Business As Usual At The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII)
As we face harsher and continuous challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to assure all our customers, members, and partners in the industry that it is business as usual for us at MII.
Our teams are working remotely, and we will continue to serve you to the best of our abilities. Please note that our counters and library at our new office located at the AICB Building are closed from 1 June 2021 until government restrictions are lifted.
All confirmed virtual programmes and examinations will be conducted as scheduled. For candidates registered for examinations at our centres across the country, our team has been in touch to make alternative arrangements.
For any assistance or updates about our programmes, examinations and services, please feel free to contact us at +603 2712 8882, via web chat or email us at:
Looking to advance your career in the insurance industry?
Check out MII’s Recommended Role Based Learning Pathway!
MII’s structured learning path is designed for insurance professionals to acquire and master the requisite levels of technical knowledge and competency to perform their role effectively and efficiently.
Through the experiential learning journey in the Associateship of The Malaysian Insurance Institute (AMII) programme, insurance professionals will be better prepared to face the unique challenges in the business environment, as a competent, skilled and experienced professional. So to stay ahead and make your mark as a true insurance professional, this learning pathway will help you gain relevant and critical insurance fundamentals to advance towards higher order technical knowledge.
Click HERE to learn more about MII’s Recommended Role Based Learning Pathway.
Become an MII Member
Be part of us!
As an MII member, you will be given special access to industry updates, MII promotions and upcoming activities. We keep you ahead of the rest.
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Members & Affiliates enjoy complimentary admission and reference services at the largest insurance library in Asia, the MII Knowledge Centre.
Complimentary access to INSURANCE e-Magazine
The INSURANCE e-Magazine helps you stay up-to-date with latest industry news and trends as well as special features by leading industry players. All members get complimentary access to MII’s quarterly publication at www.miipublications.com.my.
Click HERE to learn more about MII Membership.
Join Alumni group
The MII Alumni is open to all active Fellow and Associate members of MII who have completed their Fellowship of MII and Associateship of MII respectively.
FINAL CALL for e-Certificate of The Malaysian Insurance Institute (e-CMII) Registration
Closing Date: 12/8/2021
Final Examination* Date: 18/9/2021 *last examination for 2021
Learn at your own pace, anytime and anywhere with MII’s Online Learning Content version of the Certificate of The Malaysian Insurance Institute (CMII), also known as e-CMII. This online self-study programme is suitable for those who want to be professionally certified via a flexible study mode.
e-CMII is your first step into your journey as an insurance professional.
Promotional fee of RM400 will end by August 2021.
To find out more and to register, click on this link.
Not sure what MII’s Online Learning Content (OLC) modules look like?
To get a sneak peek into our self-paced e-learning modules, click here to register for a 5-Day FREE Trial Access. The free trial access includes samples of content from existing OLC modules offered for subscription via iLMS.
If you like what you see, subscribe to MII’s e-learning modules on the iLMS platform and get CPD Points too!
We also offer customisation services for a more effective learning journey that suits business need. For more information on customisation, drop us an email at email@example.com.
Complimentary access to MII
e-Learning modules worth RM600 when you become an MII Member!
Click on the module titles below to see a demo of the e-Learning modules:
This e-module explains in detail about the various activities categorised as corruption under the MACC Act 2019 and the significance of Section 17A.
All MII Examinations Are Conducted Online
As the industry’s preferred examination facilitator and in efforts to cater to the current needs of our customers locally and internationally, MII conducts all its examinations fully online via two modes:
Computer-Based Examination (CBE)
CBE sessions are conducted at selected computer lab facilities throughout West Malaysia and East Malaysia. At these facilities, candidates can sit for examinations without having to worry about technical requirements and connectivity. The facilities are well-equipped with computers and an integrated exam system to ensure seamless and stress-free experience for all candidates. For the full listing on our CBE Centres, click HERE.
Virtual Computer-Based Examination (VCBE)
VCBE sessions are conducted online using video technology on digital platforms with remote live invigilation. The VCBE is a convenient and a safe option for those who wish to sit for examinations at the comforts of their home. For more details on VCBE requirements, guides and how to register, click on this link.
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