Award in Motor Insurance

MQF/EQF Level 4 (6 ECTS Credits) Online Starting: 13th May 2024, 17.30 - 19.30

MITC offers this award as accredited by MFHEA.

Successful candidates will be eligible to claim for 25 CII insurance credits, which are valid for the attainment of the prestigious DIPCII qualification of the Chartered Insurance Institute. The full DIPCII Diploma requires 120 credits in total to complete.

This is an optional credit for those in pursuance of the DIPCII.

Motor insurance is very much in demand and on a day-to-day basis, it presents situations which are straightforward and easily handled. However, as in every other business, motor insurance can be complex and needs in depth knowledge especially in the evolving industry of insurtech and automation.

The programme is designed to explain the various technical, practical and legislative outlook of such an insurance class as the programme will delve in the various products in the market that cover private, commercial, motorcycles and motor trade risks, policy extensions and endorsements, exclusions, conditions, warranties, legal aspects, legislative framework including EU directives, underwriting, claims and the compensation fund.


Accreditation and MQF/EQF Level
The Malta Qualifications Council deems these Awards to be at Level 4 on the Malta Qualifications Framework (MQF), 6 ECTS.

  • To provide technical knowledge related to liability insurance policies, practice and operations
  • To achieve stand-alone awards that attract CII credits
  • To assist students in attaining Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) International Qualifications



The participant will:

  • understand the insurance risk assessment, underwriting and rating considerations
  • identify the relevant risks presented for insurance purposes
  • know the legal and regulatory requirements
  • quote and explain terms of motor insurance cover for different classes of insurance
  • understand how a motor claim is investigated, managed and settled


May 202413, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29
June 20243, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26
July 20241, 3

Lectures will be held every Monday and Wednesday from 5.30 – 7.30 pm

Lectures scheduled for  05 June and 03 July are revision sessions

Exam will be held on 10 July from 09:30-12:30 at MITC premises

The course consists of 32 contact hours and sessions are held twice weekly. A total of 16 sessions of 2 hours duration (5:30-7:30hrs).

Examination will be held between 0930-1230hrs.


There are no entry requirements to participate on this programme however a good working knowledge of the English language is required.

Student CV will be requested to verify this. A request for copies of certification and references will be made, if necessary.

The assessment is a three-hour examination consisting of two sections.

Part 1 is a short question set up, wherein the candidates are expected to answer 14 compulsory questions.

In Part 2, the candidates have a choice of 2 questions from 3 wherein they are expected to discuss case studies in an applied way or comment on a general basis.

The exam will test both facts, applied knowledge and the ability to relate to practice.

The pass mark is set at 55%

The re-sit will take place on the same date of the corresponding awards of the subsequent intake.

Re-sit exam fee is €60 inclusive of one (1) revision session.


The course fee includes:

  • Course material, notes, sample questions, specimen examination papers and/or other educational material
  • Examination and Certification
  • Companies effecting group bookings (four or more participants) are entitled to a 10% discount.
  • For group bookings kindly send an e-mail to
  • A 25% cancellation fee is payable for cancellations received within 15 days of the start of the programme.
  • No refund will be entitled after the commencement date of the programme.

Total Learning Hours

Full course: 30 hours

Hours include contact hours, supervised practice hours, self-study hours and assesment hours.


Hubert Said, ACII – Chartered Insurance Practitioner

Hubert joined GasanMamo Insurance in 1999 as part of the Motor Claims Department. After 11 years, he was promoted to a management position in the Motor underwriting Department. After 5 years in this position, he then moved on to the Network Department as a Customer Advocate and took care of the top tiered clients of the company servicing all of the insurance related requirements. Mr Said served as the technical point of reference for underwriting and claims matters including both motor and non-motor insurance business. Mr Said is also responsible for the branches and tied insurance intermediaries of GasanMamo Insurance.

Hubert Said is a fully qualified insurance professional having attained the Associateship from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). He is a regular lecturer at MITC and has been providing such services since 2011.

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Our courses are developed following in-depth research and consultation on the subject matter and the related market, thus ensuring participant needs are met. All our trainers are experts in their field and actively contribute towards the continuous development of the courses which they deliver.

Our training services are accredited by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA) and the European Qualifications Framework platforms. MITC’s homegrown insurance programmes are recognised by the renowned Chartered Insurance Institute, UK.

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