Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional Program®


Where do leaders in Canada’s property and casualty insurance industry get the knowledge and skills they need to achieve success? They get a Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP®) designation, the highest professional designation in Canada’s p&c industry. The FCIP provides a comprehensive business education with a unique p&c focus. The program offers current and future leaders the knowledge, skills and strategic insights they need to make the most of their careers regardless of their role in the organization.

Before you apply

Get support from your employer

If you need help convincing your boss that the FCIP is a sound investment, we have prepared a business case that you can tailor to your needs.

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Learn more about the program

Find out more about the program and the six courses that are tailored to the needs of p&c insurance professionals who aspire to leadership positions in the industry.

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Assess your readiness

Answer a few short questions designed to help you understand if the FCIP program is the right fit and how the program can help you reach your career goals.

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Ready to apply?

There are a few documents you will need in order to apply for admission to the FCIP program. Find out what you will need.


Apply for admission

The first step in enhancing your leadership skills is to apply for admission to the FCIP program. Once you have been admitted to the program, you may register for your FCIP courses within the applicable registration periods.

Application deadlines

Fall semester July 15
Winter semester November 15

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Earn the FCIP badge



We've partnered with Credly to issue a digital version of your accreditation that you can display everywhere, from your email signature and personal website to social media channels and digital resume. Once your Designation has been granted, you'll receive an email with a personal link to your badge. You've worked hard, now let the world know all that you've achieved.

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