Courses covering the various pieces of legislation that impact the industry.

Format:     Course
Level:          Introductory
Duration:  30 mins
Insurers and brokers operates under difficult conditions and faces many challenges in a increasingly more onerous legislative environment...

Overview of the Industry

Format:     Course
Level:          Introductory
Duration:  30 mins
Treating customers fairly (TCF) is the new mantra in financial services, and will be at the heart of future supervision and regulation in South Africa.

TCF

Format:    Course
Level:         Introductory
Duration:  30 mins

A binder agreement is an outsourcing agreement between an insurer and a third party, typically a broker, administrator or underwriter...

Binder Regulations

PRE-REGISTER: COMING NOVEMBER 2018

Course
Duration
: 45 mins
Before the introduction of FAIS, clients who received poor advice & service from insurance agents/brokers could only try to resolve their issues by going to court and in some instances there may have been relief through an Ombud scheme.  

FAIS

PRE-REGISTER: COMING NOVEMBER 2018

Course
Duration
: 30 mins
FICA (Financial Intelligence Centre Act) imposes specific responsibilities on financial institutions including the requirement to “Know Your Client”...

FICA

PRE-REGISTER: COMING NOVEMBER 2018

Course
Duration
: 30 mins
The SAIA Code of Conduct sets out detailed and comprehensive guidelines to ensure transparent and ethical business practices for SAIA member companies and also their contracted associates.

SAIA Code of Conduct

PRE-REGISTER: COMING APRIL 2019

Course
Duration
: 45 mins

In law, the basic assumption is that damage, or harm, lies where it falls, that is, each person must bear the damage he suffers. If someone drives his car negligently and collides with a wall...

Sources of Liability

PRE-REGISTER: COMING APRIL 2019

Course
Duration: 30 mins
The RAF provides personal injury and, when applicable, death compensation to those injured in motor vehicle accidents, provided the accidents weren’t caused solely by them. The person responsible for the accident is also, in terms of the RAF legislation, indemnified against any claims for compensation for bodily injury (save for so-called “emotional shock” claims).

Road Accident Fund