Insurance Licensing in Nova Scotia

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Give yourself the best chance of success in your licensing exam.

The Insurance Institute is a trusted source of education for the p&c industry in Canada, and we want to ensure that new entrants to our industry are well-prepared.

 

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How do we help you get ready for licensing?

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Top reasons to choose our licensing course materials and exam:


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 Nova Scotia.

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.

Flexible formats.
We know you’re busy, so we are pleased to offer our licensing course in different learning formats to suit your needs. From self-study for the person who wants to work at their own pace and prefers to learn on their own, to immersive instructor led classes, check out our learning options.

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. Membership provides you with access to our designations that are recognized by insurance industry employers, as well as local professional development and networking opportunities. You'll also receive regular emails with industry job listings. As a member, you are making an investment in your career and the p&c insurance profession. Learn more about the benefits of membership.

Credit towards the CIP Program.
Once you've passed our licensing exam and received the provincial license, you will be eligible for credit towards our highly-regarded Chartered Insurance Professional designation program. You'll get credit for C11: Principles and Practice of Insurance, the first course in the program - meaning you'll be one course closer to becoming a CIP. Learn more about this transfer credit

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