Professional development (PD)
PD is the process of keeping professional skills and knowledge up-to-date through either formal or informal activities. ANZIIF recognises all types of PD delivered by all quality training providers, including training provided by companies in-house.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
The AQF is a unified system of national qualifications in schools, vocational education and training (TAFEs and private providers) and the higher education sector (mainly universities).
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is the process of providing credit for previously completed qualifications, work experience and life experience. Prior learning is evaluated and compared with the requirements of the ANZIIF course modules to determine credit(s) granted.
ANZIIF Qualified Member
An ANZIIF qualified member has successfully completed an ANZIIF qualification, or recognised equivalent, and been elected to one of the following membership levels: Fellow, Senior Associate, Associate or Affiliate.
CIP and ASIC RG 146
ANZIIF members who meet the CIP requirements and include training in regulation, compliance and disclosure, will in most circumstances have also met the ongoing training requirements of ASIC RG 146.
It’s a necessary requirement of both ASIC and ANZIIF that members be able to produce documentary.
How do I maintain my CIP status?
As a qualified member do I need to register as a CIP each year?
Can I earn CIP points for activities I am paid for?
Can I earn CIP points for product training?
Can I earn CIP points for voluntary services to the industry and community?
Can I earn CIP points from activities conducted ‘in-house’?
Can PD activities I complete for another professional organisation or company count towards CIP?
Do I need to keep a record of the PD activities I participate in?
How do I offer CIP Accreditation through a non-ANZIIF event?
How is my CIP status acknowledged?
You will be able to use the CIP digital badge in addition to your normal membership post-nominal, i.e. ANZIIF (Snr Assoc) CIP.
The CIP post-nominal is a public declaration that you have specialist skills and knowledge in your chosen field of insurance/finance and that you are committed to continuing to improve your knowledge and professional standards.