Claims Apprentice back for 2022 – get your application in today

Kelly Huddleston

We are on the hunt for the next Claims Apprentice, with the return of the popular video series for 2022.

Insurance Post and sponsor Kennedys are looking for confident, hard-working individuals working in claims who would like to test and broadcast their expertise and industry knowledge by taking part in this industry renowned video series.

The competition will again see the finalists take on a variety of team-based and individual tasks, which will ultimately be judged by Kennedys’ own Christopher Dunn.

If you have what it takes – or know someone within your team that fits the bill – then don’t delay and apply today. And you could follow in the illustrious steps of previous winners, Zurich’s Verity Ross and Covea’s Kelly Huddlestone (pictured).

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