The goal of this article is to outline the steps you need to take to write the LLQP exam in Saskatchewan.
An LLQP license unlocks many possible career paths for people. With this license, you can work as a life insurance agent, sell health insurance, be a group benefits advisor, or sell financial products like segregated funds and annuities. But it all depends on which modules you pass.
In order to be eligible to write your LLQP exam in Saskatchewan, you need to follow these 3 steps:
- Study with an approved LLQP course provider
- Pass their pre-qualifying exam and receive a CIPR certification that lets you register for the provincial exam
- Register for and pass the provincial LLQP exam modules administered by the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (ICS)
Each course provider will have their own pre-qualification requirements. But most often, that involves simply passing an exam, reaching a certain completion %, or spending a certain amount of time studying. Once you have met these requirements, you will need to register for a CIPR number. Your course provider will certify you through that number.
From there, you will need to complete and submit a Licensing Examination Application Form (including paying a fee) to the ICS. The exam forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 306-347-0525.
Saskatchewan LLQP Exam Locations
You can write the exam at exam centers in Regina, Prince Albert, and Saskatoon. For more information on exam locations and schedule, please contact ICS directly.