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FP Canada’s CE requirements go beyond maintaining technical competence. They are designed to support the maintenance and ongoing professional development required to continue meeting client needs. CE requirements include the following category: Professional Responsibility
ILScorp has released 3 new online RIBO Ethics courses for Ontario licensee’s 2020 RIBO CE requirements.
Each new course is approved for 2 RIBO CE credit hours.
Although the 2020 RIBO Ethics CE requirement is a minimum of 1 hour, RIBO allows a carry-over of one term’s requirements. So, you can complete an ILScorp 2-hour RIBO Ethics CE course and use 1 hour for 2020 and carry the remaining Ethic CE hour over for 2021’s requirements.
Understanding that stress exists in life/work is NOT enough to conquer it. As a member of ILScorp, we are offering you and your group complimentary Stress Quotient on-line assessments plus group reports and a summary analysis on 7 key stress sources. After assessing seven key stress sources, you’ll know which one is causing the most stress, and you’ll have prompts for how to address it.
Life and Accident & Sickness insurance agents, General insurance agents and Adjusters who hold a license in Alberta must obtain 15 hours of continuing education credits as a condition of renewing their insurance license.
Alberta Insurance licensees are required to demonstrate that they have completed 15 hours of approved continuing education courses for each class of license being renewed by entering all approved courses under their AIC profile. The AIC will conduct random audits to determine that certificate holders are in compliance with these requirements. All certificate holders must keep a copy of their CE certificates issued by a continuing education provider for a period of 3 years following the expiry of the certificate term and must provide a copy of those records when they become part of a random audit.
Are you currently working from home?
Do you need Life or A&S CE Credits to renew your life insurance license?
ILScorp offers high quality online continuing education courses for Canada’s Life Agents and Financial Planners. The courses are provincially accredited and completed entirely online, anywhere you have an internet connection. So go ahead, get your CE credits done sitting at your kitchen counter or on the living room sofa… we won’t tell anyone you’re in your pajamas.
The Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) and the insurance industry have been deemed essential services and as such, the AIC will resume the scheduling of exams beginning on Monday, May 4th. Examination sittings will be offered for Edmonton and Calgary AIC office locations only.
This course has been created using the document Guidance: Conduct of Insurance Business and Fair Treatment of Customers issued by the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR) and the Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations (CISRO).
The New Guidance: Lesson 1 addresses the creation of the Guidance document, its purpose and scope, as well as an explanation of the document’s impact on five key areas of the industry’s activity. The course includes quizzes that allow participants to assess their understanding of the course material.
When purchasing a home, a typical insurance product provided by your lender is mortgage life insurance. This insurance will pay the remaining balance of your mortgage should you pass away before fulling paying down your mortgage. By paying off your mortgage with life insurance, you often remove the most significant debt burden a surviving loved one may have.
Many homeowners will purchase the lender’s mortgage life insurance but fail to consider the alternative of buying an equal value term insurance policy. Each type of policy has its benefits, and it is essential to find which is best for your circumstance.
More and more Canadian businesses are asking their employees to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many insurance brokers are now working remotely and companies are struggling with how to meet the continuing education requirements for this year’s insurance licensing renewal.