Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM) Designation and Continuing Education Courses for Licensed Insurance Professionals and Adjusters in the United States
Established in 1909 and headquartered in Malvern PA, The Institutes is a leading provider of risk management and property-casualty insurance education. The Institutes’ knowledge solutions include the premier Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation, insurance education, other designation programs, online courses and programs, continuing education, industry research, executive education, custom solutions, and global reach for licensed insurance professionals and adjusters.
The Institutes are affiliated with the CPCU Society, a community of credentialed insurance professionals who promote excellence through their technical expertise and ethical behavior, and The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, a not-for-profit educational organization that promotes the study and teaching of risk management and insurance.
Certification & Training Programs
Associate in Marine Insurance Management (AMIM)
- Enhancing your specialized ocean and inland marine insurance knowledge, AMIM is the premier designation for all professionals handling marine insurance. By balancing the study of specialized ocean and inland marine insurance and underwriting content with material on the overall business of insurance, The Institutes' Associate in Marine Insurance Management program arms you with knowledge you can apply to a wide variety of situations.
- This is an intermediate level program and is suitable for - marine managers, agents and brokers, agency principals, claims adjusters, marine underwriters, risk managers, call center personnel, customer service representatives, and commercial package underwriters.
- To earn the Associate in Marine Insurance Management designation program you must complete four foundation courses and two elective courses. Foundation courses include - Ocean Marine Insurance, Inland Marine Insurance, Foundations of Risk Management and Insurance, and Business Law for Insurance Professionals.
Completing this program may earn you credit toward - Associate in General Insurance (AINS) and Associate in Insurance Services (AIS)
CEU Insurance Continuing Education
- Marine Insurance: This course explains fundamental concepts associated with marine insurance by first explaining why marine insurance is important. It then discusses types of loss covered under marine policies and then delves into the specifics of cargo insurance, hull policies, and insurance for recreational watercraft.
- Marine Insurance Claims Handling: Even if your job responsibilities revolve around other lines of insurance, familiarity with marine insurance claims handling will equip you to discuss with your customers how marine insurance differs from more conventional forms of coverage. This course’s survey of the most important issues associated with marine insurance claims handling gives you all the basics you’ll need to discuss topics such as marine claims handling process activities, handling marine cargo claims, and handling hull and P&I claims.