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Accident and Sickness Insurance Course Canada, Common Law and Civil Code

(Prerequisite course to qualify to write the provincial Accident and Sickness licensing examination)

Expand Your Service Offering

The Accident and Sickness Insurance Course is an essential foundation to build insurance expertise in the area of accident and sickness as an agent, financial planner, independent broker or dual-licensed advisor. Please make certain to enroll in the course that reflects the licensing requirements of the province(s) or territories where you will be selling insurance.

Qualify to Write Your Provincial Accident and Sickness Licensing Exam

CSI has been an approved provider of a pre-requisite course for LLQP and Accident and Sickness licensing requirements since 2002.  Changes are have been introduced by the regulators and came into effect January 1, 2016. For further details on the changes, click here. CSI is continuing to offer this course that has received a national recommendation (by CISRO) for obtaining approval from the provincial jurisdictions. CSI is an approved course provider in all provinces and territories in Canada.

Expand Your Scope of Services

Expand your service offering and revenue potential by providing advice on accident and sickness insurance.

Who Should Enrol

Enrol in CSI’s new Accident and Sickness  Insurance Course if you’re:

  • Aspiring to enter the insurance industry
  • Looking to obtain an accident and sickness  license by writing the provincial  licensing examination
  • In a position to offer clients accident and sickness insurance advice
  • A practitioner in the financial industry seeking further knowledge in accident and sickness insurance

Wanting to achieve a full insurance license? Take our LLQP Insurance Course.

Already licensed for common law provinces and looking to be licensed in Quebec or already licensed for Quebec and are looking to be licensed in common law provinces?  Take our Insurance Ethics and Professional Practice Module.