Insurance Continuing Education Options for Remote Licensees

Insurance Continuing Education Options for Remote Licensees

More and more Canadian businesses are asking their employees to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many insurance brokers are now working remotely, and companies are struggling with how to meet the continuing education requirements for this year’s insurance licensing renewal.

Amidst the current inability to conduct or attend in-person seminars or classroom settings, remote online courses are the safest and fastest way to obtain your continuing education credits.

With ILScorp’s flexible online options, it’s easier than ever to access high-quality education that will teach you skills relevant to the insurance industry and meet your mandatory provincial licensing renewal requirements.

ILScorp offers personalized technical and career advancement programs that are 100% online and self-paced. The content is high quality and courses are available in affordable subscription options, plus you can complete them anywhere you have an internet connection on your own schedule.

Getting started is simple.

ILScorp has customized online course subscription options for General, Adjuster, Life, A&S and Financial Planner licensees.

So if you or your entire company are working from home, you can complete your individual insurance CE requirements entirely online.

Group discounts are also available for 3 or more licensees.

Free CAIB Exam Prep Tutoring Available with ILScorp Courses

Free CAIB Exam Prep Tutoring Available with ILScorp Courses

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us carry out our daily activities. Many brokers in Canada are now working remotely from home and many of you are also in the midst of preparing for your CAIB (Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker) examinations.

For those of you who are currently studying for your CAIB exam, or considering the next step in your CAIB designation, a complete set of online training videos is available to you through ILScorp.com.  With ILScorp, you can access these online video CAIB exam prep courses 24 hours a day, anywhere you have an internet connection.

The CAIB exam prep courses are video streamed online and divided into easy-to-manage chapters. Each chapter has internal practice quizzes, as well as at the end of chapter mock exams. A follow-along downloadable workbook, mock midterm, and a mock final exam are also included to help reinforce your knowledge retention.

Adjusting to remote working in addition to preparing for a CAIB exam can be overwhelming, but with these courses, you are not alone in your studies.

The interactive online video CAIB Exam Preparation courses combine the ease and convenience of online learning with the support and dynamic instruction of Todd Hochban.

Todd Hochban, AIIC, CAIB and President of WCT (West Coast Training Ltd.) began his insurance career in the 1970s.  During his 40 plus years in the insurance industry, Todd has been a broker, commercial underwriter and production supervisor.  In 1989 Todd began his training career.  Since then Todd has helped over 7,000 brokers with licensing and technical training.  Known for his enthusiastic and fun approach to learning Todd has developed a loyal following in the Canadian marketplace.

Todd appreciates all the loyal support he has received over the past years and would like to return the gesture now by helping students with their online CAIB studies during the COVID-19 crisis.

Once enrolled in an ILScorp online CAIB exam preparation course, you too will receive free telephone tutoring with instructor Todd Hochban.

Todd can help with checkpoint and discussion questions, provide explanations of any subject in the CAIB program as well as provide study tips and strategies.

Simply call Todd with your questions (604) 828-1810 or (604) 828-1810.

The CAIB programs are available in two formats, online self-study, with 4 months of unlimited course access or online virtual classroom with a 4 week outlined structured approach and 4 months of unlimited course access.

For more information on online CAIB exam preparation, courses click here

Or email ILScorp: info@ilscorp.com

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ILScorp is here to assist you with your studies

ILScorp is here to assist you with your studies

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, we want to reassure you that we’re taking precautions to keep our customers and employees safe.

Most staff are now working from home to help with social isolation. ILScorp will continue to provide online educational programs and resources, and customer support services are available via phone, email, and chat.

How to Contact Us:

We encourage emailing us so we can assist you promptly!
info@ilscorp.com

Phone lines open Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm PST. Wait times may be a bit longer as we have gone down to 1 line, but please leave us a message. 1.800.404.2211

Or, Chat with us on our homepage www.ilscorp.com

We understand this is an uncertain time for everyone, so whether you are considering a new career in insurance, or successfully continuing your online studies, we are here to assist you as best we can.

