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Insurance industry players and stakeholders embraced the new identity of the Insurance Training College Formerly The Insurance Institute of Uganda.

Min. of Fin. Planning and Econ. Dev't Hon Matia Kasaija (4th right) unveils the ITC logo on Dec 5th, 2019     .

Insurance Training College unveiled


By Agnes E Nantaba 

The transformation set in motion the start of the rebranding process into a public College. And time didn’t wait for its other self, the curtain was raised on Thursday December 5th, 2019 with a completely new identity, changed the logo, the new tagline and brand new color scheme.

In May 2017, parliament passed the insurance act 2017 which among others lawed the transformation of the Insurance Institute of Uganda (IIU) into The Insurance Training College.

Hon Matia Kasaija, Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development officiated at the unveiling of the ITC logo and identity at the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala. At the event that doubled as the 2019 insurance industry annual dinner, Kasaija applauded the unswerving efforts of insurance industry players over the years in establishing and gaining recognition of professional insurance training.


“The rebranding and transition into a private institution is a recommitment to providing a clear articulation pathway for those who wish to pursue a career in insurance,” said Kasaija,


“The rebranding and transition from an insurance institute to an insurance College signifies the status of the insurance profession and industry in the progression pathway for a career in professional insurance”.

Kasaija also reechoed government commitment to boosting all components of the financial the sector to realize middle-income status and vision 2040 through strengthening supervisory role and efforts of all jurisdictions in finance for which insurance is very key.

Alhaji Kaddunabbi Ibrahim Lubega, Chief Executive Officer of the Insurance Regulatory Authority of Uganda implored the College to carry out a nation-wide awareness campaign on professional insurance training as well as other training packages to bring to speed all stakeholders and the general public on the benefits of insurance.

In his remarks, Saul Sseremba, Chief Executive Officer of the College reiterated the efforts of all stakeholders that enabled the College register tremendous success during the year. Sseremba highlighted the acquisition of a college permanent home, holding the very first international insurance Conference attended by over 250 local and foreign delegates and the successful gaining of the CII examination center as well as an ICDL testing center.

Sseremba said, “This is not just a mere change of guards but total commitment to focus on you our stakeholders, sustain a premier global brand producing highly competent human capital for the entire financial services sector”.

The evening also climaxed the 2019 training calendar for the College after graduating up to 1005 graduates in the different disciplines ranging from the Certificate of Proficiency (COP) to the Diploma in Insurance.

This according to Sseremba is a signal that our industry is not only responding positively to the professionalism drive but also has high confidence in the works of the College.  

“We have now gained momentum to start the plans of rolling out the Advanced Diploma in Insurance”, said Sseremba.

The transformation means a transition from a private entity to a public institution which is an opportune time for the College to consolidate its strength and further, exploit the opportunities necessary to deliver a competent human capital for the insurance industry.



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