Claims Apprentice 2022: Episode Six – The interviews

With the three team tasks now completed, it is time for the six candidates to step out on their own and talk about the overall experience with Christopher Dunn, sponsor Kennedys’ own Alan Sugar.

Having pitched a claims handling solution to the MGA Pen Underwriting, taken part in a marine-themed treasure hunt around London and devised an ESG solution and recorded a video to promote it, which tasks took the apprentices out of their comfort zone – and what have they learned through the series?

What would they have done differently and how will they draw on the Claims Apprentice experience when they return to their day jobs?

Once these questions have been answered and sponsor Kennedys’ ‘Alan Sugar’ Christopher Dunn has consulted the mentors who have watched the candidates’ progress throughout the process, one of the contestants will be crowned the Claims Apprentice 2022.

Watch now to find out if it is Jo Barker [Liberty Specialty Markets], Sara Bolton [Legal & General], Lewis Cunningham [RSA], Martin Fleet [Generali], Jordan Lewis [Markerstudy] or Jordan O’Donnell [Zurich].

And if you have been inspired by this series and would like to be involved in the 2023 series, email jonathan.swift@infopro-digital.com to register your interest.

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