RIBO Continuing Education Requirements

Principal Brokers and Deputy Principal Brokers: 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 (or one term’srequirements) allowed for the next term.

All other licensed individuals: 8 hours of continuing education credits every year between October 1st and September 30th in any category. There is a carryover of a maximum of 8 hours (or one term’s requirements) allowed for the next term.

Newly licensed individuals: The continuing education program of 8 hours every year between October 1st and September 30th will begin the first October following registration. Individuals are exempted for
the remainder of the licence year that they were registered.
E.g. Broker A was registered on November 1, 2016 and Broker B was registered on April 30, 2017. Both Broker A and Broker B will not be required to have accumulated any continuing education credits by September 30, 2017, but must begin taking the continuing education seminars/courses on October 1, 2017.

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.

Technical CE

Subjects directed towards imparting of general insurance product knowledge and/or technical insurance expertise including risk management and loss prevention.

Maximum allowable credits: 16 hours

ILScorp List of Technical Courses:

Alcohol Related Civil Liability – One for the Road – Two for the Courts 3
All Risks Coverage Homeowners Forms (Standard Wording) 2
Automobile Theft in Canada 3
Broad Form – Commercial Buildings, Equipment and Stock – Property Exclusions Explained 2
Business Income – Part 1 – Profits Form – Lombard Canada 1
Business Income – Profits Form – Lombard Canada – Part 2 2
Business Interruption Insurance – Video Course 1
Categories of E and O Claims (CL Brokers) – Part 2 2
Categories of E and O Claims (PL Brokers) – Part 2 2
CGL – Part 1 – The Law and Commercial Liability Insurance 1
CGL – Part 2 – BI and PD Liability 1
CGL – Part 3 – BI and PD Liability Exclusions 1
CGL – Part 4 – Insuring Agreements B-D 1
Commercial Crime – Video Course 1
Commercial Liability Including Extensions and Conditions 2
Commercial Property Coverages – Video Course 2
Commercial Property Insurance: All Risks Policies – What’s Covered and What’s Not 2
Condominium Unit Owners Insurance 3
Contract Bonds 1
Contractual Exclusion of Liability as a Defence to Negligence Claims The Effect of Waivers and Releases 2
Coverages And Exclusions In A Blanket All Property Broad Form Policy 2
Developing a Formal E and O Program for the Brokerage (CL Brokers) – Part 3 2
Developing a Formal E and O Program for the Brokerage (PL Brokers) – Part 3 2
Directors and Officers Liability – For Non-Profit Corporations 1
Directors and Officers Liability for Profit Corporations 2
Dominion of Canada – Part 1 – Broad Form – Commercial Buildings, Equipment and Stock – Perils Exclusions Explained 1
Earthquake Insurance Are You Ready for the Big One? 1
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part One 2
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part Three 2
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part Two 2
Garage and Auto Dealers Insurance – Part 1 2
Garage and Auto Dealers Insurance – Part 2 2
Garage and Auto Dealers Insurance – Part 3 2
Homeowners Insurance – What you Need to Know About Fraudulent Claims 1
Homeowners Liability Insurance Legal Standards and Precedents 1
Homeowners Property Coverage – Part 1- Standard Wording 1
Homeowners Property Coverage – Part 2 – Standard Wording 1
Insurance for Marine Pleasurecraft 1
Introduction to Insurance Fraud 2
Introduction to the Claim Process and Claim Handling Techniques 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Assistance Services Coverage 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Life and Body Protection Coverage 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Loss or Delay Protection Coverage 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Medical and Dental Coverage 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Other Benefits Coverage 2
Introduction to Travel Insurance Trip Protection Coverage 2
Liability of Owners for their Pets: Legal Precedents 2
Making Property Fire Smart 2
Mold Insurance – Part 1 3
Mold Insurance – Part 2 3
New CGL Policy – A Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability – Part 1 2
New CGL Policy – Coverage B, C and D – Part 3 2
New CGL Policy – Limits, Deductibles and Conditions – Part 4 2
Occupiers Liability An Analysis of the Legal Rights, Duties and Responsibilities 3
Ontario Automobile Policy Program 5
Pet Insurance – Insurance for Man’s Best Friends 2
Risk Management – Video Course 1
Risk Management Techniques & Identity Theft 1
SGI – Part 2 – Clauses and Conditions, Co-Insurance and Permission in a Blanket All Property Policy 2
SGI – Part 2 – New CGL Policy – More Coverage – Exclusions & Who’s Covered 1
SGI Canada Home Pak Policy: Part 2 – Added Features 1
SGI Canada – Comprehensive Dishonesty, Disappearance and Destruction Rider 1
SGI Canada – Part 1 – Farm Property: A. General Section 1
SGI Canada – Part 2 – Farm Property: A. General Section 2
SGI Canada – Part 1 – The New CGL Policy – Coverage A – Insuring Agreement and Exclusions 1
SGI Canada – Part 2 – The New CGL Policy – Coverage A (Exclusions) and Section II – Who Is An Insured 1
SGI Canada – Part 3 – The New CGL Policy – Analyzing Coverages B, C and D 2
SGI Canada – Part 4 – The New CGL Policy – Limits, Deductibles and Conditions 2
SGI CANADA FARM BUILDING & CONTENTS INSURANCE 3
SGI Canada Farm Fertilizer, Chemicals and Fodder Insurance 1
SGI Canada Farm Machinery Coverage 2
SGI Canada Farm Produce Advantage Rider 1
SGI Canada Farm Property Advantage Rider 2
SGI Canada Farmer’s Liability – Additional Coverages 1
SGI CANADA FARMER’S LIABILITY – PART 1 2
SGI CANADA FARMER’S LIABILITY – PART 2 3
SGI Canada Farmers Liability BI and PD Coverages 4
SGI Canada Grain and Irrigation Equipment Insurance 1
SGI – Part 3 – Canada Home Pak Policy – Special Limits and Optional Covereages 3
SGI CANADA HOME PAK POLICY: PART 5 – PERSONAL LIABILITY (1) 2
SGI CANADA HOME PAK POLICY: PART 6 – PERSONAL LIABILITY (2) 2
SGI CANADA HOME PAK POLICY: PART 1 – PROPERTY INSURED & CLAIMS PROCESS 2
SGI CANADA HOME PAK POLICY: PART 4 COVERAGES, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS 2
Some Coverage Limitations in a Commercial Policy (CL33) 2
The E and O Exposure – Legal Considerations (CL Brokers) – Part 1 1
The E and O Exposure – Legal Considerations (PL Brokers) – Part 1 1
Underwriting 101 – Video Course 1
Wawanesa – BIP – Part 1 – Property Coverages in a Commercial Policy 3
Wawanesa – BIP – Part 7 – Coverage E – Business Liability and Coverage F – Medical Expenses 1
Wawanesa – BIP – Part 8 – Exclusions – Coverage E – Business Liability and Coverage F- Medical Expenses 1
Wawanesa – Part 3 – Select Series Coverage D – Crime 1
Wawanesa – Select Series – Part 2 – Coverage C – Loss of Income 2
Wawanesa BIP Policy – Part 6 – Optional Coverages 1
Wawanesa Contractor’s Choice 2
Wawanesa Salon Select 1
What Business Owners Can Do About The High Cost of Employee Dishonesty 2
What you Need to Know about Marijuana Grow Ops 1

 

The deadline for completion of the continuing education requirements is September 30, 2017 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.

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