2017 National Education Month Trivia Contest
Date and Time: February 01, 2017 - February 28, 2017
Each week during National
Education Month (February 1 - 28, 2017) come back to this page for the Trivia Question of the Week.
The question will be updated by 10 a.m. daily on Wednesday of each week and all
answers can be found on The Insurance Institute of Canada
website - www.insuranceinstitute.ca
The contest will run as follows:
Week 1: February 1 -
Week 2: February 8 - 14
Week 3: February 15 -
21 Week 4: February 22 - 28
answer to IINSspecial@insuranceinstitute.caincluding the week
of the question you are answering, i.e.
"Trivia Contest - Week 1". Correct answers submitted no later than
11:59 p.m. on the last day
of the weeks indicated above will be entered for the weekly draw of a $75 gift card.
Please note that this contest is only open to 'members
in good standing'
of the Insurance Institute of
Bookmark this page and
come back each week to find out the winner from the previous week and answer the
next question for your chance to win!
February 1 - 7:
What are the two "New"
Learning Options for the CIP program introduced by the Insurance Institute of
Nova Scotia in 2017?
Support: Are you registered for a
rewrite and looking for extra help? Rewrite Support is for you. For $250 + HST
you have full access to either Virtual or Weekend Warrior classes and
instructors, including recorded sessions, but you're not required to attend
classes, complete assignments, or write the midterm. Your grade is based
solely upon the final exam.
Auditing a Course: Do you already have your CIP or
FCIP? If one of our courses would
be helpful in your current position, Auditing may be the answer for you. You don't
write the final examination or receive a CIP credit, but
you do benefit from quality instruction. You pay $250 + HST
plus the cost of books, if required, but no examination
Winner: Darryl Wilson, FCIP - Arthur J. Gallagher, New Glasgow
February 8 - 14:
Question #2: Name one of the Top
Reasons to choose the Insurance Institute of Nova Scotia's new course materials
to get your Level One NS General Insurance
1. Tailored content.
The content for this course has been specially selected to meet the direct
knowledge requirements for general insurance level one agents and brokers in
2. Practical knowledge. You will be
able to use the knowledge from our course to be highly successful in a
brokerage/agency setting, which will enable you to build a solid foundation
for a great career.
3. Online tutorial with a 50-question practice
exam. Every part of this licensing course is designed to prepare you
for success on your licensing exam.
4. Flexible formats.
We know you’re busy, so we are pleased to offer our licensing course in two
different learning formats to suit your needs.
relevant exam. The study materials you receive are closely aligned to
our accompanying exam, which you'll also take through the Insurance Institute
of Nova Scotia as part of this course.
6. Membership is
included. The cost of our course includes membership with the
Insurance Institute of Nova Scotia, your trusted local resource for insurance
education and professional development.
Credit towards the CIP Program. Once
you've passed the licensing exam, you will be eligible for credit towards the
highly-recognized CIP designation
Jill Silver, CIP - Economical Insurance,
February 15 -
Question #3: Name one of the Insurance Institute of Nova
Scotia's Networking Events in 2017, and the
Insurance Institute/Honorable Order of
the Blue Goose Curling Bonspiel: March 28
Fling: May 11
CIP Society Golf Tournament: July 11
Softball Tournament: September 15
South Shore Soiree: October
Sydney Soiree: November
Mark MacDonald, FCIP - Aon Risk
February 22 - 28:
Question #4: Name one of the Insurance
Institute of Nova Scotia's
Crawford and Company
Jack & Co.
Jennifer Poirier, CIP - Intact