pm (Monday – Friday) or
8.30 am – 4.00 pm (Saturday only)

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM2 Diploma In Insurance Module 2

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 30,000.00 (USD 300.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 48,000.00 (USD 480.00)
Fees Totals KES 99,000.00 (USD 990.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 33,000.00 (USD 330.00)
Trimester 2KES 33,000.00 (USD 330.00)
Trimester 3KES 33,000.00 (USD 330.00)
TotalKES 99,000.00 (USD 990.00)

The trimester fees of KES 33,000.00 (USD 330.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 11,000.00 (USD 110.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS        TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-201  Life Assurance      10,000 5,000
DIP-202  General Insurance     10,000 5,000
DIP-203  Quantitative Techniques in Insurance 10,000 5,000
DIP-204  Entrepreneurship     8,000 5,000
DIP-205  Economics     8,000 5,000
DIP-206  Marketing     8,000 5,000
DIP-207  Industrial Attachment   2,000  
DIP-201  Text Book     1,500  
DIP-202 Text Book     1,500  
DIP-205 Text Book     1,500

 

Course Description

The Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM3 Diploma In Insurance Module 3

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 18,000.00 (USD 180.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 22,000.00 (USD 220.00)
Fees Totals KES 61,000.00 (USD 610.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 20,333.00 (USD 203.00)
Trimester 2KES 20,333.00 (USD 203.00)
Trimester 3KES 20,333.00 (USD 203.00)
TotalKES 61,000.00 (USD 610.00)

The trimester fees of KES 20,333.00 (USD 203.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 6,778.00 (USD 68.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS        TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-301  Principles and Practice of Management  12,000 6,000
DIP-302  Financial Management   12,000 6,000
DIP-303  Risk Management     12,000 6,000
DIP-301  Text book     1,500  

 

Course Description

he Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM4 Diploma In Insurance Module 4

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 18,000.00 (USD 180.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 34,000.00 (USD 340.00)
Fees Totals KES 73,000.00 (USD 730.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 24,333.00 (USD 243.00)
Trimester 2KES 24,333.00 (USD 243.00)
Trimester 3KES 24,333.00 (USD 243.00)
TotalKES 73,000.00 (USD 730.00)

The trimester fees of KES 24,333.00 (USD 243.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 8,111.00 (USD 81.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS        TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-305  Retirement Benefits Practice, Law and Taxation  12,000 6,000
DIP-306  Financial Aspects of Retirement Funds 12,000 6,000
DIP-307  Retirement Benefits Fund Management 12,000 6,000

 

Course Description

The Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM4-2 Diploma In Insurance Module 4-2

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 18,000.00 (USD 180.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 33,000.00 (USD 330.00)
Fees Totals KES 72,000.00 (USD 720.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 24,000.00 (USD 240.00)
Trimester 2KES 24,000.00 (USD 240.00)
Trimester 3KES 24,000.00 (USD 240.00)
TotalKES 72,000.00 (USD 720.00)

The trimester fees of KES 24,000.00 (USD 240.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 8,000.00 (USD 80.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE UNITS       TUITION EXAMS
DIP-308  Life Assurance Practice and Administration  12,000 6,000
DIP-309  Financial Aspects Life Business   12,000 6,000
DIP-310  Life Assurance Underwriting and Claims 12,000 6,000

 

Course Description

The Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM4-3 Diploma In Insurance Module 4-3

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 30,000.00 (USD 300.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 55,000.00 (USD 550.00)
Fees Totals KES 106,000.00 (USD 1,060.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 35,333.00 (USD 353.00)
Trimester 2KES 35,333.00 (USD 353.00)
Trimester 3KES 35,333.00 (USD 353.00)
TotalKES 106,000.00 (USD 1,060.00)

The trimester fees of KES 35,333.00 (USD 353.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 11,778.00 (USD 118.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS        TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-311  Fire Insurance Underwriting and Claims  12,000 6,000
DIP-312  Motor Insurance Underwriting and Claims 12,000 6,000
DIP-313  Liability Insurance     12,000 6,000
DIP-314  Business Interruption Insurance   12,000  
DIP-315  Engineering and Construction Insurance 12,000  
Dip 312  Text Book     1,500  
Dip 313 Text Book     1,500

 

Course Description

The Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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DIPM4-4 Diploma In Insurance Module 4-4

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements:
a) KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
b) Passed Craft Certificate in Insurance or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

 

Duration: 12 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
External Exam Fee KES 24,000.00 (USD 240.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 66,000.00 (USD 660.00)
Fees Totals KES 111,000.00 (USD 1,110.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 37,000.00 (USD 370.00)
Trimester 2KES 37,000.00 (USD 370.00)
Trimester 3KES 37,000.00 (USD 370.00)
TotalKES 111,000.00 (USD 1,110.00)

The trimester fees of KES 37,000.00 (USD 370.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 12,333.00 (USD 123.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS        TUITION  EXAMS
DIP-316  Marine Insurance     12,000 6,000
DIP-317  Aviation Insurance     12,000 6,000
DIP-318  Insurance Broking     12,000 6,000
DIP-319  Re-insurance and its Applications 12,000  
DIP-320  Health Insurance     12,000  
DIP-321  Agriculture Insurance   12,000

 

Course Description

The Diploma in insurance Course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable him/her to manage insurance functions effectively.  The technical and specialization units in the programme are designed to make the trainee acquire a wide range of skills in insurance practice. A graduate of this course will be able to work in ether formal or self-employment.

