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Old 15.02.2007, 10:50
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Professional indemnity insurance

Hi
Can anyone point me in the right direction for how to get Professional Indemnity Insurance for work throughout Europe? I am talking to a couple of insurance companies, but if anyone has any experience of it would be really useful to me.

I have just moved to Zurich and am setting up as a freelance events manager/course organiser in the education sector. I basically run European Union funded language training courses for teachers from throughout Europe, taking place in France, Germany, Spain and Italy. I used to do this through my employer, CILT - The National Centre for Languages, in the UK, but they are now employing me on a freelance basis for specific courses and events. Hence the need for Professional Indemnity insurance.

I am grateful for any advice. Thanks!
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Old 15.02.2007, 11:04
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Re: Professional indemnity insurance

Where have all these Events Managers suddenly come from ??

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Can anyone point me in the right direction for how to get Professional Indemnity Insurance for work throughout Europe? I am talking to a couple of insurance companies, but if anyone has any experience of it would be really useful to me.

I have just moved to Zurich and am setting up as a freelance events manager/course organiser in the education sector. I basically run European Union funded language training courses for teachers from throughout Europe, taking place in France, Germany, Spain and Italy. I used to do this through my employer, CILT - The National Centre for Languages, in the UK, but they are now employing me on a freelance basis for specific courses and events. Hence the need for Professional Indemnity insurance.

I am grateful for any advice. Thanks!
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