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CAIB Course Descriptions, Study Options, Prices, & Credits
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CAIB 1–4 Course Descriptions

Develop your competence and confidence as an insurance broker with this college-level designation designed by brokers for brokers. Who better to teach the broker profession?


Prerequisite: none

CAIB is a prerequisite for Canadian Professional Insurance Broker (CPIB). CAIB or CPIB is also a prerequisite for the Canadian Certified Insurance Broker (CCIB) designation and IBAA's fast-tracked, online BBA and MBA degrees.


CAIB 1: Personal Insurance

16 CE credits for General and Adjuster licences
  • Introduction to General insurance
  • Habitational insurance
  • Other habitational insurance forms and endorsements
  • Personal liability insurance
  • Farm insurance
  • Personal automobile insurance basics
  • Professional service and regulations
  • E&O considerations
  • Travel insurance

CAIB 2: Commercial Insurance

16 CE credits for General and Adjuster licences
  • Introduction to commercial property insurance
  • Underwriting commercial property insurance
  • Commercial property—Policy forms
  • Commercial property—Additional coverage forms
  • Commercial property—Miscellaneous property forms
  • Crime insurance
  • Business interruption insurance

CAIB 3: Commercial Insurance

16 CE credits for General and Adjuster licences
  • Commercial liability—Legal perspective
  • Commercial general liability policy
  • Commercial automobile exposures
  • Marine and aviation insurance
  • Surety bonds
  • Risk management

CAIB 4: Brokerage Management

22 CE credits for General, Adjuster, Accident & Sickness, and Life licences
  • Planning
  • Organizing
  • Human resources
  • Leading
  • Broker insurance-company relations
  • Marketing
  • Building long-term relationships
  • Technology and brokerage operations
  • Brokerage financial management
  • Monitoring

Study Options & CE Credits

Choose from self-study, live online courses, fast track, or immersion.


Course and exam prices are listed separately. (All prices include GST and shipping.)

To find your CE certificate after completing the course, log into your IBAA profile and go to Content & Features > Professional Development. Under the Certification/Program drop-down, select "Alberta Continuing Education Hours" and apply the filter.


Self-Study

Work at your own pace: ideal for those who have strong study habits and are very motivated and highly disciplined. A minimum of 50% on the exam entitles you to a CE certificate.

Member $300 / Non-Member $600


student groups onlineLive Online Classes

Great for those who want to be webbed in, want to meet with a facilitator and brokers from around the province, and want structured learning.

Get the best of both worlds: a live classroom online and a student portal with online study tools through our partner Ensure Training:

  • Weekly online classes where you can listen and engage with your facilitator in real time
  • Recorded videos in case you miss a class or want to review
  • A practice midterm, a practice final exam, chapter study aids (flashcards, PowerPoint slides, quizzes, and a bit of short-answer homework), and email prompts to keep you on task.

A minimum of 75% class attendance or 50% exam grade fulfills the CE requirement. For attendance, IBAA monitors online time. Minimum attendance for a CE certificate means attending 75% of the classes—with an 80% or higher attention rate during each class (for example, no pop-up windows for email or minimized screens).

Member $600 / Non-Member $1000


adult education in classFast Track

Four full-day Saturday classes just before one of the scheduled exam dates: appeals to those who would like the help of a facilitator and need to get the study done quickly without taking a week off work.

A minimum of 75% class attendance or 50% exam grade fulfills the CE requirement.

Member $600 / Non-Member $1000

 

Immersion

An intense week-long session just before one of the scheduled exam dates: appeals to those who need to focus on the subject at hand without work or personal distractions.

A minimum of 75% class attendance or 50% exam grade fulfills the CE requirement.

Member $650 / Non-Member $1300


Exam Registration

Exam registration is now separate from course registration so you can choose your optimal date. Exam success is required for course completion.

Exam Type Member Non-Member
"Standard" $400 $500
"Late" and "Rewrite" $150 $300
"Deferral" $0 $0

We strongly recommend taking our full CAIB course before its exam, but course registration is no longer required for exam registration. All exam registrations are pending approval from IBAA.

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