Insurance training courses and schoolsTotal 83 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.
Insurance Professional programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Fundamentals of InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Fundamentals of Insurance course prepares students to write their Level 1 Provincial Licensing examination. They will be familiarized with insurance vocabulary, requirements of insurance licensing, ethics, and professionalism. Comparisons of coverages and exclusions for various automobile, homeowners, commercial, and accident and sickness policies are investigated. This course provides the basis for anyone requiring knowledge to enter the insurance industry. Students learn about insurance through policy interpretation. The course presents the concepts and practices used by Insurance Professionals in areas such as sales, service, marketing, claims, and underwriting. Questions and study checklists are included at the end of each chapter, with four section reviews and ten quizzes interspersed throughout the lessons to reinforce the concepts covered and to help students measure their progress.
Introduction to Genera... [Read More]
Insurance Advisor (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This program provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge required to work in the insurance industry in a variety of different capacities, and may include careers within a call centre environment. It prepares students to write the provincial licensing examination. In addition, the program introduces students to different practices and positions within the industry. Students also gain skills and experience in using the most commonly used insurance database and quoting software in Canada.
Students must meet ONE of the following criteria: 1. Alberta High School Diploma, verified by transcript, or non-Alberta equivalent. OR 2. General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.).
Students must meet ALL of the following criteria: •Out of school for two years.
•Successful result on the Academy of Learning College entrance evaluation.
•Thirty credits towards an Alberta High School Dipl... [Read More]
Damage Insurance (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Herzing College&,#146,s damage insurance program is recognized by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), our unique training reflecting real-world conditions to ensure a smooth transition to the workforce. As a beginner surrounded by more advanced students you will quickly progress until becoming a mentor yourself for new students in the group. This program balances theoretical and practical instruction before providing the opportunity to gain on-the-job experience at a relevant internship position.
Throughout this program&,#146,s three sessions, students will acquire the fundamental concepts applied in the insurance industry and specific techniques used for property, building, automobile and other insurance functions. Course material will include financial accounting, computerized tools, loss prevention, risk analysis and professional client service.
This program develops the following skills sought by employers:... [Read More]
North Island CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Campbell River, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Port Hardy, Ucluelet, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
Home Insurance 101Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Explore the ins and outs of home insurance. Get the answers to your questions in an overview of basic homeowevers, tenants and strata insurance policies. This course also covers what to do in the event of a claim and earthquake insurance.
InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
An introduction to insurance and risk management concepts. Topics include the economics of insurance, policies, products, underwriting, marketing, ethics, and professional standards. Students successfully completing this course with a minimum of 60% on the final exam will receive the Life License Qualification Program Certificate of Completion and be eligible to write the Provincial Certification exam.
General Insurance Salesperson / Adjuster Level 1 License (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Douglas College Continuing Professional Education, in partnership with the Insurance Institute of British Columbia (IIBC), is pleased to offer the training required by the Insurance Council of BC to obtain a Level 1 Salesperson/ Adjuster License. Once this training has been completed, the successful candidate is required to have the sponsorship (employment) of a licensed insurance agency in order to obtain a Level 1 license.
Successful graduates of this Program will be awarded a Certificate from the Insurance Institute of BC. In addition, graduates are eligible to apply for an equivalency credit in the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation program of the Insurance Institute of Canada (a credit transfer fee will apply).
Douglas CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
New Westminster, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
604 527 5400
Risk Management and InsuranceCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Risk Management and Insurance is a course that explores the meaning, and management of risk. Different attitudes toward risk will be examined to develop the rationale for the demand and supply of insurance. Topics such as risk pooling, moral hazard, adverse selection and legal liability rules will be examined to further our understanding of institutional arrangements in insurance and risk markets.
General Insurance Salesperson/Adjuster - Level 1 License (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course provides the training required by the Insurance Council of BC for anyone wanting to obtain a Level 1 Salesperson/Adjuster License. It introduces the student to the insurance business, insurance intermediaries, the insurance company, basic documents, insurance practices and automobile insurance. In addition, the course covers, at an introductory level, law and insurance, insurance contracts, insurance organizations, fire insurance, the Homeowners policy, personal lines policies, liability insurance, commercial insurance coverages, reinsurance, risk management and loss prevention. Once this training has been completed, within one year, the successful candidate is required to have the sponsorship (employment) of a licensed insurance agency or licensed adjusting firm in order to obtain a Level 1 license. IIBC membership, administration and exam costs are included in the course price. Students purchase course manuals (approx. $238) and optional Dictionary of Insurance ... [Read More]
St. Clair CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Windsor, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Insurance and Personal RiskCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course is an introduction to the insurance industry. It explains the individual and group life insurance products, and discusses the accident and sickness products. An explanation of risk management strategies for different stages in the life cycle is given. Needs analysis, legal and professional standards are also covered.
Sheridan CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Brampton, Mississauga, Oakville, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Insurance and Estate PlanningCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course is divided into two sections. The first section will cover in detail all matters related to risk management. Specific topics will include life insurance, disability, health and property insurance issues. The second section will require the student to understand estate planning techniques including wills and trusts.
Insurance & Retirement PlanningCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Students examine insurance and pension plans as they relate to developing a balanced retirement plan. Students develop a comprehensive understanding of the principles and applications related to the concepts of managing risk and providing a retirement income. Specifically, students examine the concepts, issues and practices in the area of insurance and retirement as applied through a client&,#146,s lifecycle. Students explore these concepts through interactive lectures, role plays and case studies.
Lambton CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Sarnia, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Employment Insurance ActCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Employment Insurance Act is a federal law, whi ch provides sickness, parental, maternity and regu lar benefits to those who have already contributed to the program and otherwise meet the qualificati on for each type of benefit. Given these qualific ations can be complex, many applicants need guidan ce as they apply for and maintain their benefits. As a result, there are many opportunities for lay advocates to become constructively involved in th ese cases.Eligible for: Certificate in Community A dvocacy.
Insurance Practice (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Everyone working in the general insurance industry - regardless of job duties or position - can benefit from a deeper understanding and knowledge of the insurance sector in which they work. This program flexibility allows you to follow a course of study that covers a wide-range of subjects, including customer service, principles and practice.
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