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UCL Natural Hazards course now open - apply!

UCL Natural Hazards course now open - apply! The world is fraught with risk, much of which is climate-related. More geographers are seeing the links between their subject area and insurance - and the CII is hosting events that bring both areas together. 

UCL is a world-class university. Its unique, CII-accredited, Natural Hazards for Insurers postgraduate certificate programme is designed specifically to help tackle this growing threat. It offers insurance professionals and graduates a deeper understanding of natural hazards and how their impacts can be managed or avoided. 

It's ideal for those already working as catastrophe modellers, underwriters and brokers as well as those considering these areas. 

The course offers a flexible programme that accommodates the demands of a full-time professional career. The core content centres on hazards of most immediate interest to the market, notably windstorms, floods and earthquakes.

The course provides 60 prior learning credits towards completion of the CII's Advanced Diploma in Insurance (ACII). For those who already hold the ACII, the course can count as the major achievement for CII Fellowship. 

For further information about the programme, click here

For more information contact course director Professor Bill McGuire at, quoting reference CIIDR. 

The deadline for applications is 1 September 2017. 
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