Isioma Chukwuma, the 47th president of the chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria having completed has two years tenure is set to leave the institute. Chukwuma was the president and chairman of council between July 15 to
In her valedictory speech to council members and management of the institute on Tuesday showed her achievement in deepening insurance awareness and penetration which was the focus of her administration.
Re-echoing the theme of her presidency ‘Consolidating the Gains Of The Industry For National Economic Growth” , chukwuma observed that she succeeded in promoting the ideals of the Insurance Industry Consultative Council (IICC).
“I will like to report that the ideals of the Insurance Industry Consultative Council have been well sustained. The IICC has been able to hold three very successful editions of the National Insurance Conference.
On her achievements include reinforcing the huge potentials of the college of insurance and financial management (CIFM).
“Through sustained publicity, various training programs have been holding successfully at the College. The College is now well grounded and has held two graduation ceremonies for its diploma students.”
According to her, the Institute during her presidency has been able to consistently benchmark its curriculum to be at par with frontline Insurance Institutes across the globe. “This is to ensure that CIIN certificate holders can continuously compete favorably with their counterparts in these climes.”
According to Chukwuma, in continuation of the efforts of the two past presidents before me to present and distribute the Institute’s sponsored Insurance Textbooks for Senior Secondary Schools, presentations were made to the following States through their various Commissioners for Education; Rivers, Imo, Enugu, Ekiti, The State of Osun, Kaduna and Kano. “In Kano, about 100 copies of the books were presented to His RoyalHighness, Muhammadu Sanusi II, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, CON,the Emir of Kano in his palace.”
“The Train-the-Trainers project is a veritable platform for up scaling insurance education and ensuring that insurance teachers possess the required skills for imparting the necessary knowledge to the future generation of insurance practitioners. The Train the Trainers Workshop was expected to be held in all the states where the textbooks had been presented. I must admit that not much was done in this regard as the Workshop could be carried out in only three States; Ekiti, Enugu and Kaduna”