Don’t Delay –  Enter your Manitoba Continuing Education (CE) Credits today

Don’t Delay – Enter your Manitoba Continuing Education (CE) Credits today

Don’t leave the entry of your completed Manitoba Continuing Education credits until the last minute.

Enter credits upon completion and allow the Insurance Council of Manitoba’s on-line CE system to to
a)track how many CE credits you have completed,
b) remind/inform you of how many more credits are required to renew your license and
c) simplify your on-line renewal.

Register as a new applicant of Login with your existing ICM account with your User Id and Password and click on “Continuing Education” to view your CE Status and log the CE courses that you have successfully completed. Simplified instructions to enter your CE credits are outlined under “Report Courses”.

Continuing education credits must have been obtained from an accredited course provider, such as ILScorp or have received individual course approval by the ICM.

Manitoba General/Adjuster Accredited Courses

If you intend to apply a course or seminar that is not offered by an Accredited Course Provider, completion and submission of the Individual CE Approval Application is required. The application form must be submitted to the ICM at least 30 days in advance of the course to ensure sufficient time to make an informed determination as to whether the CE course qualifies for Manitoba CE credits. More information on what type of CE would fall into this category can be found on the ICM website under “Continuing Education Info”

Manitoba Life/A&S Accredited Courses

Entry of CE for the same course more than once may be permitted on an exception basis only. If an agent wishes to claim credit for a course more than once, the agent must contact the Insurance Council of Manitoba for prior approval and provide written reasons. This review is subject to the individual course review fee of $50.

For your reference, the Manitoba Continuing Education Credit requirements including the applicable definition for each class of license can be located on the ICM website, and are briefly outlined below:

Manitoba Continuing Education Credit Hour Requirements

Life and/or Accident & Sickness


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CE Information specific to Non-Residents of Manitoba

Non-residents residing in Canadian jurisdictions that have continuing education requirements will be deemed to have met the requirement in Manitoba. Agents/Brokers residing in a jurisdiction where continuing education is not mandatory are required to comply with Manitoba’s continuing education requirements.

Residents of the United States of America are required to comply with Manitoba continuing education requirements.

NOTE: Continuing Education Credits must be obtained from an Accredited Course Provider or a course that has been individually approved by the Insurance Council of Manitoba.

Cyber Insurance Course – New General CE

Cyber Insurance Course – New General CE

Cyber Insurance Course

3 General/Adjuster – Technical CE Credits

New Cyber Insurance Course now available to all ILScorp General CE and Adjuster CE Subscribers

During this online course we will begin by discussing recent changes made to the Personal Information Protection Electronic and Documents Act. This is a natural spring board when discussing cyber insurance with clients.  Next, we will briefly look at today’s cyber insurance market place to review common challenges.

Then we will roll up our sleeves and get into the actual coverage forms most common in our market.

Data Compromise Coverage, Computer Attack Coverage and Network Security Liability Coverage are the three major coverage form topics

Cyber insurance coverages are some of the newest innovations in the insurance industry.  As the criminal element becomes more proficient, the insurance industry has responded.  As with all new products, there will be challenges and changes forthcoming. This course looks at a few of the major issues facing us today.

Cyber losses are really just a new type of crime loss.  Some policies are beginning to include cyber losses within their wordings.  Many are just silent on the topic.  Because automation is playing a roll in many parts of business operations, insurers may be inadvertently providing coverage unintentionally.  Broad insuring agreements in both property and liability wordings may be the culprit.

To learn more about the new Cyber Insurance course click on the button below.

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Cyber Insurance

Credit Hours: 3
Credit Type: General/Adjuster – Technical and RIBO – Technical
Credit #: AIC#50977;MB32089
Accrediting Provinces: BC, AB, SK, MB, ON

Insurance Training Virtual Classrooms

CAIB Exam Preparation

Stay focused and follow the pathway of a Virtual Classroom Program With a 4 week virtual classroom program you’ll receive:

  • Online streaming video course with unlimited access. Log in and out as many times as you need, with the ability to pause, rewind and review
  • A daily assisted learning calendar that outlines material covered each day to keep you on schedule
  • Access to an online discussion forum where daily answers to questions are posted
  • Weekly practice exams and review videos
  • Live support!

