New Year New You – Level 2

New Year New You – Level 2

New Year, New You. Earn your Level 2 License.

To obtain your Level 2 license you must pass the CAIB 2 and the CAIB 3 exams. (BC, SK, MB)
Use ILScorp’s online CAIB exam preparation courses, or Daily Assisted Virtual Classroom Programs to quickly prepare you for your Level 2 license.

CAIB Exam Prep Self-Study Online Video Courses are divided into easy-to-manage chapters with end of chapter quizzes. Each chapter includes 10-20 video clips of the instructor, along with easy to read text. A downloadable PDF workbook, key terms, a mock midterm and a mock final exam are also included. Once you purchase your subscription, you can begin taking your course immediately! All material is viewed online and is accessible 24/7.

MORE INFO ON CAIB EXAM PREP

 

How the CAIB exam preparation courses work

  • Once you purchase, you can begin taking your course immediately! If you are a new subscriber, you will receive an automated username and password by email.
  • All material is viewed online. All you need is an internet connection!
  • Your course can be accessed any time. You can log in and log out as many times as you wish, pause, rewind and review, unlimited access for 4 months.
  • Quizzes and Final exams help you retain the information.
  • Once you feel prepared to write your CAIB exam, you must contact your Insurance Council, or in BC the Brokers Association to book your exam.
  • Should you require any assistance at any time during your course work, we are here to support you! Email info@ilscorp.com

 

British Columbia Level 2 General Insurance Agent License

A level 2 general insurance agent is not restricted to where he or she can work and is not prohibited from signing contracts of insurance. Although insurance industry experience is not required, an applicant must be an authorized representative of a licensed general insurance agency and have met the educational requirements.

Saskatchewan Level 2 General Insurance Agent License

A Level 2 licensee shall not manage an agency.

Manitoba Level 2 General Insurance Agent License

A level 2 general insurance agent is authorized, to sell the insurance policies authorized under section 3, both inside and outside of the office of a general insurance agency, but is not authorized to manage the office of a general insurance agency
Happy Holiday Hours

Happy Holiday Hours

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you every happiness this holiday season and throughout the coming year.

The entire team at ILScorp is truly grateful to you for choosing us as your educational provider.

We highly value our customers and it has been a sincere pleasure serving so many of you this year!

We hope you enjoy your online e-learning experiences with ILScorp. Your support and patronage along with your honest suggestions and feedback, has helped us shape our business now and for the future.

Again,thanks so much for choosing ILScorp.

We look forward to educating you for many years to come!

ILScorp

 

Please note Monday December 23 through to Friday December 27, 2019 the ILScorp offices will be closed for company holidays.

We are back in the office on Monday December 30.

 

New Course Equivalencies For Alberta Level 1

New Course Equivalencies For Alberta Level 1

The General Insurance Council (‘GIC’) has been delegated the authority by the President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance to approve the qualification examinations and education training programs to be undertaken by applicants for certificates of authority for general insurance.

The GIC has approved the following course equivalencies for the following levels of certificates of authority:

1) Alberta General level 1:

a. Proof of passing the Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (‘CAIB’) 1 and 2 courses with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC,

or

b. Proof of having the Full CAIB Designation with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC.

or

c. Proof of passing the C130 (Essential Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent) and C11 (Principles and Practice of Insurance) courses of the Insurance Institute of Canada with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the Alberta Insurance Council (‘AIC’),

or

d. Proof of having the Full Chartered Insurance Professional (‘CIP’) Designation with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC,

 

2) Alberta General Level 2:

a. Proof of passing the C132 (Practical Issues in Broker Management) and C131 (Advanced Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent) courses of the Insurance Institute of Canada with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC,

or

b. Proof of having the Full CIP Designation with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC,

or

c. Proof of passing the CAIB 1, 2 and 3 courses with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC,

or

d. Proof of having the Full CAIB Designation with proof that the last exam was passed within 12 months of the submission of an application for licensing to the AIC.

3) Alberta General Level 3:

a. Proof of having the Full CIP Designation

or

b. Proof of having the Full CAIB Designation.

A completed on-line application with applicable fees accompanied by proof of the aforementioned courses must be submitted to the Alberta Insurance Council for these qualifications to be considered.

PROETHICS – Second mandatory course in Compliance

If you are licensed with the CSF, the CSF ProEthics course must be completed by November 30th, 2019.

This mandatory online training course is only offered and available on the CSF’s website.

The PDUs related to the CSF’s mandatory course on compliance ProEthics can only be awarded once during the two reference periods covered by the course, that is, between the launch of the training activity in November 2016 and the end of the current period on November 30, 2019.

PROETHICS (INSURANCE) – 3 PDU

Specific objectives

  • Understand the new regulations or regulatory changes relevant to your practice.
  • Review the ethical obligations you have toward your clients, the public, the profession, and other financial service professionals.
  • Identify the regulations that you must comply with and the behaviour you must avoid in the context of business development or promotion of services and financial products.
  • Adopt the best practices when it comes to your relationship with your clients in order to foster consumer trust in the profession.

Topics covered

  • Competence
  • Overall knowledge 1: Know your client
  • Overall knowledge 2: Investor profile
  • Overall knowledge 3: KYC update
  • Ageing clients
  • Signature
  • Financial needs analysis (FNA)
  • Notice of replacement
Happy Thanksgiving! We’ll be Back on Tuesday

Happy Thanksgiving! We’ll be Back on Tuesday

The ILScorp offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 14 as we take some time to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday.

We’ll be back Tuesday morning, ready to take your calls, answer your questions and register you for online insurance programs.

You can also register for our insurance training programs online, anytime, at ILScorp.com

Have a great long weekend, everyone!

ILScorp

ILScorp Offices closed Monday for Labour Day

ILScorp Offices closed Monday for Labour Day

Happy Labour Day Canada!

ILScorp offices will be closed Monday September 2, 2019 to celebrate Labour Day.

Our offices will be open on Tuesday September 3.

Hope you had a great summer and enjoy the long weekend!

Purchase or renew your CE Course Subscription to complete your mandatory CE requirements online now.

Online CE Courses

Why do they call it Labor Day?

For many, Labour Day signals the end of summer, but Labour Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day movement, which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest.

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