The General Insurance Level 1 Training Course
The Royal Alberta College is an Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) Approved General Level 1 Insurance Training Course Provider.
About This Course
The Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) is responsible for the licensing and regulation of insurance agents, brokers, and independent adjusters. AIC has published The Alberta Level 1 General Insurance Broker/Agent Licensing textbook, First Edition 2020.
With permission from AIC the contents from the textbook have been incorporated into this course by RAC curriculum design staff and all presented materials align with the curriculum design document that has been approved by AIC’s General Insurance Council. The document can be found on the AIC website.
If you have difficulty in paying for this program please speak with the Office of the Registrar, and discuss a education subsidy (Approx. 150.00$ off for those that qualify)
The training provided is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the term of your enrollment. You will have 3 months to complete the course.
Steps to Enroll
1.) Email email@example.com and send your resume, if you do not have a resume, please write one or two paragraphs on why you wish to take this course and explain your previous education.
2.) If you are accepted, you will receive a letter of acceptance. This letter will explain ALL of the steps for accessing learning materials.
3.) Pay the applicable fees and access learning.
**This program is a pre-examination, preparatory training course that is approved by the Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) for the Alberta General level 1 Insurance Course.**
The learning materials for this course have been created from the most current AIC textbook and is based on the content and resources that is required for learners to be successful on the Alberta Level 1 General Insurance Broker/Agent licensing exam.
The course consists of 17 chapters, and each chapter begins with a set of learning objectives. Each chapter includes questions that are in the form of mini case scenarios, narrative questions, and multiple choice questions and a practice final examination. An index and glossary of terms can also be found at the end of this course, and is accessible at anytime. This course intends to provide learners with materials that will assist them in preparing for an Alberta Level 1 General Insurance Broker/Agent licensing exam.
**Textbooks are an additional cost of $125.00, and are NOT mandatory since the online format is a digital version of the textbook. If you wish to obtain a copy, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Gen Level 1 Textbook Request” in the subject line of the email.**
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