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Insurance laws and regulations are largely concerned with the regulatory forces governing insurance policies and claims. This course in this area provide inexperienced delegates with a foundation understanding and introduction to insurance laws and regulations. More experienced professionals in this field will develop a deeper understanding of this complex subject. Learn how to effectively manage insurance risk and develop strategies to handle claims – browse the list of training courses in Insurance law below and contact training providers directly by “requesting information”. This course, which includes a practical case study, provides a useful introduction to the key principles of insurance law and to insurance terms. It will also consider significant changes made by the UK Insurance Acts 2015.

Key concepts:

- Formation of the standard insurance contract, considering proposal forms and policies 

Formation of the insurance contract in the London insurance and reinsurance market, considering traditional documentation and documentation following market reform Introduction to the major players in the insurance market, including Lloyd’s and types of insurance companies.

Construing insurance policies
Effect of important insurance terms, such as warranties and conditions precedent
Insurers’ entitlement to avoid insurance for material non-disclosure and misrepresentation
Insurers’ remedies for breach of commercial insured’s duty to make a fair presentation
Insurers’ remedies for breach of consumer insured’s duty to take reasonable care not to make a
Resolution of disputes through the courts, arbitration, the Financial Ombudsman Service, or alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation


This course will include a practical case study which will deal with problems which frequently arise in insurance disputes.


What do courses in insurance law provide delegates with?
Insurance law is an important factor in today's business atmosphere which is applicable to many other business
sectors because of changing regulations that govern various types of business insurance in ternational liability,
commercial insurance, aviation insurance, etc. Insurance law courses provide delegates with a detailed
understanding of the real issues faced by insurance underwriters and claims professionals. Throughout the
courses participants will learn how to measure risk and analyse the structure of the market and key players. This
will enable candidates to better understand the process of how insurance policy is developed and which types of
insurance exist.


Who should attend training course in Insurance law?
This course in insurance is valuable for those working in various areas concerned with insurance and are aimed at professionals of different levels - those individuals who want to advance within the insurance industry, or begin a new career in the insurance industry. Intermediate courses are designed for candidates who already have a solid foundation in the area of insurance law and are willing to improve their qualifications.

This course is suitable for newcomers to the insurance industry who work in a customer servicing, handle claims or any other specific role. Such training is also beneficial for lawyers and other business professionals who indirectly work with contract and want to gain basic knowledge in regulation of insurance policies and claim handling.

Course Content:

Law & Legal
Contract Law
Employment law
Financial law
Insurance law
Pensions law
Tax regulations
Trade law
Common laws


Key Topics:
Utmost good faith
Insurable interest and indemnity


Route Options:
Employers Liability Insurance
Public Liability Insurance
Professional Indemnity Insurance
Personal Accident Insurance
Key Man Insurance
Office Insurance
Cyber and Data Risks Insurance
Online Retailer Insurance
Retail and Shop Insurance
Trades and Construction Insurance and Insurance product



27 November - 15 December



Brunel University 



4900 £ Per Person



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