Broker Apprentice 2016: Board game battles in the classroom - episode three

The apprentices face the daunting task of creating a board or card game for primary school children to bring insurance to life and then playing it with pupils as the judges.

In the latest task of Broker Apprentice 2016 the six candidates have to find a way to make insurance interesting for children aged 10-11.

With the assistance of a professional designer they invent, plan and make board and card games to play with pupils of Valence Primary School in Dagenham.

The two objectives are to make the game interesting and to leave the children with a greater understanding of the benefits of the insurance industry.

The nine pupils play both games and vote on which one they prefer.

Team Elite triumphed in the insurance-themed treasure hunt but which one will win the approval of the school children?

What do you think of the two games? How could they have been improved?

Throughout the show the six contestants have been under the watchful eyes of LV's commercial lines director Euros Jones and personal lines director Michael Lawrence.

However the ultimate goal is to impress the insurer's managing director Mike Crane and scoop the accolade of being Broker Apprentice 2016.

Do you have a favourite candidate in the series so far?

You can catch up on their previous tasks here:
Meet the teams - episode one
The insurance treasure hunt - episode two

Meet the apprentices
Dean Caldwell
Jonathan Catley
Francesca Davies
Katie Waugh
Szymon Wloch
Craig Younger

Keep up-to-date with The 2016 Broker Apprentice series with this dedicated section of the website.

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