The Diploma in Insurance consists of three (3) Modules on course work and a compulsory Industrial Attachment after Module II. Module III has three compulsory units and four other optional areas from which a candidate is expected to choose one. The candidate is expected to take three units from the selected option.

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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CIPM1 Craft Course In Insurance

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements
a) Passed Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with an average grade of D plus (D+),
or
b) Certificate of Proficiency in Insurance, or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

Duration of the course
The duration of the course is one year.

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,000.00 (USD 100.00)
External Exam Fee KES 21,000.00 (USD 210.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 28,000.00 (USD 280.00)
Fees Totals KES 65,000.00 (USD 650.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 32,500.00 (USD 325.00)
Trimester 2KES 32,500.00 (USD 325.00)
TotalKES 65,000.00 (USD 650.00)

The trimester fees of KES 32,500.00 (USD 325.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 10,833.00 (USD 108.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE  UNITS      TUITION  EXAMS
CCI-101 Fundamentals of Insurance Practice 5,000 3,000
CCI-102  General Insurance   5,000 3,000
CCI-103 Long Term Business   5,000 3,000
CCI-104 Communication Skills 5,000 3,000
CCI-105 Principles of Selling     5,000 3,000
CCI-106 Life skills     5,000  
CCI-107 Entrepreneurship   5,000 3,000
CCI-108 Industrial Attachment- compulsory 2,000

 

Course Description

The course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge; skills and attitudes that will enable him/her carry out clerical duties related to insurance functions. A graduate of this course will be able to work either in formal or self-employment. To achieve this, units such as Entrepreneurship, Communication skills, Life Skills and Information Communication Technology have been included in addition to the core units.

 

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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CIPM2 Craft Course In Insurance-2

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements
a) Passed Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with an average grade of D plus (D+),
or
b) Certificate of Proficiency in Insurance, or
c) Equivalent qualifications as determined by College of Insurance.

Duration of the course
The duration of the course is one year.

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,000.00 (USD 100.00)
External Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 26,000.00 (USD 260.00)
Fees Totals KES 57,000.00 (USD 570.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 28,500.00 (USD 285.00)
Trimester 2KES 28,500.00 (USD 285.00)
TotalKES 57,000.00 (USD 570.00)

The trimester fees of KES 28,500.00 (USD 285.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 9,500.00 (USD 95.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE UNITS     TUTION EXAMS
CCI-201 Financial accounting 6,000 3,000
CCI-202 Fundamentals of Management 5,000 3,000
CCI-203 Records Management 5,000 3,000
CCI-204  Business Calculations and Statistics 5,000 3,000
CCI-205 Information Communication Technology 5,000 3,000

 

Course Description

The course is designed to equip the trainee with knowledge; skills and attitudes that will enable him/her carry out clerical duties related to insurance functions. A graduate of this course will be able to work either in formal or self-employment. To achieve this, units such as Entrepreneurship, Communication skills, Life Skills and Information Communication Technology have been included in addition to the core units.

 

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

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COPM1 Certificate Of Proficiency

Entry Requirement

Entry Requirements
A trainee entering this course should have a minimum of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).

Course Description
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
elective unit.

Duration: 8 Months

Fee Structure

Full Course Fees
Registration Fee KES 1,000.00 (USD 10.00)
Administration Fee KES 5,000.00 (USD 50.00)
Internal Exam Fee KES 10,000.00 (USD 100.00)
External Exam Fee KES 15,000.00 (USD 150.00)
Examining Body Membership Fee * KES 0.00 (USD 0.00)
Tuition Fee KES 20,000.00 (USD 200.00)
Fees Totals KES 51,000.00 (USD 510.00)
* Examining Body Membership Fee may be payable through us or directly to the Examining Body

All Fees are payable in lumpusm or in installments, for details see below.
Breakdown per semester,

Trimester Total Per Trimester
Trimester 1KES 25,500.00 (USD 255.00)
Trimester 2KES 25,500.00 (USD 255.00)
TotalKES 51,000.00 (USD 510.00)

The trimester fees of KES 25,500.00 (USD 255.00) is payable in 3 instalments
of KES 8,500.00 (USD 85.00)

*Note:

All Fees are payable in installements, for details check FAQs

Course Units/Overview

CODE UNIT           TUITION EXAMS
  Compulsory Unit            
101  Fundamentals of Insurance Practice     5000 3000
  Elective Units            
102  General Insurance Practice       5000 3000
103 Long Term Business         5000 3000
104 Principles and Practice of Motor Insurance and Assessment 5000 3000
105 Health Insurance         5000 3000

 

Course Description

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.

 

Course Instructor(s)

TBA

Examining Body

COI

FAQs

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