As you know, all protection advisers need to do a minimum of 15 hours CPD every year. While 15 hours in a year doesn’t sound like a lot, when you’re busy looking after your clients - finding the time for this can be difficult. That’s why we will be adding new CPD resources regularly to help you achieve this.
CPD is split into two areas:
Structured – this is an activity that gives stated learning outcomes which are designed to help you achieve a specific learning need. Examples of this type of CPD include formal training courses/webinars, conferences and professional exams.
Unstructured – this is classed as a learning activity that hasn’t specifically been designed to meet a development need, but has fulfilled a learning outcome. Examples of CPD could include events, reading industry papers and publications.
Both types of CPD count towards your 15 hours. For more about the different types of CPD, please visit the CII's CPD website.
A CPD video for advisers in the protection and health insurance industry delivered by PR and Marketing experts, Rostrum on behalf of The Exeter. This video will give you practical advice on marketing your advisory business during challenging times.
We surveyed over 3,000 self-employed workers to understand more about their income, financial resilience and nature of work. Our findings highlight a diverse but financially fragile employment sector with many individuals who could benefit from a conversation around income protection. Download your copy.
We’ve teamed up with Cover Magazine to launch an interactive eBook focusing on our latest income protection research, Ill Prepared – the self-employed financial resilience report.
Chief Medical Officer for The Exeter and leading specialist in early cancer diagnosis, Professor Willie Hamilton shares his knowledge in this talk on Cancer Care: Present and Future.
In September 2019, the Association of British Insurers published a report by the New Policy Institute 'The impact of individual income protection on universal credit and the implication for policyholders', to provide more clarity on the potential interaction between individual income protection and universal credit.
The numbers are stark: 360,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer every year; 540 people going to hospital with heart attacks each day; 2 nearly one million unable to work for a month or more.