Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

Introduction

MII Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) is a systematic process that involves the identification, documentation and assessment of prior experiential learning to determine the extent to which an individual has achieved the desired learning outcomes, for access to a programme of study and/or award of credits.

APEL provides an opportunity for individuals that working in the industry but qualified in other discipline to pursue a professional insurance qualification. In general, knowledge obtained through other formal education and couple with specialized experience to qualified for credit exemption.

APEL can be used as an award of credits for the following levels of qualification:
a) Certification Programme
b) Professional Programme

APEL is a vehicle for bringing experienced people to pursue academic achievement. It reassures that individuals do not have to start from scratch and that the skills they already have are valuable. The growing body of research on the subject has revealed evidence that APEL has many benefits to various stakeholders, i.e., learners, institutions, employers and the nation.

Click below to download full APEL Guidebook:
APEL Guidebook

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PARTNER AND AFFILIATE

Bank Negara Malaysia   Asian Institute of Finance The General Insurance Association of Malaysia   Life Insurance Association of Malaysia   Association of Malaysian Loss Adjusters   Malaysian Takaful Association   ASEAN Insurance Training and Research Institute   Malaysian Financial Planning Council   National Association of Malaysian Life Insurance Fieldforce and Advisers   Financial Sector Talent Enrichment Programme   Islamic Banking and Finance Institute Malaysia  

Asian Institute of Chartered Bankers   Insurance Services Malaysia   Securities Industry Development Corporation   Finance Accreditation Agency   MITBA