Skills and talent requirements come under spotlight
21st February 2023Tweet
The evolving skills and talent requirements of the insurance claims sector will come under the spotlight at a new ILC event taking place in April.
Headline sponsored by specialist training provider Wiser Academy, and backed by some major names from across the insurance claims sector, the inaugural ILC New Generation in Claims event will take place at etc.venues Manchester on 26 April.
Shining a light on the widely acknowledged and frequently talked about requirement for new people – both younger generations and from a broad diversity of experiences – the New Generation in Claims event aims to unpick the current state of talent acquisition and retention within the sector.
The day’s agenda – soon to be revealed – is designed to understand what factors are at play influencing talent recruitment, retention and upskilling; how people challenges can influence positive change across business; and openly discuss the skills requirements within claims for the future.
Crescens George, CEO of Wiser Academy said, “People need new skills in the workplace to account for the sweeping changes brought about by technology, innovation and consumer behaviour. The challenge is exacerbated by the shortage of talent coming into the insurance industry. Nevertheless, this is not an insoluble problem, especially if there is a collective effort – including through initiatives like New Generation in Claims – to bring forward new ideas which make this industry an attractive place to build a career.”
The event – which includes attendees from a rich cross-section of the claims industry including actuaries, insurers, loss adjusters, MGAs, suppliers and underwriters – is targeted at those involved in any function of HR, recruitment, and training, as well as team leaders and all newcomers to the insurance claims space.
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