The Insurance Council of BC sets requirements for general insurance brokers to complete a certain number BC continuing education courses. The amount of CE credits required are based on their level of experience but they all have to be done between June 1st and May 31st.
- New brokers licensed for less than 5 of the last 7 years need to get 8 continuing education (CE) credits each year.
- Experienced brokers licensed for more than 5 of the last 7 years need 6 CE credits.
- Brokers that hold a professional designation like CAIB or CIP only need 4 CE credits.
These requirements ensure that brokers are always up to date with best practices, new products, and knowledge. All things required to best advise their clients.
PNC Learning CE Courses
Our CE courses focus on 2 major areas. The latest industry trends like cannabis, drones, or blockchain. And key knowledge not covered in your licensing exams like underwriting, wrap up liability, professional liability, directors & officers insurance, etc.
To help improve your skills as a broker, we also develop courses focused on specific niches/lines such as construction insurance. If you want to specialize or work in a particular department at your brokerage, these courses will help you get up to speed.
In each course, we also break down complex policy wordings into simple terms and highlight important terms and conditions. Each course sites relevant case law and claims examples to ensure you have talking points to help you SELL to your clients.
BC Continuing Education Courses by PNC Learning
Get instant unlimited access to all of the accredited CE courses in our catalog for just $10/month (billed annually). We currently have over 30 CE courses valid for BC CE credits and we add more every year.