ASEAN Professional Insurance Diploma (APID)

This professional certification is recognised by the ASEAN Insurance Council and has been jointly developed and marketed by five ASEAN Training and Academic Institutions. The certification comprises of five (5) micro-certifications from all five countries.

  • Indonesia: Insurance Council of Indonesia (DAI)
  • Malaysia: The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII)
  • Philippines: Insurance Institute for Asia and the Pacific (IIAP)
  • Singapore: Singapore College of Insurance (SCI)
  • Thailand: Thailand Insurance Institute (TII)

The Objective of APID:

  • Develop regional insurance talent with an overarching understanding of the ASEAN insurance industry to operate and lead in ASEAN-based organisations
  • Enhance talent mobility within the ASEAN Insurance market as part of the ASEAN Economic Community’s (AEC) vision of ASEAN as a single market characterised by the free flow of capital, skills and resources.

Recommended for:
Those who have completed any of the following certification/diploma:
  • Associateship of Malaysian Insurance Institute level 2 awarded by MII
  • Advanced Diploma in General Insurance and Risk Management awarded by SCI
  • A2IK (Level 7) Professional Certification awarded by LSP AAMAI
  • IIAP Associateship Program awarded by IIAP
  • Diploma in General Insurance awarded by TII

Learning Outcome for Micro-Cert Malaysia
Module 1: ASEAN Insurance Market Practices (Underwriting & Claims)
  1. Understand the general insurance market landscape in Malaysia
  2. Understand the regulatory landscape and its implications for insurance professionals
  3. Examine the unique practices in General Insurance operations in Malaysia
  4. Insight into the insurance products and solutions in Malaysia
  5. Identify the impact of technology and disruptions to underwriting and claims

Module 2: Climate Risk Management and Environmental Risk Management in ASEAN
  1. Understand climate change and its impact on Malaysia
  2. Delve into the evolving regulatory landscape with regards to climate change and its implications for Malaysian insurance professionals
  3. Insight into specific insurance products and solutions in response to climate change
  4. Understand the adaptation and mitigation strategies employed to address the impact of climate change

Contact Info

The Malaysian Insurance Institute 197701004772 (35445-H),
Level 6, Bangunan AICB,
No. 10 Jalan Dato’ Onn,
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

Tel : +603 2712 8882

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