Insurance Licensing in New Brunswick


LICENSING EXAMS CAN BE CHALLENGING—WHICH IS WHERE WE COME IN.


The Insurance Institute provides study resources to prepare you to take the exams to get your agent/broker or adjuster license in New Brunswick, in accordance with the Insurance Act of New Brunswick. As a trusted source of education for the p&c industry in Canada, we want to ensure that new entrants to our industry are well-prepared.

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The Financial and Consumer Services Commission oversees insurance licensing in the province of New Brunswick. Learn about careers in the insurance industry.

General Insurance Agent/Broker Licensing

Below are the education requirements needed to prepare you to pass your licensing exams. When you are confident that you know the content and are ready to take the exam, contact the Insurance Institute of New Brunswick to schedule.

Level 1

Successful completion of CIP courses C11, C12, C14 and C130

Level 2

Level 1 requirements plus successful completion of CIP courses C13, C120, C72 and C131

Level 3

Level 1 and 2 requirements plus the successful completion of CIP course C132

Insurance Adjuster Licensing

Below are the education requirements needed to prepare you to pass your licensing exams. When you are confident that you know the content and are ready to take the exam, contact the Insurance Institute of New Brunswick to schedule.

Level 1

There are no educational requirements, but you must be supervised by a level three adjuster.

Level 2

Option 1:  Successful completion of CIP course C11
Option 2:  Successful completion of CIP courses C81 and C82 (GIE program)

Level 3

For a specialization in property damage:
Successful completion of CIP courses C12, C13, C110, and C111

For a specialization in automobile physical damage:
Successful completion of CIP courses C13, C14, C110 and C111

For a specialization in automobile accident benefits:
Successful completion of CIP courses C14, C32, C110 and C111

For a specialization in bodily injury:
Successful completion of CIP courses C13, C14, C32, C110 and C111

PLEASE NOTE: Within 36 months after your level 2 licence is issued, you need to acquire 24 months of work experience in claims adjusting. Please be aware that any experience acquired before the level 2 licence was issued won't count for the purpose of this subsection.


Learning formats

We offer CIP classes in several learning formats to suit your busy schedule:

1. In-class learning
2. Virtual classes
3. Distance learning

To see what's on offer, visit our CIP courses page.

 

For more information about licensing requirements, you can contact the Financial and Consumer Services Commission or the Insurance Institute of New Brunswick.