Tarsim started its "Refresher Trainings" in Manisa, aiming to introduce new practices organised within the scope of the State Supported Agricultural Insurance System and to increase the level of knowledge of Agricultural Insurance Pool loss adjusters. The training programme, which started on 18 January, will be held in 12 different locations across Turkey throughout January and February for Crop Insurance loss adjusters.
The opening programme, which was held with the participation of Bekir ENGÜRÜLÜ, Member of the Board of Directors of TARSİM and General Manager of Agricultural Insurance Pool Management, was attended by Furkan Tayfun ÖZENER and Nuray YALÇIN, Heads of Agricultural Insurance and Natural Disasters Departments of the General Directorate of Agricultural Reform of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Tufan ÖZEL and Ertuğrul ÇELİK, Deputy General Managers of Agricultural Insurance Pool Management, a delegation and loss adjusters.
In his opening speech, General Manager Bekir ENGÜRÜLÜ emphasised that the TARSİM System is a system that is appreciated in Turkey and internationally, and that it is an example for other countries in the world in terms of agricultural insurance. He also evaluated the year 2023 and gave information about the expectations for 2024. Stating that the loss assessment operation is one of the most important processes in the system and that this process is meticulously monitored, ENGÜRÜLÜ said that Agricultural Insurance Pool loss adjusters have extensive knowledge and that they successfully fulfil their duties with this knowledge.
In the continuation of the training programme, Furkan Tayfun ÖZENER from the General Directorate of Agricultural Reform stated that TARSİM is one of the proud institutions of our country and expressed their satisfaction with their success in the system. Within the scope of the refresher trainings, presentations were made on damage assessment and risk investigation procedures and information was given on the 2023 evaluation and 2024 Innovations on State Supported Crop Insurance. The questions of the loss adjusters were also answered, aiming to share information and increase experience.