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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.
June 30, is the continuing education deadline for all insurance professionals in Alberta. Here are answers to some of the most common questions asked by Agents, Brokers and Adjusters on Continuing Education Requirements in Alberta. Q: What are the Certificate Terms for Continuing Education? A: Life and Accident & Sickness insurance agents, General insurance agents and Adjusters are required to complete in each certificate term at least 15 hours of approved continuing education courses. Effective July 1, 2014, a “certificate term” means the period beginning on July 1 and ending on the next June 30.
JUNE 1st! Another renewal year for BC insurance professionals and Manitoba Agents has gone by without a hitch! As many insurance professionals take a collective sigh of relief this morning, (and staff at ILScorp too) Alberta Agents and Adjusters are hard at work with less than 30 days till their continuing education deadline. Yes, June 30 is the Continuing Education Deadline for ALL of Alberta. Continuing Education Requirements for Alberta Resident Agents and Adjusters. Life and Accident & Sickness insurance agents, General insurance agents and Adjusters who hold a certificate of authority must obtain 15 hours of continuing education credits as a condition of renewing their certificate of authority.
Don’t panic just yet. Your CE deadline is here, but so is ILScorp! We have REAL PEOPLE standing by to help you meet your requirements. Chat with us live on our website: ilscorp.com. Email us: email@example.com 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!
All licensees are required to meet the continuing education (CE) requirements outlined below for each license year. A license year runs from 01JUN to 31MAY annually. If a licensee has been licensed for any part of a license year, the individual must meet the full number of continuing education requirements, whether the license was active or inactive.
Hope you enjoyed your long weekend. Now it’s back to work and back to mandatory CE requirement deadlines.
Don’t stress out just yet. Yes there is just 1 week left till the May 31 CE credit deadline but with ILS your CE is FAST, EASY and DONE! Get online and get to work. Purchase or renew your ILS CE Course Subscription and complete your CE requirements entirely online now.
Two New Courses = Four New Provincially Accredited CE for Life and A&S Subscribers! These courses are included as part of your ILS Life/A&S CE Course Subscription and are now available to all subscribers. Introduction to Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage Online Course and Introduction to Travel Insurance Life and Body Protection Online Course are each accredited for 2 life/A&S CE in BC, AB, SK, MB and ON.
A new standard Ontario automobile insurance policy will come into effect on June 1, 2016. The new standard includes reductions in coverage particularly as they relate to the Statutory Accident benefits (SAB) from the current auto policy. This information is intended to assist brokers in the development and implementation of a plan for communicating with their clients about the Ontario Automobile Reforms. Further, it is designed to provide guidance n receiving and documenting client instructions relating to auto coverage in light of these reforms.
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.