DEFINITION of 'Associate In Information Technology - AIT'

A designation geared towards insurance professionals which educates them about the IT environment. The Associate in Information Technology (AIT) program is a three-course program covering the insurance business process. Course material ranges from the technical aspects of the process to insurance automation issues.

BREAKING DOWN 'Associate In Information Technology - AIT'

The AIT program used to be known as the Associate in Automation Management (AAM). In order to obtain the designation, the candidate must successfully complete the program and exams administered by the American Institute for CPCU and Insurance Institute of America.

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