Nova Scotia - 3 March 2021

Convocation Details

Convocation is a time to come together to celebrate your academic achievements and the important milestones in your professional life. While the pandemic has changed how we are able to come together, we have planned a special virtual celebration to honour everyone who has worked so hard to complete their programs and designations under difficult circumstances.

Register colleagues, friends and family for a complimentary ticket and join us for a joyful celebration!

Important: Students who completed their final CIP course(s) in December 2020 will be invited to attend convocation as a graduate in 2022. 

DATE:

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

TIME:

6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Atlantic

WHERE:

Anywhere with an internet connection!

 

Click Here to Register as a Graduate or Guest

 

 

Thank you to our...

 

Premier Sponsor


Cox & Palmer

 

Platinum Sponsors

Agile

economical logo

Huestis Insurance Group

 

Strum logo

 

Gold Sponsors

 

Aviva

Brokerlink

First On Site logo

 

Portage Mutual

Wawanesa logo

 

Silver Sponsors

 

HSB

Burns and Wilcox

CEP Forensic logo

 

Contrast Engineering

Marsh Adjustment

SystemCare

 

Bronze Sponsors

 

Bauld

Cheep Insurance

Ecclesiastical

 

HUB

 

STEPS TO BECOMING A CIP DURING THE PANDEMIC

When you successfully complete your final exam in the CIP program, you are automatically eligible to graduate, but a few steps need to happen before you can begin using your CIP designation. We need to ensure you meet the academic and employment requirements of the program, including at least one year of full-time employment in the industry. If we require any additional information from you, you will be notified by email.

Students who wrote (and passed!) their final exam in August 2020 will start using the CIP designation on December 1, 2020. Students who completed their CIP courses in December 2020 will be invited to attend convocation as a graduate next year (2022).