Gloucester-based broker Cass-Stephens Insurances has formed a partnership with the UK’s premier organisation for training, learning and development professionals.
Through the partnership, the family-run brokerage will provide the thousands of members of the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL) access to a range of insurance products.
“Working with a professional body like ITOL gives us the opportunity to listen to members and tailor our offering to suit,” said Cass-Stephens director Paul Baldwin. “It means members will benefit in terms of premiums, cover and flexibility.”
ITOL director Harry Bundred said the partnership with Cass-Stephens will give their members the “best advice, a product that meets their needs and a competitive premium.”
“For years our members have sought our help on insurance issues, but we have not been comfortable that the solutions on offer provided the best value for our members,” Bundred said.
The professional body’s members include professors, lecturers, trainers, training consultants, managers, directors and designers. They work in various industries, commerce, local and national government, military and non-profit organisations.
Cass-Stephens, a business and personal insurance specialist, is partnering with ITOL as it marks its 50th anniversary in the business this year.
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