June 05, 2017
CAIB is a credential that sends a bright signal to your brokerage, your clients and the broker community. It increases leadership potential and provides a powerful, lifelong network. The program was developed specifically for insurance brokers with the input and expertise of brokers across Canada. Brokers immediately benefit from enhanced technical knowledge and business competency. The four modules can be taken in any order. Upon completion of the four exams you’re awarded the nationally–recognized designation.
Offered in 3 formats – Self-Study, Online Group Discussion + Immersion in Winter, Summer + Fall semesters. All formats include the exam. Deadline to enroll is 3 weeks prior to the start date.
CAIB 1: GENERAL INSURANCE (5 Management Hours + 16 Technical Hours)
Personal lines risk, the role of government, the distribution channel, habitational insurance and related coverage, personal liability, farm risk, auto insurance and the role brokers play in the industry.
CAIB 2: COMMERCIAL INSURANCE (16 Technical Hours)
Commercial lines including property forms, underwriting, additional coverage, transportation, crime and business interruption.
CAIB 3: COMMERCIAL INSURANCE LIABILITY (16 Technical Hours)
Exposure identification and the Canadian legal system as it relates to general liability – commercial auto, marine, aviation, surety and risk management.
CAIB 4: BROKERAGE MANAGEMENT (20 Management Hours)
Human resources, culture, technology, operating systems, the relationship with insurance companies, financial management and monitoring effectiveness.
Exam: August 2nd
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