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Did you know that ethics training courses are a mandatory part of insurance education in Saskatchewan, and are also recommended for insurance agents in other provinces? ILScorp offers a three-part ethics course, which is now included as part of our General Insurance, and Life and A&S subscription bundles.
Canadian drivers say they are unmistakably open-minded about purchasing usage-based auto insurance (UBI) policies, or “pay as you drive” insurance, according to a new survey by global professional services company Towers Watson. Towers Watson’s UBI Consumer Survey results are fairly consistent with other global markets and a clear indication that UBI is gaining momentum in the Canadian marketplace.
Continuing Education deadlines are fast approaching for insurance agents in BC and Manitoba (May 31 is now less than two months away!), and Alberta’s requirements must be met by June 30 this year. And in Saskatchewan, your deadline varies based on your license renewal date. Now is the time to get working on your mandatory CE hours and avoid the last minute rush.
Are you getting ready to write a CAIB exam this spring? Make sure you’re registered with your provincial body before the upcoming deadlines. The registration deadline for BC’s May 7 exam is April 11 and Manitoba’s May 14 exam is April 4. Alberta’s May 14 exam has an April 14 registration deadline.
Transitioning from employee to manager can be challenging, but understanding how to be a good manager can make all the difference for your own and your department’s success. Research shows that a positive relationship with your manager directly influences your job satisfaction.
Continuing Education deadlines are fast approaching for insurance agents in BC and Manitoba (May 31 is just over 2 months away!), and Alberta’s requirements must be met by June 30 this year. Now is the time to get working on your mandatory CE hours and avoid the last minute rush.
Quebec agents – if you have not completed your ChAD professional development units, the March 31, 2014 deadline is just around the corner. The final push is now on, with only a few more days to complete your mandated hours!
As a Quebec licensed damage insurance agent, broker or claims adjuster, you must complete 20 hours (PDUs) of training per two-year compliance period.
This winter’s extreme weather has been wreaking havoc with the bottom line at insurance companies, according to a story in the National Post. The Insurance Bureau of Canada pegs claims against property and casualty providers related to catastrophic events last year at $3.2-billion nationwide, triple the annual average for the past five years.
The Ontario Government continues with its increased enforcement of compliance obligations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”). AODA is intended to make places of business, public and private, more accessible to persons with disabilities. Has your Ontario-based company met the requirements?