General Level 2 (Broker/Agent) Licensing in Northern Alberta
"I passed on my first attempt and I believe it was 100% due to the prep material.
The practice exams specifically were a tremendous help as they prepared me not only for the types of questions but also the style in which the questions were asked."
- Level 2 licensing student, October 2017
We provide study resources to prepare you to pass your General Level Two (Broker/Agent) Licensing exam. Choose from these two learning modes:
1. Self-study kit - updated
2. In-class (when available)
If you prefer independent study or if you need to be able to schedule studying to suit your busy professional and personal commitments, this format is perfect for you. Our course materials are presented as a self-directed learning kit to help you prepare for the General Insurance Level Two licensing examination in the province of Alberta.
The course material for this self-paced study offering has been freshly updated in 2017 to ensure alignment with the Alberta Insurance Council’s (AIC) curriculum design document for the new Level Two examination.
The Alberta General Insurance Level Two Self-Study kit includes the following:
1. New! Alberta General Level Two Licensing Manual - comprehensive and now fully updated
2. Alberta Automobile Insurance Licensing Supplement
3. Alberta Standard Automobile Policy S.P.F. No. 1
4. Comprehensive Homeowner, Tenant, Condominium Unit Owner Package Policy
5. New! Online Tutorial with 1300 practice exam questions (updated for 2017) and additional reference links.
Note: After successfully completing the online, multiple choice, self-assessment test with a passing mark of 70 percent or higher, you will receive an Insurance Institute certificate for 28 AIC continuing education hours. You will be able to download the certificate directly from the online tutorial.
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The Level 2 In-Class licensing course is an intense preparation for the actual Level 2 licensing exam. It is broken down into modules that closely follow the Curriculum Design Document (CDD) published by the Alberta Insurance Council. Numerous review tests are given throughout the course, plus practice exams that approximate the actual licensing exam. The instructor will also review how to approach the licensing exam and preparation for the difficult questions that will be encountered. Attending all the classroom sessions plus completion of the quizzes and review of materials provide the best opportunities for success on the licensing exam.
Call us at 780-424-1268 or drop in to our office at 204-10109-106 Street Edmonton.