Education is an essential element of a damage management practitioner’s ability to deliver industry best practice, which will include ensuring a positive customer experience and a cost effective solution for insurers and property owners.
To achieve these objectives the professional practitioner will need to be aware of and understand the latest scientific and technical developments, as well as maintaining their knowledge base and adding to their skill set through continuous education and professional development.
A range of education formats are on offer throughout the year and anyone interested in furthering their knowledge and skills base will be able to choose options to suit their needs.
Bespoke in-house training can also be arranged if this is of interest.
Due to the latest Government and Public Health guidance, please note that our classroom training courses and exams have been cancelled for November. If you were booked in for our 6th November examination or our November training courses, a member of the BDMA team will be in touch with you soon to talk through the next steps. In the meantime, if you have any questions then please contact email@example.com to find out more ✉️
All training courses are being held with Government and Public Health guidance applied. Candidates will be given detailed joining instructions and notes prior to attendance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Please explore our BDMA Academy training activity below: