ANZIIF supports the educational and professional development of its members by partnering with insurance and financial services organisations to offer a number of academic awards and scholarships.
Each scholarship applicant may also earn six CIP points for their submission, where eligible.
For advice on writing a winning scholarship entry essay, download 'How to Write a Winning Scholarship Entry Essay'.
Submissions for the ANZIIF Turks bright Light Award is now open
The ANZIIF TurksLegal Claims Scholarship was born out of a passion for discussing hot topics and generating ideas in general insurance claims. Ten years on and that passion hasn't changed but the platform for presenting your ideas or views on claims has evolved to become the 'Bright Light Award'.
Now in its fourth year, the Bright Light Award is a platform for general insurance professionals to pitch an idea or opinion on general insurance claims to a panel of industry leaders.
The winner of the award will win a prize valued up to $6,500 - including $5,000 cash.
Entries can be done either as a team (of up to 3 people) or as an individual.
The Bright Light Award is open to all Australian residents and applicants must work directly in a capacity connected with general insurance (for the purposes of the entry criteria, the term 'general insurance' includes workers compensation), and be based in Australia. Entry is not open to members of the ANZIIF Board or ANZIIF employees.
Each Award participant will earn six CIP points where eligible.
The finalists will be invited to a short discussion to explore their idea in the last two weeks of November and the prizes will be awarded at the virtual ANZIIF General Insurance Breakfast on 1 December 2021.
Applications close at 5pm (AEDT) on Wednesday, 3 November 2021.
Watch the interview with the 2020 Bright Light Award winning team from NTI here.
Watch the winning submission of the 2020 Bright Light Award winners here.
Read the article about the 2019 Bright Light Award winner: Challenging the status quo Tracey Hind
View the 2019 Bright Light Award Winner Video Submission: Ethics and Procurement - Tracey Hind