Adjuster Licensing Education: Ontario
Candidates in Ontario must first be the holder of a letter of authority, and then are required to complete four CIP courses within 30 months in order to receive a Probationary Adjusters Licence. The courses are:
C11: Principles and Practices of Insurance (or both C81 and C82 - the GIE certificate)
C12: Insurance on Property
C14: Automobile Insurance—Part 1 (Ontario)
C110: Essentials of Loss Adjusting
After the receipt of a Probationary Adjusters Licence individuals must successfully complete another four CIP courses in 30 months in order to be eligible to appear before the Qualification Board to complete the oral exam. Those four courses are:
C13: Insurance Against Liability – Part 1
C32: Bodily Injury Claims
C111: Advanced Loss Adjusting
C112: Practical Issues in Claims Management
Independent adjuster licenses in Ontario are administered by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority and candidates who have completed the course requirements must pass an oral exam administered by the Canadian Independent Adjusters' Association. Contact either of these organizations or your local institute or chapter for further information.
Contact us toll-free at 1-866-362-8585 or get in touch with your local chapter.