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HLLQP Experior Live Webcast

HLLQP Experior Live Webcast – $398

All web class courses run from 9AM – 5PM

2021 DatesTypeLocationRegister
Sept 6 - 10Mon-FriLive webcastRegister
Sept 18/19, 25/262 WkndsLive webcastRegister
Oct 4 - 8Mon-FriLive webcastRegister
Oct 16/17, 23/242 WkndsLive webcastRegister
Nov 8 - 12Mon-FriLive webcastRegister
Nov 20/21, 27/282 WkndsLive webcastRegister
Dec 6 - 10Mon-FriLive webcastRegister
Dec 11/12, 18/192 WkndsLive webcastRegister

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HLLQP Webcast Course includes:

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The REMIC HLLQP webcast course is best suited for those students who prefer face to face learning and working in a group setting. The HLLQP webcast course offers you the flexibility to complete it in as little as one week or take up to 1 year. This means that it has the flexibility to meet even the most demanding schedules.

Designed for ease of use, our HLLQP webcast Course combines in class delivery with online video case studies, interactive quizzes, a very user-friendly format with the ability to communicate with your dedicated instructor online when you need the help.

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HLLQP Webcast Course Summary:

Course Length: 47 hours (estimated)
Course Delivery: Live Webcast
Enrolment Period: One week up to 1 year

HLLQP Online Course Certification Examinations:

Prerequisites for the HLLQP Webcast Course:

The HLLQP Live Webcast Course in Ontario is available to anyone; however it is recommended that you have at least a high school education with equivalent English or French language and math skills. PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that you read the textbooks prior to attending class.

Prerequisites for licensing:

The Financial Services Commission of Ontario has set out the following additional requirements in order to become licensed after completing the course:In order to obtain a licence as a life insurance agent, an applicant must:

  1. Be sponsored by a licensed insurer throughout the first two years as an agent;
  2. Complete the online Life Insurance Agent application accessible through Licensing Link and pay the required fee;
  3. Hold himself/herself out publicly and carry on business in good faith as a life insurance agent only in the name in which he/she is licensed;
  4. Not be engaged in any other business or occupation that would jeopardize the agent’s integrity, independence or competence;
  5. Be of good character and reputation;
  6. Be a suitable person to receive a licence and meet all the licensing requirements;
  7. Complete a course and pass the examination for the Life Licence Qualification Program (LLQP);
  8. Provide FSCO with an Ontario mailing address; and
  9. Acquire the appropriate Errors and Omissions (E&O)

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Topics Covered in the HLLQP Webcast Course:

The topics covered in the HLLQP course are based on course manuals approved by the regulator. The 4 core components of the course are Life Insurance and Life Insurance Taxation Principles, Segregated Funds, Ethics and Professional Practice and Accident and Sickness.

Click on each of the links below for a detailed breakdown of all the topics covered in each of the 4 sections:

 

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$250 value. Free for REMIC students. 9AM-5PM. This 1-day workshop covers a review of all course material, including how to use the open book tablet in the provincial exams. We strongly urge all Ontario students to attend this event before writing their provincial exams.

DateLocationRegister
March 3TorontoFree for students
March 31MississaugaFree for students

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