AAUI again sent representatives from Indonesia to attend the Insurance School of Japan Advance Course (ISJ-Advance Course), in the 28th edition of this year. AAUI sent two representatives from Indonesia to attend the Insurance School of Japan Advance Course 2018.
Those selected to participate in the 2018 Insurance School of Japan Advance Course have gone through a selection process carried out by AAUI, some of which have been chosen to represent AAUI is Trinita Situmeang from PT. Reasuransi Indonesia, who also serves as Chairperson of Statistics, Research, IT AAUI and Thomas Paitimusa from PT. Asuransi Multi Artha Guna.
This year’s School Insurance of Japan Advance Course is held on 18 June – 31 June 2018. Thanks to the collaboration between AAUI and The General Institute of Japan. Every year, AAUI sends representatives from Indonesia to take part in the Insurance School of Japan Advance Course and General Course.
Insurance School Of Japan Advanced Course is an education and training program for insurers in the East Asia region created by The General Insurance Institute of Japan, which is held annually in Tokyo, Japan since 1991. At the time the number of graduates of the Insurance School of Japan General Course in the year 1989, Insurance School of Japan’s reputation is getting better among insurers in East Asia. However, some participating countries expressed their hopes for advanced courses where they could exchange information and opinions about more specific subjects and topics through extensive discussion.
Then at that time, the Japanese Insurance Advisory Board, the advisory body for the Japanese Minister of Finance, and recommendations submitted by the Japanese government, as well as the Japanese insurance industry decided to start a new course, entitled ISJ-Advanced Course. The first course was held in May 1991 with the theme “Insurance Industry coping with Changes in Needs” Since then, this program has been held every year in addition to the general course program.
The program aims to provide participants with insight into the insurance market along with the challenges and problems that will be faced by providing an overview of current market conditions, insurance products and practices, and risk management respectively in the Japanese non-insurance industry.
Now the Insurance School Of Japan Advance Course has taken place 27 times, a total of 554 participants from 16 countries have participated in this program.