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Which course should I take?

If you are not sure what you need to take to become an insurance broker in your province, see the flowchart below

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What is the difference between the levels of license?

There are 3 levels of license in each province and they give you different abilities and responsibilities.

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Insurance Council Licensing Restrictions – License Levels

Starting 2017 new restrictions are being imposed on the Level 1 Insurance Salesperson.

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Get Your Insurance License – a Canadian Insurance Licensing Guide

New to the Insurance Industry? Cannot understand the process of licensing? This article will elaborate on each step-by-step for the process organized by province of getting an insurance license.

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BC Life Insurance CE Requirements for LLQP License

All Life and/or Accident & Sickness Insurance Agents need 15 CE Credits each licensing term

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Alberta Life Insurance CE Requirements

Life insurance and Accident & Sickness insurance agents in Alberta need 15 hours of CE credits for each licensing term.

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Ontario Life Insurance CE Requirements

In Ontario, you need 30 hours of CE every 2 years.

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Manitoba Life Insurance CE Requirements

All life insurance agents in Manitoba need 15 CE credit hours for each licensing term.

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Saskatchewan Life Insurance CE Requirements

Life agents in Saskatchewan need 15 CE credits each year.

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Nova Scotia Life Insurance CE Requirements

Nova Scotia, along with the other Atlantic provinces (New Brunswick, PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador) DO NOT have any continuing education requirements.

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OTL License – The Ultimate Guide

The OTL license is for people who want to be insurance agents in Ontario

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LLQP License – The Ultimate Guide

The LLQP license is the one you need if you want to sell life insurance, health insurance, and certain financial products like segregated funds or annuities.

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BC Insurance Licensing Cost Breakdown

The cost is different for every level of Insurance License.

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Auto Insurance License Course Ontario

The RIBO 1 auto insurance course in Ontario is your first step to get licensed as an automobile insurance broker.

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Alberta Insurance License – The Ultimate Guide

The guide which will clear all your questions about the Alberta Insurance License.

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RIBO License – The Ultimate Guide

This guide tells you everything you need to know about the RIBO license

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CAIB 1 vs Fundamentals of Insurance

Extensive information outlining the difference between the two entry-level insurance licenses.

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RIBO Insurance Licensing Cost Breakdown

RIBO Insurance License Cost given in different components of the license.

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Alberta Insurance Licensing Cost Breakdown

All the costs associated with the Alberta Insurance License broken down to each component.

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How to Become an Insurance Broker in Ontario

The requirements to become and Insurance Broker in Ontario, Canada.

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Difference between OTL & RIBO

The article discusses what is the difference in OTL and RIBO and to what employment these two are tied.

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Autoplan License – How To Become an Auto Insurance Agent in BC

How to get an Auto Insurance License and which industry to target in British Columbia.

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Auto Insurance License in Alberta

The interest in automobile insurance is one of the attractions of the insurance industry and this article will help in getting an auto insurance license in Alberta

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Alberta General Insurance Course Equivalencies (using CAIB 1 & CAIB 2)

How to get different levels of Alberta General Insurance and what are the equivalent options available.

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What is a general insurance license? What can I do with this license?

A general insurance license lets you sell home, auto, business, travel insurance, etc. You can sell everything except life, accident & sickness, or health insurance.

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Updated 8 months ago

How to get CAIB Designation?

Once brokers get licensed, a very common question I get asked is “how to get CAIB designation”. It’s a pretty commonly searched topic so I figured I would write a piece about it to sort of demystify the process.

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How to Sell Insurance in Ontario

This article will devise the required steps for selling insurance in Ontario.

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Become an Insurance Broker in BC

All the requirements and steps for becoming an Insurance Broker in BC.

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Saskatchewan Insurance Continuing Education (CE Credit) Requirements

The article breakdowns the Saskatchewan credit requirements and which courses are qualified for credit hours.

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Ontario RIBO CE Credit Requirements

Most RIBO brokers need 8 CE credits each year.

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BC CE Credit Requirements (British Columbia)

CE credits are required for an agent every year to make sure they are updated of the latest products floating in the market.

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RIBO 3 Unrestricted Management Exam Information

For becoming a Principal Broker you need to pass the RIBO 3 Unrestricted Management Exam. All the info about the exam is written in this article.

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Updated 11 months ago

RIBO Exemptions for CAIB Designation Holders

All the ways you can qualify or apply for RIBO 2 (Unrestricted - Technical) License.

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Do I need an employer to get my license?

You can take the exam without an employer

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Ontario General Insurance Agent (OTL) FAQ

Get answers to commonly asked questions about becoming an OTL licensed insurance agent in Ontario

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How to Become an Insurance Agent in Ontario

To become an insurance agent in ON, you need to pass the OTL exam.

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Alberta Adjuster License Level 1 Guide

To become an insurance adjuster in Alberta, you first need to pass the AIC Adjuster Level 1 exam.

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Alberta Life Insurance CE Requirements

Alberta Insurance Council Life Insurance CE requirements are that you need to earn 15 CE credits each year between July 1st and June 30th.

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BC Life Insurance CE Requirements for LLQP License

BC life insurance agents need a maximum of 15 CE credits per year.

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Manitoba Life Insurance CE Requirements

All life insurance agents in Manitoba need 15 CE credit hours for each licensing term.

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Ontario Life Insurance CE Requirements

In Ontario, you need 30 hours of CE every 2 years.

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Saskatchewan Life Insurance Agent CE Requirements

Life agents need 15 CE credits each year.

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