Insurance Institute of Canada
The Insurance Institute has played a pivotal role in the insurance community for over a century. Take advantage of our knowledge bank, leverage our resources, tap into our network, let us help you reach your career goals.
Programs -
Our programs are designed to appeal to all streams of the property and casualty industry - brokers, risk managers, claims professionals, underwriters, adjusters, appraisers and more.
Insurance Licensing -
How insurance licensing works in Canada. Insurance is regulated at both the federal and provincial level in this country. The federal level is focused on ensuring the financial stability of insurance companies, and the provincial level deals with the licensing of individuals. Each province and territory has its own insurance regulator.
Courses -
Applied professional courses allow you to explore one or more common career paths in the industry. These courses have prerequisites. See the individual courses for details. C110. Essentials of Loss Adjusting. C111. Advanced Loss Adjusting. C112. Practical Issues in Claims Management.
Courses -
Evening (22) Clear all filters. See an overview of the insurance education programs, courses, events and seminars offered by the Insurance Institute.
RIBO licensing exam
The Institute is able to support online registration for the following virtually proctored exams: Entry Level - Level 1. RIBO Level 1. Unrestricted - Level 2. RIBO Level 2: Unrestricted – Management. RIBO Level 2: Unrestricted – Technical. RIBO Level 2: Unrestricted - Farm. RIBO Equivalency exams. RIB Act, Regulations & By-laws Equivalency.
Virtually proctored exams
How virtual proctoring works. Students who opt to take their exams online will connect to their exam using a personal computer or laptop in a location of their choice. They will be monitored by a live proctor throughout the exam via their webcam and microphone. The entire exam session will be recorded, and any unusual behaviour will be flagged.
Exams -
Booking your OTL Exam. Exam times are booked on a first-come, first-served basis, so schedule your exam immediately after registering. In-person exams are offered monthly at the following Institute offices on a limited schedule. Upcoming in-person exam dates: March 13, April 24, May 8.
Level 1 Exams -
The cost of each RIBO exam attempt is $300. Each rewrite is an additional $300. This fee is separate from the RIBO licensing application fee (see RIBO Exam Policies). Online Exams. Exam times are booked on a first-come, first-served basis, so schedule your exam immediately after registering. They are offered on a monthly basis, select the ...
Exams -
Exams. Each CIP course has a final exam. Follow the links to find out more about in-person and virtually proctored exams, rules to follow, and ways to set yourself up for success. Credits and Exemptions. Exam Format. Virtually Proctored Online Exam. Exam requirements and rules.