LLQP (Life Licence Qualification Program) exam prerequisites, course information, and other life insurance licence qualifications and requirements for individuals, partnerships, or corporations in BC.
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Travel insurance sole-proprietor licence qualifications, requirements, and application information for first-time or returning individuals applying for a travel insurance licence in BC:
All individuals, including non-residents, whose applications are received by Council on or after March 1, 2019, must complete the Council Rules Course to qualify for licensure with Council, except those that qualify for licensure under Reactivation Provision in Council Rule 2(19). Please refer to Council Notice ICN 18-003 Revision of the Council Rules Course Requirement.
Employees or commissioned salespeople of the licensed travel insurance agency do not need to hold a licence if their only insurance-related activity is to sell travel insurance incidental to the ordinary business of the travel agent or wholesaler.
Employees of the licensed travel insurance agency or wholesaler must meet education requirements to qualify for the individual licensing exemption:
PO Box 12612, Martinway Plaza
Etobicoke, ON M9R 4C7
Telephone: 1-888-257-2282│1-905-282-9294 (ext. 128)
Email: (Exam Coordinator) email@example.com
*Council does not have information regarding course costs, delivery methods, or scheduling.
Courses must be completed within one year of submitting a licence application to the Insurance Council. We will consider courses completed outside of the one-year-limit, if you have completed additional courses, which lead to a CAIB or CIP designation, within the last year of the application date, and all the courses leading to the designation were completed within one year of each other. Please submit exam results for each course along with your licence application for review.
View and download the Travel Insurance Sole-Proprietor Licence Application
View the Travel Insurance Sole-Proprietor Licence Fee Schedule