The Academic Council is responsible for the design and delivery of national educational programs and professional development opportunities responsive to the needs of Institute members and the insurance and financial services industry.The Academic Council is headed by a chair who is appointed by the Executive Committee and includes a group of ten professionals representing the Institute membership from all sectors of the industry and all regions of Canada.
The Council also revises the national examination service, including the rules and regulations that provide the foundation for the high standards that exist for the Institute's programs. The CIP sub-committee reports to the Academic Council and monitors the CIP Program to ensure that the text material is current and relevant.
The Professionals’ Council’s role is to build awareness and recognition of the Institute's CIP and FCIP designations among insurance professionals and the public. The Council is also responsible for providing professional development opportunities at the academic and experience level of Institute graduates as well as networking opportunities. In addition, the Council promotes benefits of membership in the CIP Society and promotes insurance careers to students through the Career Connections program.
The Professionals’ Council is headed by a chair, appointed by the Executive Committee. The Council includes a group of ten professionals representing the community of Institute graduates from all sectors of the industry and all regions of Canada.
The council members for each local institute and chapter are listed within their pages; please visit your local institute or chapter home page for more information.