Level 1 Insurance Licensing

ILS LEVEL 1 GENERAL & ADJUSTER INSURANCE LICENSING PROGRAM

Choose your provincial level 1 insurance licensing program

Everything you need in one package to successfully pass your level 1 insurance licensing provincial exam

ALBERTA EXAM PREP (more info)

Includes the ILS Level 1 General and Adjuster Insurance Licensing online course, textbook and workbook, as well as updated Alberta auto regulations, and further Alberta specific material in additional online modules.

RIBO EXAM PREP (MORE INFO)

RIBO Level 1 License allows you to sell Habitational (personal and commercial), Auto, Travel and Liability Insurance Coverages in Ontario as an Insurance Broker. Includes online video course with quizzes and mock exams plus a downloadable PDF Workbook.

Level 1 General (MORE INFO)

ILS Level 1 General Insurance Licensing Program includes online course, textbook, workbook, flash cards and a practice exam. This program includes your actual Level 1 General Insurance Licensing final exam.

OTL EXAM PREP (MORE INFO)

OTL Level 1 License allows you to sell Habitational (personal and commercial), Auto, Travel and Liability Insurance Coverages in Ontario as an Insurance Agent. Includes online video course with quizzes and mock exams plus a downloadable PDF Workbook.

Level 1 Licensing Online Course

The 13 chapter L1 interactive online streaming audio course, combines visuals and instruction. The ability to pause, rewind and repeat, allows you unlimited review to reinforce the important knowledge and key concepts. Online practice final exams and end of chapter quizzes are included in your L1 Program.

Level 1 Licensing Textbook & Workbook

The L1 hardcopy textbook contains 350 pages of content in 13 easy to manage chapters. Easily follow along with your L1 online video course. Use your L1 workbook to reinforce key concepts with over 650 exam type questions and hundreds of examples using real life scenarios. An answer key is provided in your L1 program.

INSURANCE LICENSING OPTIONS FOR ALL PROVINCES AND TERRITORIES

Find your province or territory below to explore your insurance training and insurance Level 1 Licensing licensing options.

ILS courses and subscriptions are sold on an individual user basis and sharing of subscriptions for access to course materials is strictly forbidden. Any sharing of ILS intellectual property with any person or entity who does not have an assigned username and password will result in termination of course access without refund or compensation.

Don’t see your province or territory listed here? Contact your local Insurance Council to find out more about becoming licensed in your jurisdiction.

According to Statistics Canada, more than one million Canadians were employed in the insurance and financial sector in 2012 – and there’s always room for more. Think about it; that’s one million Canadians gainfully employed and enjoying a rewarding insurance career!

StatsCan numbers show a typical full time salary for an insurance broker is $35,000-$45,000. Agents in Saskatchewan and Manitoba had the highest average salaries.

The insurance industry is still expanding, with more opportunities for newcomers to the industry. Consider these facts from Insureconomy, a review of the insurance sectors in Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia:

  • From 2004 to 2010, total employment in the insurance industry across New Brunswick grew by 49 percent – faster than all other provinces in Canada.
  • The insurance industry has been growing steadily in Ontario since 2005, with insurance carriers increasing their workforce by 18 percent. Overall, the insurance industry increased total employment by over 12 percent – well above the provincial employment growth rate of only 4 percent.
  • Direct employment in Nova Scotia’s insurance industry has been on the rise since 2005. From 2005 to 2008, 655 new jobs were created by the insurance industry.

There’s never been a better time to get involved in this growing and dynamic industry!

ILS courses and subscriptions are sold on an individual user basis and sharing of subscriptions for access to course materials is strictly forbidden. Any sharing of ILS intellectual property with any person or entity who does not have an assigned username and password will result in termination of course access without refund or compensation.

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