The insurance of a better future

The Insurance Institute of Ireland believes learning new skills is crucial for its members to adapt to changing market conditions, writes Dermot Corrigan

26th February, 2011

The Insurance Institute of Ireland (III) is reacting to changes in the financial services sector with services designed to help its members acquire new skills in emerging disciplines.

The institute’s prospectus for 2011, which was launched in January, forms part of a three-year training and career development programme put in place last year.

Its aim, according to Denis Kelleher, president of the III, is to help support the continuous professional development and career advancement...

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