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ILScorp launches new Alberta Auto Essentials course to include the Alberta Standard Automobile Insurance Policy Form – TRANSPORTATION NETWORK SPF No 9. The Alberta Auto Essentials Course has just been added to all ILS General and Adjuster CE Course Subscribers. This brand new course is accredited for 4 CE credits in Alberta and takes you step by step through the major policy forms and applications for automobile insurance in the province of Albertaread more
Study, learn and master your CAIB 2 Definitions. The CAIB 2 Final Exam passing mark is 60% and the exam has 12 Key Terms – Each CAIB level has a large number of key terms so you are encouraged to learn as many of these definitions as possible – 12 marks can be a substantial part of the exam marks needed to help you pass!read more
We advise our brokerages that LScorp is on the ICS Courier route. ICS is Canada’s Business-to-Business Courier, more information about ICS can be found here. All business payments can be forwarded via ICS or can be made by calling ILScorp and paying via credit card at 1.800.404.2211.read more
The June 30 CE Credit Deadline is here! Don’t panic just yet. ILScorp has REAL PEOPLE standing by to help you meet your requirements. Chat with us live here on our website. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 1-800-404-2211 and get your CE done today! Get online and get to work! CE with ILScorp is Fast, Easy and DONE!read more
This new course, Wawanesa Habitation Wording Update, is included as part of your ILS General CE and/or Adjuster CE Course Subscription and qualifies for 1 continuing education hour of credit. Alberta Insurance Adjusters and Alberta Insurance Brokers: AIC# 42949. The Wawanesa Habitation policy wordings are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that the wordings are clear and consistent with Wawanesa’s underwriting and claims intent. In many instances, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) Advisory wordings were adopted. The wordings consist of two sections: Section I – Property Coverage and Section II – Liability Coverage. This wording booklet is also applicable to the habitational portion of Farm risks and is contained verbatim in ‘Your Farm Insurance Policy’read more
Recognizing the burden the normal reporting system (Form 1242) would place on insurers and adjusters, the Office of the Fire Commissioner (OFC) has developed an abbreviated insurance loss system to capture fire loss data associated with the Fort McMurray fires. The OFC has developed a mapping solution that will allow companies to add the total fire loss and the loss payable by insurers. No other information will be required. What investigators collected in the mapping tool are direct fire losses. We created a simplified form so that adjusters can go in afterward and enter the claim amount, payout and totals. Look up the claimant’s address and you can edit each investigation to complete the loss report.read more
QUESTION: As a Manitoba Adjuster, if I have completed a CE course in the past, but have taken it again this year, can I claim this towards my CE requirement?
ANSWER: Entry of CE for the same course more than once may be permitted on an exception basis only. If an agent wishes to claim credit for a course more than once, the agent must contact Council for prior approval and
provide written reasons. This review is subject to the individual course review fee of $50.
The Ontario Government announces amendments to the Accessibility Standards for Customer Service. Commencing July 1, 2016, there will be some significant changes to the Customer Service Standard under the AODA. With the changes announced to the Customer Service Standard, many organizations will have additional people that require training. ILScorp offers an online AODA training course that includes the mandated information and provides proof of training. This is a quick and easy way to train those staff, volunteers, and Board Members who will be required receive it. This course also qualifies for 1 RIBO Management CE hour.read more
CIPR is short for Canadian Insurance Participant Registry. The Canadian Insurance Participant Registry (CIPR) provides a single, secure, self-serve service where regulated parties can maintain, and control access to, their personal information. All registrants receive a unique identifier called their CIPR # which can be used to identify them to all signatories to the Registry including insurance regulators in all jurisdictions across the country, and eventually, participating insurers, LLQP providers, continuing education providers, etc. Additionally, signatories have the option of delegating participant authentication to the Registry so registrants can use a single id and password to gain access to regulator sites across the country.read more