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Choose Your Licensing Education
Not sure how to go about getting your General
License? This session will help you to determine which is the best path
In this session, you will learn about different
paths to become licensed in Alberta for General Level 1, 2 & 3.
With recent changes to the CIP Equivalencies that were announced by AIC in
October 2019, there have been updates in the required courses which we will
review during this session.
- Available Licensing Methods
- Recent Course updates to CIP
- GLQP process for Level 1
- Available classes and format
"Stacey" Dubois, CIP, RPT
been in the insurance industry probably for more years than a woman likes to
admit, the better part of 24 years. She began in the industry very young in 1993
in Ontario. After a few years of working with an agent, she stepped away from
insurance to work in the non-profit field organizing and planning fundraising
events, a wonderful passion that she still enjoys today in a volunteer capacity.
She was lured back to the field of insurance shortly after moving her family
from Ontario to Calgary.
journey has observed the successful completion of various goals, CIP
designation, Adult learning certification, teaching for the Insurance Institute,
managing teams to gain efficiencies across Canada and even as far away as
Egypt. Anastasia finds herself completing another one of her life’s goals by
now being a full time staff member with the Institute.
admittedly calls herself an insurance geek - truly loving the industry that she
has a pleasure to work in on a daily basisFormat:
Date: December 7, 2021
Presentation: 2 - 2:45 p.m. MST
Webinar is Free to the industry.
CE Credits: AIC Course
ID # 55123, .75 CE Hours General. Full attendance is
*** Late arrival or early departure results in no CE
hours issued as per the Alberta Insurance Council regulations. For a webinar,
this includes a transmission disruption due to unresolvable technical issues.
Partial hours cannot be issued. *** Link to webinar: Prior to the webinar, all
registrants will receive an e-mail providing the direct link to the
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