Certification

Our trust marks

Competences


Staff

You want your staff skills to be recognized and remarked: certification is a useful response.
 
To be certified, your staff must :
  • Be in operation and demonstrate real professional experience,
  • Pass written and oral tests of a high technical level, 
  • Undertake to respect a code of professional ethics, 
  • Undergo annual monitoring of their work and update their knowledge.
Staff certification is currently awarded by Insurance Experts and Assessors (IEA) involved in damage assessment after a loss.
 
General certification reference document : EEA G100 - Juin 2014
 

For general IEA experts,
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
GENERAL IEA EXPERT

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments in sectors involving   building, construction, civil engineering, appliances and facilities,   immaterial damages and goods.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals :
- Law and liabilities,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Building, construction and   civil engineering,
- Appliances and facilities,
- Finance.

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills :
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T101 - Janvier 2014
Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
For IEA experts specialised in building
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
SPECIALISED IEA EXPERT- BUILDING

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   building, construction, and civil engineering.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals:
- Law and liabilities   involved in building,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Building, construction and   civil engineering,

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills:
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

EEA T102-1 Reference document - January   2014
 Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
  
For IEA experts specialised in appliances and facilities,
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
SPECIALISED IEA EXPERT – APPLIANCES AND FACILITIES

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   appliances and facilities.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals:
- Law and liabilities   involved in appliances and facilities,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Appliances and facilities.

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills:
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T102-2 - Janvier 2014
Dossier de candidature

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
 
For IEA experts specialised in immaterial damages and goods,
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
SPECIALISED IEA EXPERT – IMMATERIAL DAMAGES AND   GOODS

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   immaterial damages and goods.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals :
- Law and liabilities   applied to immaterial damages and goods,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Immaterial damages and   goods.

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills :
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T102-3 - Janvier 2014
Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
 
For IEA experts specialised in agricultural losses
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
SPECIALISED IEA EXPERT - AGRICULTURAL LOSSES

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   agriculture.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals :
- Law and liabilities   applied to agricultural losses,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Agriculture

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills :
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T102-5 - Janvier 2014
Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2017 -
 
For IEA experts specialised in theft,
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
SPECIALISED IEA EXPERT - THEFT

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to the   development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   theft.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals :
- Law and liabilities   applied to theft,
- Damage prevention and   coverage,
- Property insurance,
- Theft.

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess the   following personal qualities and skills :
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal skills   essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact and the   ability to listen,
- The ability to demonstrate   sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their responsibility as an   expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure that   his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply Professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T102-8 - Janvier 2014
Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
 

Pour le domaine des experts EEA spécialité Transports de Marchandises,

les critères de certification comprennent la formation initiale, la formation continue, l'expérience, les qualités personnelles, l'indépendance et l'aptitude au management et à la conduite de projet.
  
EEA SPECIALITE TRANSPORTS DE MARCHANDISES

Expérience professionnelle

L'expérience requise doit contribuer au développement d'un savoir-faire technique utile à la mission de l'expert dans les domaines du Transports de Marchandises.

Formation

L'expert doit avoir achevé une formation à la fois initiale et continue pour développer ses compétences dans la conduite de l'expertise :
- droit commun et règlementations applicables aux Transports de Marchandises.
- prévention et protection des dommages,
- principes applicables à l'assurance,
- Transports de Marchandises

Qualités et compétences personnelles

L'expert doit posséder les qualités et compétences personnelles suivantes :
- capacité à exprimer clairement des concepts et des idées, aussi bien à l'écrit qu'à l'oral,
- qualités relationnelles indispensables à l'efficacité de l'expertise, tels que la diplomatie, le tact et la capacité d'écoute,
- capacité à faire preuve d'une indépendance et d'une objectivité suffisantes pour remplir sa responsabilité d'expert,
- qualités personnelles d'organisation nécessaires à l'efficacité d'expertise,
- capacité à porter des appréciations basées sur des preuves tangibles.

Entretien des compétences

L'expert doit veiller à ce que ses connaissances et ses compétences dans la réalisation d'expertises soient tenues à jour.

Déontologie professionnelle

L'expert doit s'imposer le respect d'une déontologie professionnelle.

Référentiel de certification

Référentiel EEA T102-9 - Mars 2016
Dossier de candidature

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2016 -
For IEA experts specialised in yachting,
the certification criteria include initial training, continuing education, experience, personal qualities, independence as well as management and project management capabilities.
  
IEA EXPERTS - YACHTING

Professional experience

The experience required must contribute to   the development of technical know-how useful for expert assignments involving   yachts.

Training

The expert must have   completed training both initial and continuing to develop his/her skills in   appraisals :
- Naval architecture,
- Rigging and deck   equipment,
- Propulsion, diverse   electrical and electronic systems,
- Appraisal regulations,
- Losses.

Personal qualities and skills

The expert must possess   the following personal qualities and skills :
- The ability to clearly   express concepts and ideas, both written and oral,
- The interpersonal   skills essential to the efficiency of the appraisal, such as diplomacy, tact   and the ability to listen,
- The ability to   demonstrate sufficient independence and objectivity to fulfil their   responsibility as an expert,
- The personal   organizational qualities necessary for an effective appraisal,
- The ability to make   assessments based on tangible evidence.

Maintaining skills

The expert must ensure   that his/her knowledge and skills in carrying out appraisals is maintained.

Professional ethics

The expert must apply   professional ethics to his/her own work.

Certification reference document

Référentiel EEA T102-4 - Janvier 2014
Application file

Prochaine session d'examen

- 2017 -

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