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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The LLQP is a required certification if you, or your organization want to sell life insurance products in British Columbia.
Before Registering for an Exam
What are the LLQP Exam Perequisites?
Do You Need to Take the Harmonized LLQP Course?
Looking for LLQP Exam Guides?
Want to take the LLQP Exam?
See further information on the Harmonized LLQP course and LLQP exam (Life Licence Qualification Program Exam):
The Harmonized LLQP course (Harmonized Life Licence Qualification Program course) is the first step to applying for a life insurance licence in British Columbia. The course is regulated nationally by the Canadian Insurance Services Regulatory Organizations (CISRO).
You must take the course with a Council approved Harmonized LLQP course provider. The course can be taken online or in-class, on a full time or part-time basis, depending on the provider.
Find a Council approved LLQP course provider
The LLQP Exam Information Guides provide information you need to know about exam registration, scheduling, preparing for exam day, and taking the exam. The LLQP exam is open-book, and during exam sessions, examinees can access the standardized exam preparation material on an electronic tablet.
If you have further questions after reviewing the information in this section, please contact us.
Completed registration and payment must be submitted to Council's office in person or via mail.
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