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Licensing Level 1 Immersion - Instructed Online
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Get expert live advice, join your peers, and access recorded videos to learn the fundamentals of insurance with this introductory program (Licensing Level 1) for General and Adjuster certificates—everything you need to prepare in the evening for your Licensing exam. Members $800 / Non-members $1100

 Export to Your Calendar 2020-09-14 to 2020-09-25
When: Two weeks, Monday to Friday, September 14-25, 2020
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Where: Your Computer
Presenter: Tracy Harty
Contact: Rob Barnes

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Licensing Level 1 Live Online Evening Course Description

30.0 CE credits for General and Adjuster licences

Prepare for the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) Level 1 General exam, or obtain study material for the AIC Adjuster exam with this introductory Licensing course.

Spaced over 10 classes, this online course has a live instructor and accessible recordings that allow you to review a class (or catch up if you missed one). The mix provides the perfect opportunity for those who already have a daytime commitment but want to become a licensed insurance broker.

The course textbook (Fundamentals of Insurance, shipped with all registrations) includes Alberta-specific materials and up-to-date licensing requirements. Registration also includes practice quizzes and exams.

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

Starting with the history of insurance, this program will guide you through definitions, functions, and major classes of insurance—all in a way designed to break down learning barriers for technical topics.

General Principles

  • Terms and definitions in the insurance industry
  • Idiosyncrasies of insurance contracts and the law
  • Principles and practices of insurance
  • Underwriting considerations for types of insurance and in general
  • Industry knowledge
  • Professional and broker-business practices, insurance regulations, and code of conduct

Personal and Commercial Property

  • Common property exposures, package policies, clauses, coverage, exclusions, and forms
  • Bonds

Farm, Marine, and Aviation Insurance

  • Property and liability exposures, coverage, and exclusions

Personal and Commercial Liability

  • Canadian legal system, tort law, definitions of liability, liability exposures, liability policies, coverage, and exclusions


  • Types of insurance and application requirements
  • SPF #1 (Standard Automobile Policy Form, owner's form) and other SPFs
  • SEFs (Standard Endorsement Forms) and statutory conditions

Accident and Sickness

  • Provincial plans, group plans, and private accident-and-sickness policies


  • Single-trip and annual policies, ratings, and coverage


Tracy Harty, CAIB, FCIP

Course Pledge

We stand behind these courses and offer free retakes within a year from the initial course's start date. Should an online course not be convenient or available, students can register for only $100 (the difference in course price) in one of our immersion courses. To register for a retake, contact Course Coordinator Rob Barnes ( / 1-800-318-0197 ext. 102 / 780-423-4593) and bring your own textbook.


IBAA provides insurance courses and study material. For the exam, first register with the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry ( to obtain the CIPR number you need for the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC), and then register for the exam with AIC: 1-800-461-3367,

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