Licence Qualifications
General Insurance
 
 

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General Insurance

    Section 168 of the Act defines an insurance agent as: “…a person, other than an insurance company or an extraprovincial insurance corporation, who solicits, obtains or takes an application for insurance, or negotiates for or procures insurance, or signs or delivers a policy, or collects or receives a premium.”

    Section 168 of the Act defines an insurance salesperson as: “…an individual who is employed by an insurance agent or by an insurer to solicit, obtain or take an application for general insurance, or to negotiate for or procure general insurance, or to collect or receive a premium for general insurance.”

To obtain qualification details, application forms, instructions and fee schedules, click on the type / level of general insurance licence you wish to apply for from the following list:

1. GENERAL INSURANCE SALESPERSON LEVEL 1 LICENCE;

2. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT LEVEL 2 LICENCE;

3. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT LEVEL 3 LICENCE;

4. GENERAL INSURANCE SOLE-PROPRIETOR LICENCE;

5. GENERAL INSURANCE CORPORATE OR PARTNERSHIP AGENT LICENCE;

6. GENERAL INSURANCE TRAINEE REGISTRATION.