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Saskatchewan CE Requirements:

Life including Accident & Sickness or Accident & Sickness Only Agents:

Effective January 1, 2013, the Life Insurance Council Bylaw (bylaw) was amended to require Life including Accident & Sickness or Accident & Sickness Only Licensees to earn a minimum of 15 credit hours of continuing education in each annual reporting period.


General Agents:

Restricted Auto Licensee - Earn a minimum of three (3) credit hours of continuing education.


Level 1 to Level 3 / Property and Casualty Licensees and Insurer Representatives

Licensees who do not qualify under (3) or (4) below are required to earn a minimum of 12 credit hours of continuing education each annual reporting period.

Licensees with at least 25 years of continuous experience in the property and casualty insurance industry are required to earn a minimum of 8 credit hours of education each annual reporting period.


Adjuster Licensee:

Each annual reporting period licensees are required to earn a minimum of eight (8) credit hours of continuing education.

Continuing education for an adjuster licensee must be directly related to claims handling of property and casualty insurance products or services, or the management of an adjusting firm.

 

Restricted Travel Licensee

Each annual reporting period, licensees are required to earn a minimum of three (3) credit hours of continuing education.


Courses, programs or meetings related to sales production, promotion, motivation or computer training do not qualify for credit hours.

  • Non-resident licensees are required to comply with continuing education requirements in Saskatchewan unless they can provide evidence they are complying with a continuing education requirement in their resident jurisdiction.


Mandatory Ethics Training Course

(1)  Effective January 1, 2010 resident licensees must within the cycles set out below complete a council approved ethics course that is at least 3 hours in duration: 

         (a) Resident licensees who are licensed on or after January 1, 2010 must within three years of becoming licensed complete an ethics course.

         (b)  Resident licensees who hold a licence issued prior to January 1, 2010 must complete an ethics course by their annual reporting date in 2013.

         (c)  Resident licensees that have completed the course under (a) or (b) above must complete an ethics course within subsequent 5 year cycles.

         (d)  Credit hours earned for an ethics course can be applied towards a licensee's continuing education requirements.


REPEATS: Courses cannot be repeated within five years.

Thank you,

United Insurance Educators, Inc.

 
 
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