Virtual Classroom Programs = $550 plus tax each registrant.

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Jun 17 – Jul 12

Aug 5 – Aug 30

Sept 9 – Oct 4

Oct 21 – Nov 15

Dec 2 – Dec 27

Once you have registered an ILS Customer Service Representative will contact you with further details and program materials. The ILScorp Virtual Classrooms are completed entirely online, and are ideal for students who benefit from learning in a more structured atmosphere with daily tasks and outlines. Within the 4 week program each day is broken down in a calendar showing what course material to cover and questions assigned to answer. There is no set “classroom time” – the daily video course material, tasks and questions can be completed at your convenience, using the calendar as a guideline to keep you on track during the 4 weeks. Through an online discussion forum you will have access to the answers of your daily assigned questions, as well as the ability to ask the instructor your own questions. Every Friday you receive a review video which summarizes the material covered during the week. Once your 4 week program is complete, you can access your course material for a full 3 months. (3 months after the end date of the virtual classroom) This ensures you can review your material until you feel you are fully prepared to write your exam. ILS recommends a minimum study time of 80 to 120 hours.

Student Benefits of an ILScorp Virtual Classroom Program

Daily Assisted Learning Virtual Classrooms with ILScorp

Moderated by long-time insurance educator Todd Hochban, the ILS Virtual Classroom Programs prepare you to write your insurance licensing exam in just four weeks, sending your insurance career to new heights!

Daily Assisted Learning Calendar

To keep you on track, we provide a study calendar that breaks down the insurance training courses into easy-to-manage daily study modules.

Online Video Courses

It’s like having your own private tutor with the added benefit of being able to pause, rewind and review at the touch of a button.

Online Discussion Forum

Have a question, ask the instructor! Post questions, review answers and really think about what you’re learning.

Weekly Practice Exams

Weekly practice exams simulate a real-exam environment so students are comfortable with the process.

Review Videos

Summarizes material covered. An extra study tool that you can come back to again and again!

Live Customer Support

Yes REAL PEOPLE! No telephone trees or unanswered emails.

Approved Mandatory Ethics Training Courses

Approved Mandatory Ethics Training Courses

All resident Saskatchewan licensees are required to complete an Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan approved ethics course, that is at least three hours in duration. The following courses are approved by the Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan for 3 C.E. credit hours and meets the ethics training requirement.

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These courses discuss professional codes of conduct, with dilemma or scenario-based examples so licensees may spot issues and make the right choices. The aim is to help licensees make sense of what might seem like a convoluted situation and determine the ethical choice.

Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan Approved Ethics Training

Courses approved for All Classes other than Life Licensees (General) 
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part 1 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part 2 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Ethics and the Insurance Professional Part 3 – Approved for 1 ethic hour


Courses approved for Life and Accident & Sickness and Accident & Sickness licensees
Life Ethics in the Insurance Industry Part 1 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Life Ethics in the Insurance Industry Part 2 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Life Ethics in the Insurance Industry Part 3 – Approved for 1 ethic hour


Courses approved for Adjuster/Adjuster Representative licensees
Ethics Training for Adjusters Module 1 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Ethics Training for Adjusters Module 2 – Approved for 1 ethic hour
Ethics Training for Adjusters Module 3 – Approved for 1 ethic hour

More info on ethics courses

Once you have successfully passed these courses please provide the Saskatchewan Council with documentation to support completion.

Ethics training is important and can have an impact on business, reputation, and daily office morale. You cannot afford to leave ethical decision making to chance, as one hasty action or decision by a licensee can harm an entire organization.

Licensing FAQ’s for General Insurance Agents in Ontario

Licensing FAQ’s for General Insurance Agents in Ontario

General Insurance Agents – Ontario


I want to become a general insurance agent. What are the qualifications and how do I apply?

