The Insurance Apprentice is all about skills development as eight young individuals’ complete tasks, and at the same time showcase the exciting and fun side of the industry, while being filmed. We have supported the initiative over the last couple of years and it’s become one of our favourite reality-type shows.
Entries opened on the 1st of April 2019 and will close on the 31st of August 2019 (Saturday).
If you have been chosen to go through to the second round, you will be notified by mid-September. Read more about the process here.
What is The Insurance Apprentice all about?
Many people perceive the insurance industry as boring…. well they are wrong, and this is where The Insurance Apprentice comes in!
The Insurance Apprentice is all about skills development as eight young individuals’ complete tasks, and at the same time showcase the exciting and fun side of the industry, while being filmed. The aim is to excite more young people about what our industry has to offer, what the benefits are and how many growth opportunities there are.
Why you should enter
As many of the previous contestants will agree, The Insurance Apprentice gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself, to grow on a personal and professional level and showcase what you are all about. To top it all off the competition offers excellent prizes.
The 2019 edition and fifth season was won by Colin Lunsky. He believes, “the exposure is priceless and if you are looking to make a mark, then this may be your platform. It will further your career, give you untold amounts of exposure and allow senior people in the industry to take note and see you as an asset to the industry.”
Back in 2016, our Kurt Solomon took a Ferrari Mondial (courtesy of Pablo Clark Racing) for a spin while chatting (and singing along) with the 2016 Insurance Apprentice winner, Andre Brooks (Price Forbes).
So what are you waiting for? Apply today by following this link. A reminder that you need to be younger than 35 and have more than four years short term insurance experience to qualify for selection.