Looking for a Partnership? Look no further than Insync Insurance
We have a wealth of experience partnering with over 30 companies in the Beauty & Aesthetics industry, and now we’re looking for companies in Commerical and Trades sectors. If this opportunity sounds good to you, get in contact today!
Key points to remember when considering Partnering with us:
- Beauty and Aesthetic schools can earn a commission for every student they refer who purchases a policy with us.
- Fast Track Courses aren’t immediately verified by us because of an existing Partnership; you need to verify it with us before being able to guarantee insurance with us.
Find out more about Partnerships through our interview with the Partnerships Manager below:
So what is it that Partnerships do at Insync?
Leeanne: So, in the Partnership Team, we develop and build relationships with many sectors in the beauty industry. So we work with a lot of training academies. We don’t just work with people that provide students; we work across a multitude of industries within beauty and aesthetics.
We are in partnership with some apps. We are in partnership with some management platforms, but the majority is that we do a lot with training academies. So once their academies have trained their students, they can send their students to us, and they can get their insurance.
How do you become a partner with insync?
Leeanne: Pick up the phone and give us a call at the partnerships team. So, um, what the process is, is we, we have a short chat with you about what your business is, what you expect. refer to us.
So whether that’s a number of students that you feel like you’re going to refer across to us, whether it’s how much traffic that might generate from your app or your website, then we can put into process the ability for you to say to your students or to your clients that you can, you are partnered with Insync and, and, what we’ll pay you for.
Students and those clients that he’s sending our direction. So why would you not want to partner with Insync when you can make easy money outta doing it?
Why should you partner with insync?
Leeanne: It gives you that reassurance when you are training your students. You can say that you’re partnered with Insync, and you know that you can tell your students and reassure them that they can get the insurance they require for the treatments they require going forward.
It gives you a nice brand name to say that you’re working with a reputable company, and I’d recommend that you look at Insync for your insurance requirements going forward as well. We give you support, so we make sure that you know what your students require to gain insurance.
So we make you help you to understand the prerequisites for the insurers so that you’re not having difficult conversations with students who you’ve taken money from and trained in treatment; they ring us and can’t then get insurance.
So understanding what those insurance requirements are for your students, I think, is key to anyone that’s teaching and working with an insurance company alongside your training school, I think it’s and should be a vital part of your repertoire.
Dawn: Absolutely. And like you said before, they do get a commission out of sending so many students to us as well, don’t they?
Leeanne: Absolutely. Yeah. Every single student that buys a policy through us at Insync, you get paid for. So it’s a nice easy way to, for you to earn a bit of money.
What is a fast-track course, and how does it fit in with partnerships?
Leeanne: So when you partner with us at Insync, the insurance policies, they all require an element of prerequisites. So if your student, if you’re going to teach them Botox and fillers as a partner of Insync, your student must have either an NVQ level three in beauty therapy.
They must, or they must have anatomy and physiology level three with six months of microneedling or needling experience. Or they can have an NVQ level two in beauty therapy with three months of needling. With their anatomy and physiology level three, or they can be a medic. So a Nurse a Dental nurse, a Doctor, a Pharmacist, a Paramedic.
Leeanne: So when you’re a partner of Insync, those are your insurance prerequisites to teach Botox or aesthetics with a Fast-Track. They are pre-approved courses that anybody can go onto. So you and I can go on these, done and without a beauty background. And they’re pre-approved courses that are intense, and they are all-encompassing with pre-learning and practical, and you are taught by professionals in the industry.
They’ve already got teaching experience. They’ve already been in the industry for a very long time. And you and I can go onto those courses, and by the end of the completion, we’ll come away with the ability to perform aesthetic treatments.
Dawn: Wow, that’s absolutely amazing. So if you are a partner, obviously, cause we are talking about partnerships as well. Does that mean you have a fast track with us?
Leeanne: No. No, no. So, when you’re a partner with. All of the students that you teach must fit a prerequisite to get insurance. If you do want to fast-track with Insync, you need to have that conversation with us. There is so much work that goes into getting these fast tracks approved for you.
You have to submit your training manuals. You have to prove your pre-learning studies. You have to show them the exams that you’re putting them through and what that pass rate is, and requirements can go backwards and forwards between us, you and the underwriters, for up to three to four months before they finally get pre-approved.
So a fast track is a very different thing to being a partner and to anybody that is listening today. If you would like to discuss a fast track, please, please get in touch with us. But my biggest advice to any partner is not to just create a fast track and think that because you’re partnered with us, we’ll ensure that students will qualify for insurance with us.
We, unfortunately, will have to make that student go and have a conversation with you cuz you’ve taken money off of somebody for a course that’s not approved yet.
How do the partnerships team look after the partners?
Leeanne: So when we bring you on board, we’ll always book a 3-month review from the day that we’ve signed you up and you’ve completed all the training. At that three-month review, we’ll have a chat about the number of referrals we’ve received so far. We’ll have a chat about any business updates or any changes that have happened at Insync, and we’ll also give you an opportunity to upgrade your partner tier so you could, on the levels of leads that you’re sending to us, we could increase your commission at that point.
But it also gives you an opportunity as a partner to discuss with us what you’ve enjoyed, how it’s worked, um, and what your students have said about Insync on buying their insurance. Once we’ve done that three-month review, we will then push it to an annual, and we’ll do that every year going forward.
However, you will always have an account handler within our Partnerships Team who you can email, you can phone if you’ve got any questions about your partnership with us, whether it’s about students who you’ve not, you are not sure if they’ve got the right qualifications to get onto your course in the first place, etc.
Our biggest, biggest advice to anybody out there is to ring us. Don’t ever teach anybody you are unsure of. Background or whether they have got that experience to get onto the course. I would rather tell you not you not to train than train. It’s not a nice conversation for us to have with the student, and it’s not one you are gonna wanna have with your student either.
Dawn: That’s brilliant, and it’s really key to have those reviews as well, just to see if you are getting the outcomes you want with us.
Leeanne: Yeah, yeah. I think it’s really important that we do the reviews, for us to learn more about you and your company and for you to keep up to date with us about any changes that are going on, and you know, tell us what’s worked well, what hasn’t worked well, and vice versa.
So these reviews are a key part of strengthening relationships and making all our partners understand that we are always at the end of the phone, at the end of an email, and we’ll always offer support where we can.
if you partner with us, is insurance guaranteed?
Leeanne: No, unfortunately not. So when it comes to insurance, no insurance is guaranteed. So many factors come into play when you’re buying your insurance. So you’ve got criminal records, previous claims, and financial issues like IVAs or bankruptcies. So we can never guarantee a policy.
So we always advise people to, if you are looking into being a partner or a training course with a partner or even being a fast track provider, always ring Insync to see if you can get a quote before you part with your money, to make sure that you can actually get that policy when and after you’ve completed your course with a fast-track.
Yes, we partner with them again. Um, you know, it’s a good way to get it into aesthetics, but again, without doing your quote and without knowing your background, we can’t guarantee it
Dawn: Of course. No, that’s completely understandable. And everyone is different, and every case is different as well, isn’t it?
Leeanne: Yeah, absolutely. As I say, prerequisites have to be hit. So, if you are not a fast track provider but you are on the partner side of things, and you’ve trained somebody in Botox, um, who hasn’t got anatomy and physiology level three, they haven’t got the needling experience, we can’t insure them.
That’s not Insync because we are not an insurer. That’s the insurers we work with, prerequisites, the requirements they need those students to have before we can place the insurance with them. You cannot guarantee insurance.
If you’re interested in a Partnership with Insync Insurance, please drop an email to the team below: