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Accredited Management Continuing Education: Subjects pertaining to the RIB Act (Registered Insurance Brokers Act) and Regulations, human resources, general management, accounting and generally topics relevant to the operation of a property & casualty insurance brokerage. Maximum allowable credits: 20 hours.
Looking to complete your RIBO continuing education requirements? The ILS GENERAL CE SUBSCRIPTION contains over 175 RIBO Accredited Online courses, including Technical Courses, Personal Skills Courses and Management Courses.
Cours de conformité maintenant disponible en français !
Cours de conformité maintenant disponible en français !
Inclus dans l’abonnement ChAD.
DESCRIPTION DU COURS
Ce cours fournit des renseignements sur les Lois de confidentialité du Québec pour le secteur privé et sa relation avec la loi du gouvernement fédéral sur la protection des renseignements personnels et les documents électroniques du Canada, connue sous le nom de LPRPDE. Le cours a été conçu pour satisfaire les exigences de conformité pour les participants de l’industrie de l’assurance dans la province du Québec.
Wawanesa Contractor’s Choice
Wawanesa Contractor’s Choice.
For companies that handle contractors who work in the small to medium size enterprise segment, Wawanesa’s Contractor’s Choice online course provides information on innovative and competitive products strategically designed to meet their needs.
One of the objectives of Wawanesa Contractor’s Choice is to provide more options to meet the varying insurance needs of the small to mid-size contractor.
Wawanesa has identified three specific market segments and created 3 distinct products to meet their needs:
The Contractor’s Choice Basic: This is for contractors who need basic coverages such as tools and liability coverage.
The Contractor’s Choice: This is for contractors whose insurance needs are met by our current package.
The Contractor’s Choice Plus: This is for larger contractors within the mid-size market that require broader coverage and increased limits.
All 3 products are covered in the Wawanesa Contractor’s Choice as well as:
Reminder, Renewal time is quickly approaching.
The deadline for completion of the Ontario General continuing education requirements is September 30, 2015 and there are no extensions for individuals to comply. Noncompliance of the continuing education requirements will result in the suspension of the license and suspended individuals may not conduct any business with members of the public until the license is reinstated.
If you are “Inactive” or on leave of absences (maternity, sabbatical), you are still required to comply with the continuing education requirements to maintain registration eligibility.
If you have not completed your continuing education requirements when completing your renewal form, you must indicate accordingly and attach a brief explanation to RIBO. By answering that you have completed the requirements when in fact you haven’t, you have knowingly falsified your renewal application. This is an act of misconduct and RIBO will refer your file to the Complaints and Discipline or Qualification and Registration Committee for review and disciplinary action.
The Chambre de la sécurité financière is a self-regulatory organization whose mission is to protect consumers by maintaining discipline and overseeing the training and ethics of its nearly 32,000 members. Those members practice in five sectors and registration categories:
Group savings plan brokerage
Insurance of persons
Group insurance of persons
Scholarship plan brokerage
The Chambre carries out its mission by providing a stringent framework for the practices of the professionals who are its members and by contributing to the continuous enhancement of their knowledge.
A representative must accumulate the following professional development units (PDUs):
10 PDUs in general subjects;
10 PDUs in compliance with standards, ethics and business conduct*;
10 PDUs in topics specific to each sector or registration category in which he is authorized to pursue activities
Where can you find all of your completed course CE certificates?
Need to double check how many CE you’ve completed this renewal period? Or how many CE you completed last year and can possibly carry over? As an ILScorp subscriber we keep all your completed course history on file for up to seven years, and your CE certificates are available to print immediately. To view your completed course CE certificates, login to ILScorp with your username and password via the Member Login. Go to the Home tab of your profile, and all of your completed course CE Certificates will be located under your Completed Course History Section.
CAIB Exam Prep, and Level 1 Licensing Virtual Classroom 4 week programs start Monday July 20th, 2015. Be ready to write your CAIB 1, 2, 3, or 4 Exam OR your Introduction to General Insurance Level 1 Licensing Final exam by August 14. With the Virtual Classroom programs, get unlimited access to streaming online video tutorials. It’s like having your own private tutor with the added benefit of being able to pause, rewind and review at the touch of a button. To keep you on track, we provide a study calendar that breaks down the insurance training courses into easy-to-manage daily study modules.
ILScorp has RIBO accredited online continuing education courses for Ontario General insurance brokers. These courses are all part of the popular ILScorp online General CE Course Subscription, which offers access to more than 175 RIBO accredited General insurance CE courses, and includes both technical and management CE categories. Principal Brokers and Deputy Principal Brokers require 10 hours of continuing education credits every year between October 1st and September 30th. A minimum of 5 hours must be in the Management category. The remaining hours may be in the Management or Technical category. There is a carryover of a maximum of 10 hours….
First, what is LLQP?
LLQP (Life License Qualification Program) is part of the Canada licensing regime for life insurance sales people. Before an advisor in the financial services sector is allowed to begin selling life insurance products, they must complete and pass LLQP, and earn a certificate of completion.
To become Life Licensed, you must complete the Life License Qualification Program (LLQP) including the mandatory certification exam, which is included in the ILS LLQP program. Once you have successfully passed the LLQP certification exam, you can then apply to your provincial insurance council to challenge the provincial licensing exam.
Upon successful completion of the ILS LLQP Program, you will be able to: