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Alberta General Level 1 Insurance Qualification Program & Life Licence Qualification Program Bundle
Do you want to build an expansive practice and help people through every stage of their insurance needs? Take the General Level 1 Insurance and LLQP Common Law (English) bundle, and get both qualifications for less. This bundle includes all the course material you need to pass your exams and get licensed to sell general, property and life insurance.
The General Level 1 Insurance program based on the material prescribed by the Alberta Insurance Council, and qualifies you to practice in Alberta. The LLQP program qualifies you to practice anywhere in Canada, with the exception of Quebec.
All registrants must have a Canadian Insurance Participant Registry number to enrol in this course. You can get yours here.
Steps to Certification
To become a licensed insurance professional, there are five steps to follow. Taking these courses is the second step in the process; first, you must secure your registration number from CIPR. Someone from the BCC team will confirm your registration number before you begin the course.
- Get a registration number from the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry
- Take the course(s)
- Complete all knowledge checks, and the final exam
- Complete your provincial licensing exams for General Level 1 and LLQP
- Apply for your license(s)