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Associate in Claims - AIC

Associate in Claims
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With several specialty tracks to choose from, AIC is the premier designation for all claims professionals.

This Program Is Recommended For

Claims Professionals working for:

  • Agents
  • Brokers
  • Insurers
  • Independent Adjusters
  • Third Party Administrators

Course Levels

  • Intermediate

Completion Time Frame

Complete the program in as little as 18-24 months.

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What requirements should I be aware of? Program Requirements

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"The AIC designation has been a tremendous credential that has opened professional doors for me, while widening my perspective of the world of claims. Having this designation helps differentiate you in a competitive employment marketplace, and it imparts knowledge that is useful in meeting the daily challenges that confront claims professionals." 

Kevin Quinley, CPCU, AIC, ARM, AIM, ARe
Vice President, Risk Services
Berkley Life Sciences, LLC

Bottom-Line Benefits:

Be ready when that promotion opens up.

72%

of AIC completers received a promotion within two years of earning the designation.

Gain the technical knowledge you need to succeed.

93%

of AIC completers gained advanced knowledge.

Secure your value to your organization.

78%

of AIC completers attributed earning AIC to added job security.

Did You Know?

Completing this program may earn you credit toward:

 

"The AIC designation has been a tremendous credential that has opened professional doors for me, while widening my perspective of the world of claims."

 


Kevin Quinley, CPCU, AIC, ARM, AIM, ARe

Vice President Risk Services

Berkley Life Sciences, LLC

Course Requirements
  • Complete two foundation courses
  • Choose your specialty track
  • Complete Ethics 311 or 312

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Program Requirements

Education

In order to earn the AIC designation, you must pass two foundation courses plus complete all courses in your specialty track. You can also earn the Associate in Claims—Management (AIC-M) designation by completing the AIC program plus AIC 47 Claims Leadership and Organizational Alignment.
 
 

Ethics

To satisfy the Ethics requirement, you must pass one of the following free, 50-question online exams:
 
  • Ethics 311 Ethical Guidelines for Insurance Professionals
  • Ethics 312 Ethics and the CPCU Code of Professional Conduct

 

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