ANZIIF has just experienced one of the biggest years in its 132-year history, owing to the partnership agreement that saw The Institute become NIBA’s preferred supplier of broker education. The November announce-ment was timed with the launch of the ANZIIF Skills Units, which were described in a joint ANZIIF-NIBA statement as ‘a major reform of industry education’ and ‘designed to meet changes in the industry and to reﬂ ect the needs of brokers and business now and into the future’. A passionate educator, there’s no ques-tion Prue Willsford and her ANZIIF team will be the focus of signiﬁ cant industry attention in 2016. Broker education remains a hot topic of conversation, and it appears signiﬁ cant debate about the framework may still be to come. Regardless, the industry will be looking to ANZIIF, through its new Skills Units, to deliver content that best equips brokers with the knowledge imperative to survive in the world of today and beyond.