Seminar Program

The Insurance Institute of British Columbia offers numerous educational and professional development seminars and training sessions to meet the needs of insurance professionals.  Delivered in a variety of formats and in various locations. Most of our seminars provide CE credits for the broker and adjuster licences.  Bookmark this page and visit often to keep informed of upcoming opportunities.  We welcome you contact us if you have a topic to suggest.

  • Business Interruption Demystified (Kelowna)
    Audience | This half-day seminar for adjusters, brokers and underwriters is a continuation of the "Introduction to Business Interruption Insurance" seminar to gain a deeper understanding of this topic. Attendance at the introductory seminar is not a prerequisite to attend this seminar. All attendees welcome. CLASSROOM | BUILDING | TECHNICAL Do you want to build on your foundation of business interruption knowledge? Do you want to improve your understanding of how various wordings apply to differ ...

  • Strata Water Loss Workshop: Managing Water Damage Claims in a Strata (Victoria)
    CLASSROOM | BUILDING | TECHNICAL Water damage is the most common type of loss in our industry, and when the loss includes a strata unit, it can involve multiple parties and policies. So, where do you start with a water damage claim in strata? This seminar will begin with an explanation of the legal principles in respect to the obligations to repair, the duty to insure, and how they relate to each other in the context of BC legislation. The remainder of this seminar will be an interactive worksho ...

  • Strata Water Loss Workshop: Managing Water Damage Claims in a Strata (Langley)
    CLASSROOM | BUILDING | TECHNICAL Water damage is the most common type of loss in our industry, and when the loss includes a strata unit, it can involve multiple parties and policies. So, where do you start with a water damage claim in strata? This seminar will begin with an explanation of the legal principles in respect to the obligations to repair, the duty to insure, and how they relate to each other in the context of BC legislation. The remainder of this seminar will be an interactive worksho ...