Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode six - the interview

With the individual and team tasks now completed, it is time for the five remaining candidates to reflect on them as they sit down with Suzanne Liversidge, sponsor Kennedys’ own Alan Sugar.

Having researched and recorded a podcast; been grilled by insurtech dragons about their start-ups ideas to get investment; and designed and presented a cyber awareness campaign, which tasks took the apprentices the furthest out of their comfort zone; and what have they learned through the process?

What would they have done differently and how will they use the Claims Apprentice experience when they return to their day jobs?

Once these questions have been answered and Suzanne has consulted the mentors who have worked with and watched the candidates progress throughout, one of the quintet will be crowned the Claims Apprentice 2020. 

Watch now to find out if it is Daniel Brant (UIA Mutual), Alexandra Francis (Axa UK), Isaac Fuente (Nexus Underwriting), Kelly Huddleston (Covéa) or Kayleigh Lawson (Zurich Insurance).

And if you have been inspired by this series and would like to be involved in the third series, email jonathan.swift@infopro-digital.com to register your interest.

Episode Catch Up:

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode one - Meet the teams

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode two - Podcast challenge part one

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode three - Podcast challenge part two

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode four – Insurtech challenge 

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode five – Cyber challenge 

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