I do not have an IARS account. Do you Train Non-members?
Since its registration in 2001, the Institute has represented the interests of members and offered training programmes aimed at advancing professionalism within the represented professions, and the wider field of Insurance. These include seminars on Fraud & Accident Investigations, Risk Surveying, Loss Adjusting Seminar and Members Luncheons.
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How can I join the IARS Membership?
To apply for membership, interested individuals are required to fill an application form, obtained from the secretariat or the Institute’s website, to be presented to the Secretary General for Council approval.
Once completed the application form should be sent to the CILA office, it may be e-mailed to () or presented phisically to our office located at the college of Insurance, South C, Nairobi.
Which Membership Package is best for me?
The categories of membership available where you can choose from are: Honorary, Associate, Ordinary, Fellow and Retired.
How much does it cost to be a member of IARS?
Upon recruitment as a member, one receives a Certificate of Membership which is renewed every year upon payment of a category-based membership subscription as: APPLICATION FEE : Ksh. 3,000
SUBSCRIPTION FEE : Ksh. 10,000 (annual)
Why are there different categories of membership?
The categories of membership generally indicate the level of qualification of the member. A Fellow is a Chartered Loss Adjuster of at least five years. A Fellow must have demonstrated five years’ Continuous Professional Development. An Associate is a Chartered Loss Adjuster who has either been qualified for less than five years or has simply decided not to apply for Fellowship status. Ordinary members are those who uphold the Charter, Bye-Laws and Professional Code of Conduct but have not completed all the examinations.