Ontario law requires anti-violence policies and programs for the workplace.
It is mandatory for all organizations in Ontario to have a formal violence in the workplace/harassment policy program in place to be compliant with Bill 168
Becoming compliant is simple with ILScorp’s Preventing Workplace Violence and Workplace Harassment Course for Ontario. The two courses, one for employees, the other for supervisors, provides an understanding of the laws in effect on these important topics.
The overall goal of the course is to prepare applicants for a general insurance license in Saskatchewan with the knowledge necessary to pass a Bylaws Examination.
This course is broken into fifteen parts consisting of:
- The Introduction to Bylaw Examination Information; Ten Bylaws; Schedules A, B, C; and Question Section.
- Part I: Introduction to Bylaw Examination Information
- Part II: Bylaw 1 – General Insurance Council
- Part III: Bylaw 2 – Licenses
- Part IV: Bylaw 3 – Education Requirements
- Part V: Bylaw 4 – Examinations
- Part VI: Bylaw 5 – Register and Licensing
- Part VII: Bylaw 6 – Fees
- Part VIII: Bylaw 7 – Committees & Subdelegation of functions. Powers & Duties
- Part IX: Bylaw 8 – Misconduct
- Part X: Bylaw 9 – Incompetence
- Part XI: Bylaw 10 – Discipline Process
- Part XII: Schedule A
- Part XIII: Schedule B
- Part XIV: Schedule C
- Part XV: Question Section
There is a quiz at the end of the course with 50 questions designed to test what you have learned.
COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The overall goal of the course is to prepare applicants for a general insurance license in Saskatchewan with the knowledge necessary to pass a Bylaws Examination. The course material relies on the General Insurance Council Bylaws produced by the Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan, effective January 1, 2007 and since amended.
Begins Monday October 3, to Friday October 28, 2011.
- Fundamentals program is $550.00 plus tax per person.
- September 28, students will receive a user name, password and access to the course.
- Students will have access to the course from September 28, 2011 until January 31, 2012.
- 2x 2 hour webinars. One held on October 17 and one on October 28.
- OPTIONAL 1x 1 hour webinar held on November 21 for Alberta students who wish to write their level 2 exam right away, cost is $100.00 per person with a minimum of 6 registrants.
- 5 questions per day emailed to students and the answers to the previous days questions will be posted on the threaded discussion.
- Threaded discussion, allows student to ask the instructor questions. Answers within 48 hours.
- Weekly practice exams on Fridays to prepare for the final exam.
Email Katherine@ilscorp.com to register.
Once registered ILScorp.com will contact you with further details.