CII teams up with education company to support T levels

'Route into a rewarding career'

Julia Bahr
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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has joined forces with education company Pearson to support the launch of T Level courses that lead to a career in the insurance and personal finance profession.

The CII is part of the panel that validate content for the two-year ‘Finance T Level' courses, which follow-on from GCSEs and are equivalent to three A levels, it said. ‘Finance T levels' were first introduced in September 2022 and consist of a placement within the profession across nine weeks and include occupational specialist learning covering knowledge of insurance practice, investments, wealth management, financial compliance, and risk analysis. The professional body said it endorsed the ‘Insurance T Level', which will be offered to college students by Pearson, a London-based edu...

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