This final course
will help you to integrate all you have learned throughout
the FCIP Program. The primary focus for the course is a capstone
project, based on a real leadership-level challenge that a property and casualty (p&c)
insurance organization or the industry experiences. You will prepare a project
proposal, carry out the proposal, and present on the results.
Upon successfully completing this
course, you will be able to do the following:
1. Develop a proposal to address a real leadership-level
2. Complete a complex project, building on FCIP
Program content as well as personal, company, and/or p&c insurance
3. Relate FCIP Program content to your
own organizational and professional experience, strengthening understanding, analysis, and decision
4. Engage with
people from other roles and other types of p&c organization to enhance a
multifaceted understanding of the Canadian p&c insurance
5. Practise critical thinking skills, including
reflecting on experience to increase learning.
6. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills
needed by insurance professionals.
Course topics focus on practical
application of the knowledge, skills and insights developed throughout the FCIP
Program in order to complete the final capstone project. They include the
• Review of
Learning from the Previous FCIP Courses
• Development of a Proposal for the
• Critically Reflective Practice
• Online Discussion
Supporting Project Progress
• Preparation for Evaluation of the
The capstone project must be complex enough to address areas covered by the other
FCIP courses. It may focus on research and analysis of a specific
challenge or on implementation of an initiative in response to a challenge. The project
may address a challenge that is of concern to your own organization
or to the industry.
• This course
runs for two semesters beginning in September each year.
• You are
required to present on the results of the capstone project before a
panel of evaluators.
• You are responsible for making your own
arrangements to attend the face-to-face final evaluation. Travel and
accommodation costs are not included in the course fee.
• You must maintain
confidentiality of personal and company information shared in the
are based on participation in online discussions, assignments, a final written report
on the project and a presentation to a panel of evaluators.
• Before registering for this
course, you must have successfully completed all five of the other FCIP
• F510: Strategy in the P&C Insurance Industry
Leading in the Insurance World
• F530: Financial Management for Insurance
• F540: Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in the Insurance Industry
F550: Emerging Issues: Implications for the P&C Insurance
• You must submit a letter of
agreement from your employer upon registration for the course. A template is
This final FCIP course is designed
specifically for current and future leaders in Canada’s property and casualty
insurance industry who have completed the other five FCIP courses. Whether
you’re a broker, an underwriter or a claims professional; a supervisor, manager
or director – this course will help you integrate and apply the skills and
knowledge you’ve developed in your progress through the FCIP Program.