Restricted Auto Licensing
Are you prepared to meet the needs of your customers?
Get the skills and knowledge you need to better serve your clients, while meeting the requirements specified by the General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan.
** NOTE: Restricted Auto Agent exams have been suspended in the Province of Saskatchewan due to COVID-19. We continue to monitor this issue closely. **
Our Restricted Agent course is designed to give you a thorough understanding of the basics of automobile insurance and a solid foundation of knowledge about the laws, regulations and provisions that impact motorists in Saskatchewan.
Why our course?
• Our Restricted Agent licensing course offers everything you need to get licensed and be prepared to immediately service customers more professionally and efficiently.
• Our course is accessible in various formats to fit your demanding schedule and commitments.
• You'll have access to subject matter experts to support your learning.
• For your convenience, you can sit both exams with us, and can choose to sit them sequentially;
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The course requires you to successfully write two exams - your Restricted Auto final course exam as well as a By-laws exam. Here's the details:
• Restricted Auto exam - you must attain a passing mark of 60% on the course exam.
• By-laws exam - there are two types of by-laws exams:
1. The Restricted Auto by-laws exam is a 30-question exam that covers the material in the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan By-laws exam. You are responsible for obtaining the most recent copy of the ICS By-laws, and you must attain a mark of 75% to pass the ICS By-laws exam.
2. If you are planning on obtaining your General Level 1 licence after this, we suggest you skip the above exam and ask us about instead taking the General By-laws exam (40 questions). This exam is applicable to both Restricted Auto and Level 1 - meaning you don't need to take both by-laws exams. Please note the study materials are the same (the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan by-laws.
On completion of the examination, you’ll be awarded three (3) continuing education hours by the Insurance Councils Saskatchewan (ICS).