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Licensing Level 2 Immersion - Edmonton
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Do you want more independence and authority? Advance your career. Get expert advice and join your peers to increase your professional knowledge of personal and commercial P&C insurance and supervisory responsibility with this Licensing Level 2 Immersion course—everything you need to prepare for the Licensing Level 2 exam. Members $800 / Non-members $1100

2019-05-27 to 2019-05-31
When: Monday to Friday, May 27-31, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Where: IBAA Learning Centre
3010 Calgary Trail NW
Edmonton, Alberta  T6J 6V4
Presenter: Kelly Parrott
Contact: Rob Barnes

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Level 2 Immersion Course Description

27.0 CE credits for General and Adjuster licences

A Level 2 licence allows you to work without immediate supervision in a brokerage governed by someone with a Level 3 licence.

Prepare for the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) Level 2 exam or obtain study material for the AIC Adjuster exam with IBAA's newly designed course and textbook.

This immersive week-long course provides the perfect opportunity for those who need to get it done quickly.

IBAA's textbook (Insurance Licensing Preparation Level 2: Property, Liability, Farm, Auto, and Specialty Insurance) and workbook (for practice quizzes and exams) is shipped with all registrations.

A passing grade or a minimum of 75% attendance entitles you to continuing education credits. If you don't qualify through attendance, download your passing grade from the AIC website and email it to Rob Barnes (

Course Content

  • Personal and Commercial Property: principles, statutory conditions, policies, types of coverage, exclusions, forms, endorsements, and floaters
  • Personal and Commercial Automobile: principles and statutory conditions for automobile insurance, along with the SAF, SPF, and SEF policies, forms, and endorsements
  • Personal and Commercial Liability: principles of liability and tort in Canadian law and liability insurance, types of coverage, limitations, exclusions, and statutory conditions in habitational and commercial policies and forms
  • Farm: property and liability, policies, types of coverage, exclusions, floaters, and riders
  • Marine: ocean and inland marine policies, types of coverage, and exclusions
  • Aviation: types of coverage, liability, and exclusions
  • Accident and Sickness: types of policies
  • Travel: common types of coverage and exclusions, and optional coverage
  • Surety bonds: definitions, classes, and types of surety
  • Insurance industry, associations, companies, regulations, sales, service, professionalism, and management


Tracy Harty, CAIB, FCIP

Immersion Course Pledge

We stand behind these courses and offer free course retakes within a year from the initial course's start date. To register for a retake, contact Course Coordinator Rob Barnes ( / 1-800-318-0197 ext. 126 / 1-780-423-4593) and bring your own textbook.


IBAA provides insurance courses and study material. Register for the exam with Alberta Insurance Council: 780-421-4148 / 403-233-2929. If you don't have a CIPR number (you'll need it to register for the AIC's exam), obtain it from the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry (

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