Claims Apprentice 2020 – sign up now to take part in series two

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The 2019 Claims Apprentice winner Verity Ross with Kennedys senior partner Nick Thomas

After a phenomenally successful first series Insurance Post is delighted to say that we have teamed up with law firm Kennedys again for a second series of The Claims Apprentice in 2020.

As per the BBC show, the selected candidates will be invited to take part in a variety of filmed challenges, where the chosen finalists will test themselves and their business acumen through both individual and team-based tasks, with plenty of opportunities for learning, not least from the senior industry figures who will be moderating each one.

Kennedys’ own head of innovation, Richard West, will be taking on the role of Alan Sugar to help decide the winner. 

The resulting episodes will be screened in 2020 throughout March and April at

As well as the accolade of being crowned The Claims Apprentice 2020, the winner will also receive an iPad Pro and 2nd-gen Apple Pencil. An interview with the winner will also be published in Insurance Post.

In order to take part in the Claims Apprentice series, make sure you book out the following dates for filming:

  • 10-12th February 2020
  • 28th February 2020

If you feel you have what it takes to follow it the footsteps of the 2020 winner, Zurich’s Verity Ross then sign up today by clicking here.

To catch up with the 2019 episodes click here.


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