Independent Adjuster Level 2 Licensing in BC

There are four options for you to achieve the education required by the Insurance Council of BC to obtain a Level 2 Adjuster Licence:

Option 1: General Insurance Essentials (GIE), C110 and C111

This route requires you to complete the General Insurance Essentials (GIE) program, plus two courses from the Insurance Institute of Canada’s CIP designation program:

 

EXPERIENCE
Applicants must have 2 consecutive years of experience as a licensed level 1 adjuster.

EXAMINATIONS
For the General Insurance Essentials (GIE) program, see our licensing pages for exam details.
For C110 and C111, students will need to sit for and pass a national exam for each course. Exams operate on a set schedule with exam sessions in December, April and July each year.

FEES
For the General Insurance Essentials (GIE) program, see our licensing pages for current fee schedule.
For C110 and C111, see CIP pages for current fee schedule and the various learning options available to you.

Option 2: C11, C110 and C111

This route requires you to complete three courses from the Insurance Institute of Canada’s CIP designation program: \

 

EXPERIENCE
Applicants must have 2 consecutive years of experience as a licensed level 1 adjuster.

EXAMINATIONS
Students will need to sit for and pass a national exam for each course. Exams operate on a set schedule with exam sessions in December, April and July each year.

FEES
See CIP pages for current fee schedule and the various learning options available to you.


Option 3: C110, C111, C112 and four additional CIP courses

This route requires you to complete seven courses from the Insurance Institute of Canada’s CIP designation program:

 

EXPERIENCE
Applicants must have 2 consecutive years of adjusting experience. (Note: with the additional education, the Insurance Council of British Columbia will consider adjusting experience in a capacity that did not require a licence, for example as a staff adjuster.)

EXAMINATIONS
Students will need to sit for and pass a national exam for each course. Exams operate on a set schedule with exam sessions in December, April and July each year.

FEES
See CIP pages for current fee schedule and the various learning options available to you.

Option 4: CIP designation

This route requires you to have earned your CIP designation:

 

EXPERIENCE
Applicants must have 1 year of adjusting experience.

EXAMINATIONS
Students will need to sit for and pass a national exam for each course. Exams operate on a set schedule with exam sessions in December, April and July each year.

FEES
See CIP pages for current fee schedule and the various learning options available to you.