The Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (ICS) has created different continuing education requirements to ensure that life agents are knowledgeable and keep up with the latest industry changes. This guide will go over Saskatchewan Life Insurance CE requirements and how you can stay compliant.
For other provinces, please see our guide on BC life insurance CE requirements, Alberta life CE requirements, Ontario life insurance CE requirements, Manitoba life insurance CE requirements, and more.
Saskatchewan Life Insurance CE Requirements
How Many CE Credits Do Life Agents in Saskatchewan Need?
Life agents need 15 CE credits each year.
Are There Any Requirements on the Courses You Take?
At least 10 of the 15 hours you take must be related to life insurance or accident & sickness (A&S) insurance products. The rest can be other related courses like segregated funds. Courses related to sales skills or motivation do not qualify for credits.
Life insurance agents in Saskatchewan also need 3 hours of Ethics training each year.
Mandatory Ethics Training
During each term, life insurance agents need to complete 3 hours of Ethics training:
- You need to complete 3 Ethics CE courses the year you become licensed
- Then every 5 years after that
How Can I Get Saskatchewan Life Insurance CE Credits?
ICS accredits certain CE course providers for life and general insurance. PNC Learning provides accredited life insurance CE courses for just $10/month.
In addition to CE courses and Ethics courses, subscribers get access to a members-only newsletter and certificates are tracked automatically online so you never lose a certificate again.