So it’s been a few years now that all insurance classes in Alberta have merged to a harmonized continuing education deadline of July 1 – June 30th annually.
Now that you’ve almost gotten used to the June 30 date, do you remember how many CE credits/hours you’re required to obtain, or allowed to carry over each year?
How long do you have to hold on to your continuing education certificates in case of an Alberta Insurance Council audit?
Your Alberta CE requirement information for each insurance class is all right here for you in this Alberta CE Requirement Cheat Sheet. We have included a notes section to help you easily keep track of your completed CE each renewal, because there is nothing worse than realizing on June 29 that you actually only have 10 CE credits instead of the required 15 CE credits! (As an insurance professional in Alberta, upon renewal you are required to declare that you have obtained the required number of hours. The Alberta Insurance Council may conduct random audits that may extend back 3 years.)
Alberta Insurance Council phone numbers, website and even the AIC# course look up URL, is also listed.
(Just a reminder, when you are entering the AIC# on the Alberta Insurance Council course look up page, be sure to enter the number ONLY, not the word “AIC “or the # sign with it.)
And of course we have listed the ILScorp website and phone number for quick access to our live operators, ready to assist you with your continuing education requirements.
Click Here to Download and print your Alberta.CE.Cheat.Sheet
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