Diploma of Insurance Broking

Kaplan Professional

This qualification is part of the Financial Services Training Package. It is designed to reflect job roles in insurance broking, such as team members or leaders in a large organisation/small business practice or sole operators. Students will learn the skills to perform such work functions as: identifying risk within a client's broking portfolio; negotiating and resolving disputes and reviewing and reporting losses. Elective streams include ASIC tier 1, Customer service and sales, Finance, Information management, Operations, Risk management and, Team and organisation.

Entry Requirements:

No minimum education


10 units: 7 core; 3 elective

Subjects you can Study:

Core: Deliver professional insurance broking services; Review service performance; Implement changes to broking client's insurance program; Negotiate complex claims settlement for insurance broking client; Prepare submission for new business; Manage complex risk portfolio for a broking client; Monitor broking client requirements and establish loss control programs; plus electives.

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 03102C (NSW)*

Related Careers:

Insurance Broker,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Perth No info No Online
Perth No info No
Sydney No info No Online
Sydney No info No
Brisbane No info No Online
Brisbane No info No
Melbourne No info No Online
Melbourne No info No
Kaplan Professional is Australia's largest online provider of postgraduate qualifications in applied finance and financial planning, with over 21,000 alumni.

Kaplan Professional exists to enable students to achieve their educational and career goals through industry-relevant learning that is respected by employers across the country.

Courses draw on the knowledge and experience of over 500 industry professionals and academics from leading Australian financial institutions to ensure students gain the essential skills required in today's competitive financial services industry.

Practitioners work closely with Kaplan Professional curriculum staff to develop subject content, deliver online lectures and facilitate student discussion forums. Therefore, course content is relevant, up to date and can be immediately applied in the workplace.

These connections with working professionals ensure an Australian industry perspective is delivered within a global context. As a result, students will learn from real-world industry case studies and explore technical issues to ensure their learning is practical and relevant.

Many Kaplan Professional practitioners are former graduates of the courses and active alumni members.

Provider CRICOS: 03102C (NSW)*

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