How many continuing education (CE) credits do I need to renew my general-insurance license?
For detailed information on licensee CE requirements, please refer to the Insurance Council of B.C. Continuing Education Guidelines
Can CE credits be carried forward?
Yes, You can carry over up to one year’s worth of CE credits to the next licence period. For detailed information on licensee CE requirements, please refer to the Insurance Council of B.C. Continuing Education Guidelines
How many CE credits do I currently have?
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Remember -- as a licensee YOU are responsible for tracking your overall credits and courses for your license continuation. We recommend that you keep a file dedicated to keeping all your CE-course certificates and other records of attendance in one place.
How many CE credits will a course offered by another education provider grant me?
The IBABC Education Department cannot comment on the amount and type of CE credits granted by other education providers's courses. Please contact those providers for that information.
What proof does the IBABC provide for my having attended one of your seminars/webinars?
To receive continuing education credits from an IBABC seminar/webinar, you must actively participate and answer roll calls. Failure to do so will result in loss of credits.
Will IBABC seminars qualify me for CE credits towards my life-insurance licence?
Yes, but only some of our management seminars (face-to-face or online) that are accredited for Level 3 licensees will also qualify you for Life CE credits. For a current list of IBABC seminars in your area and online, please visit Find Seminars. For online courses please visit our Online Learning Centre or HyperArticles.
Can I receive CE credits from attending IBABC ward (i.e., area) meetings?
Yes, as an IBABC member you can get credits from attending IBABC ward meetings. Keep in mind, however, that IBABC ward meetings by themselves do not automatically qualify attendees for CE credits. In order to qualify for credits, the area meeting must include bona fide educational content that meets the definition of Technical education as defined by the Insurance Council of B.C. Please contact your local IBABC Area Director or Jenny Ryu, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, at for further information.
Have additional questions or comments about IBABC's education programs? Contact IBABC at 604-606-8000 or click here.