A BC Insurance Professional’s Regulatory Responsibilities
Ensure you and your staff remain compliant with the Insurance Act and the Insurance Council of BC’s requirements.
In this three part course you will be guided through the regulatory responsibilities expected of an Insurance professional in the province of B.C. This course starts out with an introduction to the Acts, statutes, and regulatory bodies that are empowered to oversee the insurance industry in BC and briefly addresses privacy issues.
Lesson 2 moves into the Rules that the Insurance Council of British Columbia has implemented in order to provide the administrative structure for provincial brokers and adjusters. These rules include licensing, educational requirements, individual responsibilities, the complaints process and disciple procedures.
Lesson three completes the course with a detailed look into the Council Code of Conduct and recent disciplinary rulings. Each lesson includes an exam to ensure the required level of comprehension has been met.View Course
Credit Hours: 3 – BC ONLY
Credit Type: General/Adjuster – Life/A&S
Included as part of the ILScorp General Insurance CE Subscription
Included as part of the ILScorp Adjuster CE Subscription
Included as part of the ILScorp Life/A&S Insurance CE Subscription
Please note: this is NOT the mandatory “BC Council Rules Course” for BC individuals who obtain an insurance licence on or after March 1, 2016.
However, to ensure compliance with the Insurance Act and the Insurance Council of BC’s requirements, it is highly recommended this training be completed by all BC licensees.