Thank you from all of us at
ILScorp

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March is Fraud Prevention Month!

March is Fraud Prevention Month!

The Whig Standard

The Beaumont RCMP would like to remind residents that every year, thousands of Canadians fall victim to fraud, losing millions of dollars. Most don’t think it could happen to them, but fraudsters use sophisticated ways to target people of all ages. The impact of fraud on individuals, families and businesses can be devastating. Retirement savings, homes, businesses and in some cases, lives have all been lost.

Scammers victimize vulnerable Canadians, individuals who may be at their lowest. The best way to fight these types of crime is through awareness. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre plays a crucial role in educating the public about scams and fraud.

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre is Canada’s repository for data, intelligence and resource material related to fraud. It provides information to assist citizens, businesses and law enforcement in Canada and around the world. For up to date information and to view a list of common scams visit www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca or call 1-888-495-8501 to reach the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.

The Beaumont RCMP encourage the public to report any criminal or suspicious activity to police. Your reports tell us where to look, who to look for and where to patrol in the future.

 

Check out our course at ILScorp on Fraud

Homeowners Insurance – What you Need to Know About Fraudulent Claims

 

ICBC unveils new road safety school resources

ICBC unveils new road safety school resources

As part of ICBC’s commitment to promoting a safe driving culture in B.C., ICBC has developed new road safety learning resources to help teachers give children and young adults the foundation they need to stay safe.

Designed for students from preschool to grade 10, teachers can now download road safety resources for free at icbc.com. The material is divided by grade level, and each grade has a teachers’ manual and handout booklet for students.

“I’m impressed with all the materials available to us,” said David Evans, teacher, South Island Distance Education. “There are activities and worksheets for all grade levels and ties back to the new learning standards. Thank you for helping us improve ways to be safer in our community.”

“Whether it’s learning how to safely cross the road, or understanding the rules of a four-way stop, road safety is important for all British Columbians,” said Lindsay Matthews, ICBC’s vice-president of public affairs and driver licensing. “As part of our commitment to promoting a safe driving culture in B.C., we’ve developed these road safety resources to help give children and young adults the tools they need to stay safe, now and in the future.”

The new material is downloadable, searchable and easily printable in its PDF format. The redesigned school materials align with the Ministry of Education’s new curriculum guidelines, which include:

  • incorporating Core Competencies, Big Ideas, and Learning Standards through the Know-Do-Understand model
  • focusing on personal safety, personal awareness, and personal/social responsibility
  • integrating the First Peoples Principles of Learning perspectives

Learn more about these resources available to educators at icbc.com/4teachers.

Workplace Bullying Courses

Workplace Bullying Courses

Are you compliant with the anti-bullying laws?

Ontario, Manitoba, Québec and Saskatchewan have already introduced legislation against bullying and B.C. recently enacted Bill 14 [Workers Compensation Amendment Act] to address the effects of bullying at work.

Become compliant with existing laws. Complete ILScorp’s “Understanding Workplace Bullying & Tools for Safeguarding an Organization from Bullying Behaviour” courses.

With these anti-bullying courses you will:

  • determine whether a problem exists in a workplace
  • learn how to prevent incidents
  • gain tools for safeguarding your organization from bullying behaviour
  • develop a workplace bullying prevention program

This course is included free of charge as part of your ILS General CE Course Subscription. This course is General and Adjuster CE accredited, however ILScorp recommends that all employees receive this training for law compliance.

Become an ILScorp group member

Get Instant Access | $85 (Fast, easy, done)

Employer Version Also Available

This course is included free of charge as part of your group membership.

If you are not a group member you can purchase the Employer Version of the course below. This course is General and Adjuster CE accredited, however ILScorp recommends that all employees receive this trainingfor law compliance.

Become an ILScorp group member

Get Instant Access to Employer Course $85

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