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Canadian Insurance Course - Fast Track (CICT) (Prerequisite for LLQP)

 

NOTE

In response to new regulations from provincial insurance regulators regarding the Life License Qualification Program, this product will be discontinued as of September 23, 2015. Please click here to see how this impacts you. Click here to see details on the new CSI course replacing the CIC/CICT.

Fast Track for Advisors

The Canadian Insurance Course – Fast Track is a condensed version of the full CIC course and is meant for individuals who have already successfully completed select courses which include CSC® & WME®, CSC® & PFPC, CSC® & FP I/FP II, CSC® & CFP®, or CSC & PFP®

Expand Your Service Offering

The CICT is an essential foundation for any financial professional looking to build insurance expertise as an agent, financial planner, independent broker or dual-licensed advisor.

Save Time and Money
By enrolling in the CICT, you save $150 and approximately 40 study hours compared to the regular CIC.
Qualify to Write Your LLQP Exam
CICT is an approved path to the LLQP exam by all provincial insurance regulators. (excluding Quebec)
Improve Your Chances of Passing
CIC graduates achieve one of the highest LLQP pass rates in the industry (96% for 2009).
Expand Your Scope of Services
Expand your service offering and revenue potential by providing advice on insurance and insurance related investment products including annuities and segregated funds.

Who Should Enrol

Enrol in the CICT if you're:

  • Aspiring to obtain a full life insurance license
  • In a position to offer clients insurance advice
  • A practitioner in the financial industry
  • IIROC Advisors who do not have their insurance license
  • Someone who has already completed both CSC and WME, or both CSC and PFPC, or CSC and FP I and FP II
  • Someone who has already completed the CSC and possess either the CFP or PFP® designation


* Once you have successfully completed your CIC exam click here and scroll down to find out how you submit proof of completion to the provincial insurance regulator