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It’s not always essential to attain a university degree for a career in insurance. However, it’s recommended you complete a qualification if you want to work in a specific area of insurance, such as general insurance, life insurance or insurance broking. Although a qualification may not be required for many insurance roles, compliance training may be required by your employer.

An insurance broker provides insurance advice to clients based on their individual circumstances Brokers are knowledgeable with a range of insurance policies and can help their clients identify what insurance they require.

General insurance covers a variety of general day to day insurance categories, including travel insurance, car insurance, and home and contents insurance.

Life insurance provides financial security to individuals if an unexpected event happens. Life insurance covers a variety of scenarios, such as critical illness, permanent disabilities, income protection and life cover.

To become an insurance broker in Australia, an employer or future employer may recommend you complete a qualification at diploma level to have a greater understanding about insurance broking.  Kaplan Professional offer the FNS51215 Diploma of Insurance Broking to help you get ahead as an insurance broker in the insurance industry.

There are no minimum education requirements to become an insurance broker in Australia. It’s recommended individuals who are working in the insurance industry attain the FNS51215 Diploma of Insurance Broking to get a head as an insurance broker.

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