Licensing Info



Harmonized Life Licence Qualification Program (LLQP) examination
results as of January 1, 2016

Harmonized LLQP Results by Provider as of Jan 1/16

LLQP Results from 2010 - 2015

THE ICM EXAM PROCESS
for Life and/or Accident & Sickness applicants

The exam process is separate from the licence application process. The exam registrant will focus on meeting the educational standard by passing pre-requisite examinations, one of several requirements in the licensing process.

The exam registrant has 12 months from the “Certification Date”, as confirmed on CIPR, to write and pass all of the required Harmonized LLQP examination modules. If the registrant has not completed all of the modules within that 12 month period, the registrant must re-certify.

Once the exam registrant is certified, he or she has 12 months from the date the first Harmonized LLQP examination module was passed to apply for a licence in Manitoba, as outlined in Section 2 of Regulation 389/87.

Example: Jane Smith has a Certification Date of April 1, 2017. She has until April 1, 2018 to write and pass all of the required modules. From there, she has 1 year (12 months) from the date of passing the first examination module to apply for her licence with the ICM office as outlined in the Regulation.

Requirements to register for the exam(s):

A User Guide has been developed to assist with the registration of examinations.

1.  Completion of Pre-Qualifying Harmonized LLQP examination(s): The registrant must have completed the pre-qualifying harmonized LLQP course and examination(s) with the Approved Provincial Course Provider prior to scheduling the provincial LLQP examination(s) with the ICM office.

2.  Online Examination Registration Form: The registrant will complete and submit the Online Examination Registration Form to the ICM. A new online form must be submitted for any re-write sittings.

3.  Exam Fees: The $110.00 non-refundable exam sitting fee will be paid online via credit card (Visa or MasterCard only) when registering for the exam module(s).  If you do not have a credit card, you must ensure you are registered on the ICM system and have a valid User ID before submitting the payment in the form of cash, money order, company cheque or certified personal cheque to the ICM. Credit card or debit payment is not available in the ICM office. For the first attempt, an exam sitting is defined as all modules and the $110.00 fee is paid once even if initial modules are written on separate days.  For rewrites, the $110.00 fee is to be paid per calendar day, which could encompass one module or multiple modules.

4.  Copy of Photo ID: A copy of government issued photo ID is required to be submitted with the exam registration form. This same ID must be brought to the exam location the morning of the examination, and provided when requested to the exam registrar. The registrant’s name in CIPR (Canadian Insurance Participant Registry) must match the ID provided to the ICM. If the name does not match, the registrant will not be permitted to schedule or sit the exam.

Exam Schedule:

Examinations are written at the ICM office every Tuesday. The ICM office is located at 466 – 167 Lombard Avenue in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Special examination sittings can be arranged in Brandon or another centre outside of Winnipeg.  To see if you qualify to register in Brandon or another centre outside of Winnipeg, please contact the ICM's Examination Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Time

Examination   Module

Number of   Questions

Duration

9:00am - 10:15am

Life Insurance

30

75 minutes

10:30am - 11:45am

Accident and Sickness Insurance

30

75 minutes

12:15pm - 1:30pm

Segregated Funds and Annuities

30

75 minutes

1:45pm - 3:00pm

Ethics and Professional Practice

20

75 minutes


Rewrite Rules
:
- Students can write the new exam 3 times before there is any waiting period.
- There will be a waiting period of 3 months after the third attempt (measured from the date of the 3rd attempt)
- There will be a waiting period of 3 months after the fourth attempt (measured from the date of the 4th attempt)
- There will be a waiting period of 6 months after any subsequent attempt (measured from the date of the latest attempt)

Notification of Exam Results:

Examination results are valid for twelve (12) months and are posted in the online portal within 10 business days. Results will not be communicated by email or phone.

Successful completion of the exam is only one of the licensing requirements. To proceed with a licence application, view the information on the ICM website under “Licensing Info”. Until a licence has been issued you cannot act, offer to act, or hold out as an agent.  Further, if a licence is not issued within 12 monthls from successfully passing the first examination module, you will be subject to requalification of the educational component prior to the review of an application for a licence.

Harmonized LLQP Examination Registration Form

Registrant's Information Sheet - LLQP Life and/or Accident & Sickness Insurance Agent Examination

Tablet User Guide for candidates

THE ICM EXAM PROCESS
for General Agents or Insurance Adjuster applicants

The exam process is separate from the licence application process. The exam registrant will focus on meeting the educational standard by passing a pre-requisite examination, one of several requirements in the licensing process.

Requirements to register for the exam:

  1. 1.  Examination Registration Form: The registrant will complete and submit the Examination Registration Form to the ICM. 

  2. 2.  Exam Fees: The exam fee must accompany the registration form. The $110.00 per exam can be in the form of cash, money order, company cheque or certified personal cheque. Credit card or debit payment is not available. This fee is non-refundable.

  3. 3.  Copy of Photo ID: A copy of government issued photo ID is required to be submitted with the registration form. This same ID must be brought to the ICM office the morning of the examination, and provided when requested to the exam registrar.

The ICM will contact the registrant to arrange the exam date upon receipt of the above three items.  The exam must be written within thirty (30) days of receipt of the three exam requirements by the ICM.

Exam Schedule:

Examinations are typically written at the ICM office every Tuesday. Alternate examination sitting date and time may be available to accomodate the registrant if arranged with the ICM.  The ICM office is located at 466 – 167 Lombard Avenue in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notification of Exam Results:

Registrants will be provided with information on how to obtain their individual results.  These marks will be available on-line.  Additionally, comfirmation of the exam results will be forwarded via email to the individual.  Exam results will not be available by telephone.

Note that successful completion of the exam is one of the licensing requirements. To proceed with a licence application, view the information on the ICM website under  “Licensing Info”. Until a licence has been issued you cannot act as an agent/adjuster.

General and/or Adjuster Examination Registration Form

Registrant's Information Sheet - General Insurance Agent Examination

Registrant's Information Sheet - Insurance Adjusters Examination

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Winnipeg, Manitoba
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