BVS was previously awarded CII (Chartered Insurance Institute) accreditation for their in-house training programmes dealing with general building claims and have now achieved the same recognition for their subsidence claim training.
The CII accreditation provides formal recognition of high quality learning and a company training programme’s contribution to professional development. The Subsidence Claims Validation training is the only programme in the UK specifically focusing on subsidence awarded CII CPD accreditation.
Managing director Chris Brown commented: “Achieving accreditation from the CII for two training programmes is a fantastic achievement for us. Our USP is our innovation and having the only subsidence-focussed training programme in the UK to be awarded CII accreditation is a real demonstration of our commitment to providing the most professional and committed service to the sector.”
Giles Carter head of BVS Subsidence and pictured above added: “The accreditation will not only help us to ensure the highest possible service for our clients and their customers, but will also enable us to invest and develop our current employees and attract new ones to the business as we continue to grow.”
Tamsin Mills, director of accreditation services at the CII, said: "BVS has demonstrated their commitment to raising professional standards through their in-house training programmes.
"The CII is always keen to support educational activities and training programmes that encourage personal development and builds upon professional standards in our sector. We are delighted to recognise this achievement by awarding BVS with CII CPD accreditation."
"The accreditation will not only help us to ensure the highest possible service for our clients and their customers, but will also enable us to invest and develop our current employees."
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