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Insurance for the season

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Apologies if this has already been addressed but I couldn't find it in a search.

Me and my wife are instructing in Switzerland this coming season having previously taught in Canada. I've been looking at insurance for the season. Obviously we have cover from our governing body when working but require it for all other times and activities. The cost seems to have escalated hugely for our trip of just over 4 months.

I am hoping someone has a recommendation for a good level of cover at a slightly more reasonable price than those already quoted. Also if anyone has any other useful information it would be much appreciated.
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I use MPI.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@Ade57, what do you think is high? Just done daughters to go to Canada for 2 years at £860 having used BASI previously - but needed 2 years to match the visa and they would not do 2 years.
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Jake43 I'm beginning to realise that high is not as high as I thought. Initially it was coming out at about £650 for the 2 of us, though am now finding things with help from here and facebook for around £480. It's a big increase on our last full season 2 years ago which was about £350.
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Its not to be skimped on and £480 for both of you for a season sounds a bargain to me. Mind if you are paying in CAD$ you are in trouble.
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Jake43 wrote:
@Ade57, what do you think is high? Just done daughters to go to Canada for 2 years at £860 having used BASI previously - but needed 2 years to match the visa and they would not do 2 years.


My daughter is off on IEC this year to Canada - who did you insure with @Jake43?
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True Traveller. There are a couple of other choices but this one offered unlimited trips out of Canada too.
Website is not obvious when I tried to use it but the chat or telephone people are very helpful.
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