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Property & Casualty Exams

Insurance Data Management Association (IDMA)

Insurance Data Management Association
Founded to promote professionalism in the Data Management discipline, principally through education, IDMA creates and maintains a curriculum for developing insurance statistical, data administration and data quality professionals through education, testing and certification. The complete certifications and individual courses and examinations below meet the ACE industry knowledge requirement.

Associate Insurance Data Manager (AIDM®) – earned when students complete four IDMA courses. Students are not required to take these courses in any particular order.

Certified Insurance Data Manager (CIDM®) – earned when students complete the four IDMA courses and four select courses from a choice of other curricula: Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Life Office Management Association (LOMA), Society of Financial Examiners (SOFE), or Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS – FCAS or ACAS).

American Institute for CPCU / Insurance Institute of America

CPCU Program
Built on a foundation of broad technical knowledge, high ethical standards, and demonstrated industry experience, the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation program prepares you to meet the changes and challenges of a demanding risk management and insurance marketplace with confidence and professionalism.

CPCU 500
Foundations of Risk Management

CPCU 520
Insurance Operations, Regulation, and Statutory Accounting

AINS Program
The Associate in General Insurance (AINS) provides a solid foundation on which to build your career in insurance. INS courses provide you with a comprehensive knowledge of insurance principles, practices, and policies, while the segmented delivery of the courses allows you to focus your studies on a smaller portion of the material at a time.

Completing AINS 24—General Insurance for IT provides you with a comprehensive awareness of the overall business of insurance. Business analysts and IT professionals who have a thorough understanding of insurance processes are better able to support critical business functions and operations by making better business decisions.