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Register for the courses and make sure you add your CIPR number. You will receive an email directly from CIPR to set up your account.
When these two steps are completed you will receive an email with your username and password code to access our site: http://training.presidentsacademy.ca
This website will hold both your practice exams and your certification exams. In order to qualify to write your provincial exams through your provincial insurance regulator, you will need to successfully pass a series of online exams (certification exams). Below are the steps needed to successfully pass your certification exams.
Step 1: In order to qualify to write your certification exam on a given subject (module), you need to obtain a minimum grade of 70% on the online practice questions that can be found in your training portal.
Step 2: In order to be certified and qualified to write your provincial exams, you would need to pass a series of online certification exams where the minimum pass rate is 70%. The number of modules needed to pass would be dependent on the type of license you choose to obtain.
LLQP (Common Law) – Full Life: Course modules to succeed
LLQP (Common Law) – A&S only: Course modules to succeed
Once you have successfully passed all the required certification exams, you will be certified and will now qualify to register for your provincial exams. After passing all the certification exams, please allow one business day before registering for Provincial Exam.
Below are the steps to register for your exams dependent on the province in which you will write:
Ontario Provincial Insurance regulator: Financial Securities Commissions of Ontario
Alberta Provincial Insurance regulator: Alberta Insurance Council
Saskatchewan Provincial insurance regulator: Saskatchewan General Insurance Council
Manitoba Provincial Insurance regulator: Insurance Council of Manitoba