Sedgwick has announced that it will unify its training programs under the division name Sedgwick University. The company will align its in-person and virtual training courses and expand its offering for developing, upskilling and attracting new talent.
Sedgwick will offer an expanded range of courses from experts in geographies across the globe. Courses will be available to claims, risk and benefits professionals to educate current and future adjusters, examiners, appraisers, forensic engineers, inspectors, case managers, client service directors, risk control professionals and other specialists, the company said.
“When it comes to building the future, we at Sedgwick understand the importance of building core capabilities – through technical and power skills – and the value of investing in people,” said Josh Smith, global head of talent management at Sedgwick. “As we set our sights on what the next generation of professionals and companies will need, we knew it was time to push the boundaries of Sedgwick’s training programs to meet the demand. Under the Sedgwick University banner, our external training courses and certificate programs will set an industry standard for education with a name that is recognized globally.”
Course registration will open when Sedgwick University launches early next year. Details will be posted on the company’s website.