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Licensing Level 2 Self-Study
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Do you want more independence and authority? Advance your career. Increase your knowledge of personal and commercial P&C insurance with this self-study course‚ÄĒeverything you need to prepare for the Licensing Level 2 exam. Members $250 / Non-members $400

2019-07-01 to 2020-06-30
When: 24/7
12:00 AM
Where: Canada
Presenter: Self-Study course
Contact: Rob Barnes

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Level 2 Self-Study 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 up-to-date course and textbook.

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.

To obtain your continuing education credits, download your passing grade from the AIC website and email it to

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


IBAA provides insurance courses and study material. Register for the exam with Alberta Insurance Council: 1-800-461-3367, 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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