In order to obtain a license as a general insurance agent, an applicant must:
1. Have their sponsoring company initiate the online General Insurance Agent application accessible through Licensing Link and pay the required fee;
2. Be familiar with the laws of Ontario relating to the licensing of general insurance agents.
3. Be sponsored by a licensed insurer.
4. Hold himself/herself out publicly and carry on business in good faith as a general insurance agent only in the name in which the agent is licensed.
5. Not be engaged in any other business or occupation that would jeopardize the person’s integrity, independence or competence.
6. Be of good character and reputation.
7. Be a suitable person and meet all the licensing requirements.
8. Possess the appropriate educational background.
9. Provide FSCO with an Ontario mailing address that is suitable to permit service by registered mail.

What is the difference between a General Insurance Agent and a General Insurance Broker in Ontario?


What are the educational requirements to become a general insurance agent?

To become licensed as a general insurance agent, the applicant must successfully pass the qualifying examination for general insurance. Examination results are valid for one year and must be forwarded to Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) when applying. FSCO does not conduct the examinations. General agents are exempt if they have a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation or successfully passed the equivalent RIBO exam.

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I am a new agent, how do I apply for a general insurance agent license?

New agents should contact their sponsoring company to initiate an online application on their behalf. New agents are unable to submit an application without a sponsor.


How do I renew my General insurance agent license?

Insurance agents’ licenses are renewed every two years. Agents must renew their license within 60 days prior to the expiry date on their existing license.
Applicants who have been unlicensed for two or more years will have to re-qualify as a new agent, including redoing the General Insurance examination.

All renewal applications are submitted online via Licensing Link and are initiated by the sponsoring insurer.


How much is the fee to obtain/renew my general insurance agent license?

The fee for an insurance agent license and/or to renew an insurance agent license is $150. This fee covers a two-year license period.


General insurance agents require sponsorship at all times to maintain their license.

Transfer of Sponsorship

I no longer wish to remain with my sponsor. Can I move to another sponsoring company?

Sponsored agents can transfer out of their sponsorship and move to another sponsor.
The current sponsor should terminate the license online so the new sponsoring company can pick up the license and transfer to their company.
Please contact your current and new sponsor for information as the transfer application is created by the sponsor on behalf of the agent.

How much is the fee to transfer my license to a different sponsoring company?

The fee is $50 to transfer your license from one sponsoring company to another. The fee is paid online through Licensing Link. The application is created by the sponsoring company. Please contact your sponsor on how to submit an application.


I am a sponsored general insurance agent and wish to terminate/surrender my license. How do I notify FSCO of this?

Sponsored agents shall have their sponsoring company submit an online termination on their behalf. Please contact your sponsoring company to terminate your license.

I want to terminate/surrender my license, but I do not want to lose the qualifications in case I decide to come back into the industry. Are there any provisions, time frames in which I can reinstate my license without taking the qualifying exam again?

Agents have the option of terminating their license and may have their license within two years of the date of termination/expiry (whichever comes first) without having to re-qualify.
Applicants who have been unlicensed for two or more years will have to re-qualify as a new agent, including re-writing the qualifying exam. Please contact your sponsor to terminate your license.

This information is provided for guidance only. The above information was originally provided on the FSCO website.

About FSCO.

FSCO was established under the Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, 1997 (FSCO Act) with a legislative mandate set out in the FSCO Act.  FSCO’s legislative mandate is to provide regulatory services that protect the public interest and enhance public confidence in the sectors it regulates. FSCO regulates the insurance sector; pension plans; loan and trust companies; credit unions and caisses populaires; the mortgage brokering sector; co-operative corporations in Ontario; and service providers who invoice auto insurers for statutory accident benefits claims. FSCO is accountable to the Minister of Finance. In order to support FSCO’s legislative mandate, the FSCO Act sets out a three-part structure for FSCO, which includes the Commission; the Superintendent of Financial Services and Staff; and the Financial Services Tribunal (Tribunal).

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