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At ILScorp we encourage you to take a stand against bullying at home, school and in the workplace. We have developed a Bullying awareness course, for both employers and employees, to help you understand the meaning and consequences of bullying. With up to 40 percent of Canadian workers reporting feeling bullied at work, the issue goes beyond the school yard.
If you did not meet your ChAD compliance requirements this December 31, 2015, you have until March 31, 2016 to complete your missing ChAD PDU’s.
ChAD accredited online courses for Quebec licensed insurance agents, brokers and adjusters
As a Quebec licensed damage insurance agent, broker or claims adjuster, you must complete 20 hours (PDUs) of training per two-year compliance period. The compliance period deadline is December 31 of every odd-numbered year, (2015, 2017 etc.) If you did not meet your requirements for the 2015 compliance period, you must complete your missing PDU’s by Thursday March 31, 2016.
How often do the paper CAIB exams occur in BC and where are they held? All levels of CAIB exams are held on five dates annually in over 45 locations throughout BC. The exam is comprised of short answer, definitions and multiple choice questions. It is a paper exam and must be completed in pen. The allotted writing time is 3 ½ hours. CAIB 1-4 online exams are now available at the IBABC office in downtown Vancouver. The exam is available in Vancouver on Tuesday and Thursday of each week with one exam sitting a day at 12:45 pm for eight students. Students must register for the exam online first. They are also available in many other locations across the province.
Effective immediately, the AIC’s turn-around time commitment for completed and paid license applications and transfers received online will be a response within 3 business days. Faxed and emailed applications will no longer be accepted. You must submit online or via Canada Post. All paper applications will be processed on a best efforts only within 30 days in the order in which they are received. Effective April 1, paper applications will no longer be accepted or processed and all* license applications must be submitted online. Application status will not be provided over the phone. HOW TO PREVENT DELAYS: A criminal check is required for all new license applications. If Backcheck is used, be sure to share it with AIC. If you are obtaining a criminal record check via other means, please ensure you upload a copy of the document with your application.
Effective immediately, the AIC’s turn-around time commitment for completed and paid license applications and transfers received online will be a response within 3 business days. Faxed and emailed applications will no longer be accepted. You must submit online or via Canada Post. All paper applications will be processed on a best efforts only within 30 days in the order in which they are received. Effective April 1, paper applications will no longer be accepted or processed and all* license applications must be submitted online. Application status will not be provided over the phone.
Looking for a great career? Earn while you learn!
We have a unique fast-track 12-week training opportunity starting March 21, 2016. Hosted by Intact Insurance, you will receive technical, product and sales training for a successful career as a Commercial Insurance Producer. With a good work ethic, by the end of training candidates will have their Insurance Level II designation, a guaranteed job and be ready to hit the ground running!
Travel is necessary, and PAID!
16 spots are available in locations throughout Western Canada. (see below for locations)
Listening to music makes the everyday task of driving from A to B, a little bit less boring. Whether your music tastes lie with ACDC or Mozart, we all love to bop along to our favourite tunes whilst in the car. But just how does the music you listen to affect your performance at the wheel? Here is an infographic that explains how influential your music preferences are in relation to your driving. Its all covered, from song type to tempo and even volume! Take a look and see will you change the tune of your next road trip!
The exercise equipment gathering dust in Canadian’s bedrooms and basements is a familiar sign of the way New Year’s resolutions often are quickly abandoned. But a few resolutions you’ll not only want to make but also stick with involve being more prudent about insurance. That means spending wisely and getting the coverage that matters most. It’s a good idea to start each year by taking stock of your coverage because auto, home, life and other insurance needs change over time — as you move, switch jobs, add to your family, change vehicles and grow older.
When you have to use your insurance, the last thing you want is to learn that you don’t have enough coverage. But you also want to make sure you aren’t carrying more insurance than you really need.
Here are some New Year’s resolutions to help you fine-tune your insurance policies.
From all of us at ILScorp, we wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2016! Thank you for your amazing support over the past year, and we look forward to working with you in 2016. The ILScorp offices are closed today and will re-open on Monday, January 4th at 8 a.m....