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.

More webinars coming soon - stay tuned!  For seminar/webinar questions or inquiries, please contact Winnie at whon@insuranceinstitute.ca 

  • Choose Your Licensing Education Path Webinar - Free (PDT)
    WEBINAR | FOUNDATION | CONCEPTS Choose Your Licensing Education Path Not sure how to go about getting your General Licence? This session will help you to determine which is the best path for you. In this session, you will learn about different paths to become licensed in BC and Alberta for General Level 1, 2 & 3. Learning Objectives: Available Licensing Methods Level 1 Licensing Options Level 2 and 3 CIP Courses Available classes and format Presenter: Anastasia "Stacey" Dubois, CIP, RPT Anas ...

  • Educational Planning for Insurance Professionals Webinar - Free (PDT)
    WEBINAR | FOUNDATION | CONCEPTS In this seminar, p articipants explore the various insurance professional education resources and programs available . L earn how they complement each other, and discover effective planning strategies that enhance their continuing professional development. Participants improve their understanding of the various learning programs available and learn how to effectively map their education direction. Programs discussed will include: BC and Alberta licensing programs ...

  • Builder's Risk: A Practical Approach to First Party Claims Webinar (PST)
    This is the registration page for IIBC members. Please register with your local Institute office: IISK WEBINAR | BUILDING | TECHNICAL The Builder’s Risk policy is designed to provide broad coverage; however, it does not cover all property connected to the construction project nor does it cover every risk. Understanding the dynamics involved in handling first-party claims for Builder's Risk from multiple perspectives involved in the claims process is integral. Explore how the different parties in ...