Associate

Overview

Associate
Associate

Associate

The CILA Associate membership grade is the gold standard in claims. It demonstrates that you have depth and breadth of knowledge and also proven experience in the successful handling of claims. The assessment criteria includes technical knowledge, informed decision making, effective claim management and effective communication. Becoming an Associate of the CILA is a significant achievement and enables you to describe yourself as a Chartered Loss Adjuster.

To become an Associate of the CILA you must pass an assessment process called Accreditation for Chartered Status (ACS).

Until 31 Dec 2017 you can choose your method of assessment from the following 2 options:

1. 3½ hour written exam and a 3000 word Critical Analysis of a claim

Or

2. A panel interview, a 4500 word Summary of Experience and a 3000 word Critical Analysis of a claim

The panel interview will not be available after 31 Dec 2017.

The ACS assessment process is only available to CILA members who have successfully acquired the CILA Advanced Diploma qualification.

In addition to completing the ACS assessment process you must also demonstrate that you have at least 5 years experience working as a loss adjuster (reduced to 3 years if you hold a professional qualification approved by the Institute). If this experience is gained whilst working for a Chartered Loss Adjusting firm/s you will be eligible to become an Associate of the CILA (ACILA). If this experience is gained whilst working for a firm/s which is not a Chartered Loss Adjusting firm you will instead be eligible to become a Certified Member of the CILA (MCILA).

The entry fee for the ACS assessment process is £150.

April 2017 ACS Examination

Wednesday 5 April 2017
Scenario Based Paper 9.30am - 1.00pm

October 2016 ACS Examination

Wednesday 4 October 2017
Scenario Based Paper 9.30am - 1.00pm

To register for the ACS please go to:

https://online.cila.co.uk/exams/courseList.asp (login required)

To apply to be assessed by interview panel please use the form below.

April 2017


ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2017 questions (Business Interruption Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2017 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2017 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2017 questions (Property Domestic Paper)

October 2016


ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2016 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2016 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2016 questions (Property Domestic Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2016 examiner's comments

April 2016


ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2016 questions (BI Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2016 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2016 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2016 questions (Property Domestic Paper)

October 2015


ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2015 questions (BI Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2015 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2015 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2015 questions (Property Domestic Paper)

April 2015


ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2015 questions (BI Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2015 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2015 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
Property Commercial Examiner’s Comments
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2015 questions (Property Domestic Paper)
Property Domestic Examiner’s Comments
ACS Scenario Based Paper April 2015 questions (Subsidence Paper)

October 2014


ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2014 questions (BI Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2014 questions (Liability Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2014 questions (Property Commercial Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2014 questions (Property Domestic Paper)
ACS Scenario Based Paper October 2014 questions (Subsidence Paper)

 

 

John Hall

What our Members say

I would encourage others to consider completing the MSc. I found it very cathartic and the discipline and rigour of the academic process has been enlightening and rewarding to me both professionally and personally.

John Hall, MSc FCILA FRICS ACII FRSA FCABE FUEDI-ELEA BDMA

CATS Manager, Graham High Group