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Your Licensing Education Path
Not sure how to go about getting your General License? This session
will help you to determine which is the best path for you.
In this session, you will learn about different paths to become licensed
in Alberta for General Level 1, 2 & 3. With recent changes to the
CIP Equivalencies that were announced by AIC in October 2019, there have been
updates in the required courses which we will review during this session.
- Available Licensing Methods
- Recent Course updates to CIP
- GLQP process for Level 1
- Available classes and format
"Stacey" Dubois, CIP, RPT
With nearly 30 years of industry
experience, self-described insurance geek Anastasia Dubois has journeyed through
a variety of roles engaging every part of the insurance spectrum since 1993.
From broker to direct writer, front line analyst to leadership, (even a little
non-profit along the way) the depth of her career path provides her with a
detailed map to insurance mastery. Her current position with the Insurance
Institute of Canada, enables her to support the Western and Atlantic regions as
a Customer Relationship Manager. This role provides the perfect outlet for
Anastasia to share her knowledge and passion of the insurance industry in
No stranger to facilitation and training, she relishes the
opportunity to guide students, peers, and leaders towards CIP designation in a
meaningful and positive way.
Still on Anastasia’s personal and professional "to do"
list?? Achieving her CRM designation, write a romance novel and try scuba
Presentation: 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. CST
Webinar is Free to the industry. Registration
Registration deadline is January 8,
ICM Course ID #38920 .75 CE Hours
General. Full attendance is required
*** Late arrival or early departure results in no CE
hours issued as per the Alberta Insurance Council regulations. For a webinar,
this includes a transmission disruption due to unresolvable technical issues.
Partial hours cannot be issued. *** Link to webinar: Prior to the webinar, all
registrants will receive an e-mail providing the direct link to the
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