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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Council makes every effort to keep insurance licensee resources regularly updated. Please check back often.
Exam scheduling | Exam scheduling is temporarily unavailable as we update our systems to accomodate the cancellation of exam sittings in December. Scheduling for 2021 exam dates will be available again on December 14. Please note that these exam dates are subject to change, based on Provincial Health Orders. (Updated December 7, 2020)
Log into your portal account using your user name and password. You do not need to create a new account, and you do not require a PIN. Your user name is the email address that you have on file with Council. If this is the first time that you are logging into your account, your temporary password is your date of birth (MMDDYYYY). The system will prompt you to change your password after your first log in.
On the portal login screen, click on “I’ve forgotten my password.” Type in the email address associated with your account. You will need to provide the answer to your security question. A temporary password will be sent to you via email. When you log into the portal with your temporary password, the system will prompt you to change it. (See the FAQ below for common questions about password retrieval and security questions.)
If you do not have a portal account or you no longer have access to the email address associated with your account and can therefore not use the "I've forgotten my password" option, you can register for a new account. Click on "Register for an Account" from the portal login screen. Fill in the required account information, then click on "Add New or Existing Contact to Account." On the following screen, the name, birthdate and email address entered must be an exact match to the information in Council's database or your licence record will not display once you log into your portal account.
Corporate licensees have the ability to add delegates to their portal account. A delegate can make changes to the corporate account through the portal--for example, someone other than the nominee can be assigned to make updates to contact information, manage Authorizations to Represent (ATRs), or complete fee payments on behalf of the corporate licence.
In the portal, while logged into the corporate licence account, from the main menu, click on "Manage delegates," then "Add a Delegate." Enter the name and email address for your account delegate and select which items you would like the delegate to manage on your behalf. The system will send an email and the delegate will need to log into the portal (and create a portal account if one is not already created) in order to accept the invitation. Permissions can be revoked or amended at any time through the portal.
You no longer need a PIN to set up your account. All current licensees can access the portal with their user name or email, and their password. Your user name is the email address that you currently have on file with the Insurance Council, or a unique ID created by you on your first login.
If you no longer have access to the email address that was associated with your portal account, you can register for a new account by following the steps noted above.
You may have a different email address on file with Council. If you’ve logged into the portal before, then you’ll need to use the email address associated with the account in order to reset your password.
Please review the annual filing page for further information.
Click on Manage my applications. Fees owing will display in the Action column.
Fines/Costs, Other Fees
Click on View my licence record(s). Fees owing will display in the Action column.