Full LLQP (Common Law)
This course includes the certification required to write the provincial licensing exams and to apply for Life Insurance and Accident and Sickness Insurance licenses. This course is currently valid in every Canadian jurisdiction except Quebec.
The course consists of five modules based on the CISRO/OCRA textbooks. Registration fees include all development fees, but provincial examination and licensing fees are separate. All registrants must have a Canadian Insurance Participant Registry number to enroll in this course. You can get yours here.
To complete the HLLQP, students will complete four Certification Exams. The four tested modules will include an electronic textbook, learning activities, video series and a Mock Exam which must be passed with a score of 70% or higher to write the Certification Exam. All BCC exams are written online and do not require supervision. The fifth module, Taxation, includes an electronic textbook and video series, but is not tested separately; the information will be found on the four exams.
There are 100 attempts for each Mock Exam and 4 attempts for each Module Certification Exam. Students will have one year from registration to complete their Certification Exams. Please note as per CISRO/OCRA rules after a failed fourth attempt of any module, a student must retake the course.
While the successful completion of the exams is the end goal of the LLQP, our program is designed to provide students with the knowledge required to make decisions as a licensed agent in practical, real world scenarios. Join our knowledgeable instructors for a comprehensive seminar covering the LLQP course. Classes provide an excellent opportunity for students to further their understanding of the challenging topics that make up the LLQP.
Upon successful completion of the four certification exams, Business Career College will electronically notify the CIPR database which will allow registration in the provincial licensing exam. The provincial exam is not included in this package. Students are responsible for registering for the provincial licensing exam with the appropriate organization in their jurisdiction.
HLLQP includes the HA&S materials. You do not need to register in both courses to obtain your full Life license.