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.
The health and safety of the public, our licensees, and our staff is our priority. At this time, we are taking special measures to ensure that we can continue to provide services and carry out our regulatory functions, while limiting the need for in-person interactions, as advised by the Provincial Health Officer.
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The Insurance Council is continuing to conduct business via phone, email and online; however, our office building is currently closed to public access. Please see the information below on changes to our processes.
As of January 27, 2021, we have introduced an option for online LLQP exam sittings. LLQP Exam sittings also continue to be available in-person at our Vancouver location. For information, please see our LLQP Exam: Information and Registration page.
Should you have questions, please contact our Examinations team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-695-2006.
We are currently accepting applications for insurance licences via email to email@example.com. Licence application forms are available on our website and have been updated to accept e-signatures.
Please do not send any payment details via email; a member of our licensing team will contact you directly regarding payment. For the criminal record check required for licensing applications, if you are unable to obtain a criminal record check through your local municipal police or RCMP detachments, we are currently accepting criminal record checks that are based on information maintained by the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) from non-police entities such as:
Changes to Authority to Represent can be completed in real-time through the Online Portal. Instructions for the Add Authority to Represent process can be found on our website.
The deadline for licensees to complete their Continuing Education (CE) credit requirements for 2020 has been extended by a year. Licensees will now have until May 31, 2021 to complete their 2020 CE credit requirement. Find out more.
For information about other licensing-related services, such as licensee name changes, please contact our licensing department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-695-2007.
If you have a general practice or regulatory question, please contact our Practice and Quality Assurance team at email@example.com or call 604-695-2008 for assistance.
Our building remains closed to public access, but we have resumed receiving courier deliveries. Please note, submitting documents electronically is still the preferred option, as our building is currently not accessible to the public. If you still wish to send documents via courier, please ensure that your shipping company understands that the courier will need to phone our office upon arrival and a staff member will meet them to accept the item. Items sent via Canada Post or ICS Courier have been easier to retrieve; other courier companies are less consistent with their deliveries and items may be delayed. We are able to accept deliveries between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.