C13: Insurance Against Liability—Part 1

Please note that the final examination for this course is a computer-based exam.

To understand liability insurance, you must first know something of the law and the Canadian legal system and the differences between the common law and the Civil Code of Québec. Insurance Against Liability—Part 1 is not a law course, but it does introduce you to those legal principles that affect liability insurance. It discusses some of the more common ways people become liable to each other and explains how this liability may be insured or why it cannot be insured. Insurance Against Liability—Part 1 is one of the building blocks of your CIP Program. We recommend you take C12: Insurance on Property and C14: Automobile Insurance—Part 1  first.

Course Outline

• Introduction to liability insurance
• Canadian law
• General concepts of liability
• Common law
• Québec Civil Code
• Products liability and its effects
• Liability policies
• Measuring underwriting exposure

Who Should Register

All insurance courses offered by The Insurance Institute are designed for individuals who want to attain a highly recognized and respected professional designation in the p&c industry. The professional designation Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) is recognized across Canada and elsewhere around the world as the benchmark of insurance professionalism.

Insurance Against Liability—Part 1 is for industry professionals, including brokers and agents, underwriters and adjusters, who want a comprehensive p&c education and the skills and knowledge required to advance their careers.

Course Offerings

The following are the courses, by methodology, that are being offered by the institute.

Instructor Led

Name Location Start Date End Date Class Time Delivery Method  
C13: Insurance on Property (Evening) Charlottetown 4/16/2018 6/25/2018 6:30 pm Atlantic Virtual


Name Start Date End Date Method  
C13: Insurance Against Liability—Part 1 /C13 : L'assurance de la responsabilité civile, 1re partie 4/1/2018 7/24/2018 Independent Study