FAK 2627 Motor Insurance Claims Handling part B
This course is based on knowledge adapted from Motor Insurance and Motor Insurance Claims Handling A. The course is the last course for claims handlers wanting to achieve an authorization in Motor Insurance, and the topics examined thoroughly are of special importance.
After this course the students will have obtained a thorough knowledge of the Motor Vehicle Liability Act and other relevant rules and regulations concerning motor vehicle insurance, and will be able to account for practical claims handling by the rules and regulation regarding accidents and damages where motor vehicles is involved. They will obtain a thorough understanding regarding deprivation and recourse. The students will also obtain basic skills regarding the principles of claims for damages for personal injury, especially the first phase.
At the end of this course, the students will be able to solve most practical issues that may come into being in claims handling topics regarding damage done to property and simple personal injury claims in Motor Insurance.
During the course, the students should have acquired a conscious attitude to the fact that their professional choices and advices first and foremost are of importance for other people than themselves.
Settlements of claims regarding liability in negligence
Cases of doubt
Recourse (in-depth study)
Damages for personal injury.
Compensation according to Third party motor insurance
Motor Vehicle Liability Act (bal.) § 7
Organized as E-Learning based on self-tuition and 4 send-ins (not mandatory).
Intensive seminars are organized and participation is mandatory (2+2 days)
Higher Education Entrance Qualification
The courses Introduction to Insurance, Motor Insurance, Motor Insurance Claims Handling A and at least one year work experience at a Claims handling division.
|Exam category||Weight||Invigilation||Duration||Support materials||Grouping||Comment exam|
Form of assessment:
Internal and external examiner
Examination when next scheduled course
|100||Yes||5 Hour(s)||Individual||5 hours individual written exam. If used for Authorization the candidate must obtain at least grade C.|
|Form of assessment:||Written submission|
|Support materials:|| |
|Comment:||5 hours individual written exam. If used for Authorization the candidate must obtain at least grade C.|
|Exam code:||FAK 26271|
|Resit:||Examination when next scheduled course|
|Workload activity||Duration||Type of duration||Comment student effort|
|Prepare for teaching||12||Hour(s)||Preparation for intensive seminars|
|Teaching||32||Hour(s)||Partcipation on intensive seminars 4 days (2+2)|
|Submission(s)||35||Hour(s)||5 send-inns (not mandatory)|
|Group work / Assignments||16||Hour(s)||Exercises and activities on It's learning|
|Workload activity:||Prepare for teaching|
|Comment:||Preparation for intensive seminars|
|Comment:||Partcipation on intensive seminars 4 days (2+2)|
|Comment:||5 send-inns (not mandatory)|
|Workload activity:||Self study|
|Workload activity:||Group work / Assignments|
|Comment:||Exercises and activities on It's learning|
A course of 1 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of 26-30 hours. Therefore a course of 7,5 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of at least 200 hours.