LLQP (Life Licence Qualification Program) exam prerequisites, course information, and other life insurance licence qualifications and requirements for individuals, partnerships, or corporations in BC.
Council makes every effort to keep the LLQP information regularly updated. Please check back often.
Council is here to help. Your insurance licensee resources include compliance information such as licensee responsibilities; council rules; continuing education; disciplinary decisions and process; and other useful information for licensed individuals, partnerships, or corporations in BC.
Council makes every effort to keep insurance licensee resources regularly updated. Please check back often.
If a licensee is asked to submit course completion certificates as part of a continuing education (CE) audit and the records provided reflect the licensee has completed the same course more than once during the licence year audited, Council will ask the licensee to demonstrate how the content has fundamentally changed each time it was taken.
If your own name has changed, please complete the Change of Name form and send it to Council with the supporting documentation asked for in the form and the fee. Forms submitted without their fee will not be processed and will be returned.
If the name of your company has changed, you use the same Change of Name form, but is recommended that you first contact Council to determine what other information will need to be provided as the change may have other implications to your licence.
An applicant for an insurance agent or adjuster licence must have attained the age of 19 years.
An applicant for a general insurance salesperson licence must have attained the age of 16 years.
Your BC registration must mirror your licence in your home jurisdiction. To apply for any form of non-resident licensing in BC, applicants must apply for the same class and comparable level of licence in their home jurisdiction. Under Council's Code of Conduct (10.3.1), licensees must hold themselves out in the matter in which they are licensed; please ensure your licence application properly reflects how you will be conducting business in BC.
Yes. All corporations, partnerships, and sole-proprietorships must be registered and be in good standing with the BC Corporate Registry.
Still have questions? Please feel free to contact one of our licensing officers at 604-695-2007 or by email at email@example.com.