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Insurance plays a prominent role in our everyday lives. Whether you are a homeowner, you rent a house or an apartment, or you own or lease a vehicle you need to protect yourself against the unexpected. As the older generation of employees in the insurance industry continue to retire, the demand for fresh talent rises. An education in this field opens up opportunities for a career that allows you to explore different paths and grow as a professional.
ILScorp has partnered with triOS College of Business, Technology and Healthcare, to create the Insurance Specialist diploma program. This program will prepare you with the essential skills you need in standard coverages, regulations and claims adjusting, and other key areas that will prepare you for a career in this sector. This program includes training and the ability to write the Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO) exam, an 8-week internship and more!
New Online Course Sales Management and Marketing. The objective of most sales organizations is to maintain and increase sales to increase profits. But organizations have limited resources to apply to meet their goal of increasing sales and profits. The organization’s Sales Manager is responsible for producing and managing a sales plan that will maximize the return on the investment that an organization commits to its sales processes including:
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. released its CFP Exam Candidate Preparation Toolkit to help candidates develop study strategies, manage time and build support from employers and peers as they prepare for the CFP Exam. The toolkit release coincides with the opening of registration for the November 2017 CFP Exam.
ILS Level 1 Insurance Adjuster Licensing program brings new option for Level 1 insurance Adjuster licensing in British Columbia. Recently accredited by the Insurance Council of British Columbia, this innovative program allows students to study for and obtain their Level 1 Insurance Adjuster license from a single source.
Happy Canada Day Eh!
ILScorp offices will be closed Monday July 3rd to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday!
Admit it, you’ve said “Eh” occasionally, maybe even more than you realize.
According to Wikipedia, Eh is similar in meaning to “Excuse me,” “Please repeat that” or “huh?”
According to us Canadian folk (or at least myself) Eh has some very serious uses.
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. Certificate holders are required to demonstrate that they have completed 15 hours of approved continuing education courses for each class of license being renewed by entering all approved courses under their Alberta Insurance Council profile. The Alberta Insurance Council
In this four part course you will be guided through the regulatory responsibilities expected of an Insurance professional in the province of Alberta. This online course looks specifically at the Insurance Council of Alberta, it’s subordinate councils and the rules and regulations that guide them. We then take a closer look at appeals, the election process and general provisions and finally the code of conduct for General Insurance licensees is covered in detail. Other topics covered include: Appeals, Provisions and Elections as well as the Code of Conduct
Have you completed your mandatory CE requirements for your licensing renewal? Participate in our CE Credit Poll and let us know if your done!
Continuing Education (CE ) will assist agents, and brokers as insurance industry professionals, in providing the highest level of service to their customers. The CE requirement sets a minimum standard of knowledge for agents in Canada. CE is required by regulation, and failure to meet the CE requirement will be subject to the consequences and processes governing agents.