Sun Jul 11 2021
The CII gauges their membership bases opinion on the organisation due to growing unease
After their recent board meeting, the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) will be launching a full consultation and engagement initiative to their membership base, asking members their opinions about their relationship with the organisation and with the PFS (Personal Finance Society) and other related bodies.
The consultation, set to launch in September, will focus on all aspects of the groups membership offering, especially how they can better achieve recognition of the professionalism of their wider sector.
The disruption and distancing caused by the pandemic make this a very timely exercise. I committed at the AGM to consult with members about various issues that were the subject of discussion. This consultation will serve as a vehicle to ensure that all views are heard and that the forward vision is fully informed by members insights so that we can best meet our Royal Charter commitments.
The consultation will also act as a platform for the CII to put forward their proposals for their membership learning and assessment and "membership life-long career journey", seeking direct feedback from respondents.
The goal will be for the assessment to be complete by the end of 2022 when they will share their key findings with their members.
They’ll also be hosting several informal member only events over the summer, in conjunction with its volunteer membership institutes to follow up from the AGM.
Engagement with our members, our customers, the public and all of our stakeholders has always been of great value to the CII. Ahead of the launch of our professional map later this year, we had a planned consultation exercise in development. While input to this will remain a key area for focus, we are extending the breadth of the consultation to ensure it covers all aspects of our membership offering and our relationship, as a society of professional members, with the public.
Sun Jul 11 2021