Life insurance agents in Manitoba licensed by the Insurance Council of Manitoba (ICM) need a certain number of CE credits each licensing period to maintain their certification. Failure to do so can result in penalties such as suspending your certificate and authority to practice and sell life insurance products. To avoid this, make sure you are familiar with Manitoba life insurance CE requirements!
If you are in another province, we have guides on Ontario Life Insurance CE Requirements, BC Life Insurance CE Requirements, Alberta Life Insurance CE Requirements, and more.
Manitoba Life Insurance CE Requirements
All life insurance agents in Manitoba need 15 CE credit hours for each licensing term.
The licensing term for Manitoba is between June 1st and May 31st of the next year (ie. June 1st, 2021 – May 31st, 2022)
Can I Carry Forward Any CE Credits?
No, in Manitoba you cannot carry forward any CE credits into the next year.
Life Insurance CE Course Requirements
In Manitoba, you can take any ICM approved course but you can only use up to 5 CE credits from segregated funds courses. These are courses containing seg funds related investment education.
How Do I Know if a Course Is Approved for Credits?
All valid life insurance CE courses come with an ICM course number on the certificate. You can also search the ICM website for a list of approved courses and course providers.
How Can I Get LLQP CE Credits?
You can get all of the CE credits you need through PNC Learning’s Life Insurance CE Course Subscription. Get all of the credits you need for just $10/month.
In addition to access to CE courses, you’ll also get a members-only newsletter to keep you up to date with the latest industry trends and actionable information to help you become a better advisor. CE certificates are also tracked automatically through your account profile on our website so you’ll never lose a certificate again!