HLLQP Ethics and Professional Practice (Common Law)

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Already licensed in Quebec and looking to be licensed in other provinces, the HLLQP course provides you with all the necessary study material to become certified to write the provincial exam.

The program consists of one module - Ethics and Professional Practice Common Law

The HLLQP features the following online products:
 
  • 100% online delivery
  • Condensed Study Notes
  • End-of-Chapter Quizzes
  • Mock Exams
  • Online certification exams (proctored electronically) – 3 attempts per module
  • Detailed exam feedback reports
  • Webcast tutorials

A minimum grade of 60% is required to pass each certification exam. You have 3 attempts per module, thereafter rewrite fees are $20 per attempt per module. Upon successfully passing all of the required certification exams, your results will be entered in the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry (CIPR), at which time you may apply with your provincial regulator to write the provincial exams.

Enrollment Period:  1 year

A $25 administration fee is applicable for changes to course enrollment after 10 calendar days of purchase.

Question format: multiple choice
 
Questions: 20

Exam Length: 75 minutes

Passing Grade: 60%

Refund Policy:  This course is non-refundable and not transferable.

A $25 administration fee is applicable for changes to course enrollment after 10 calendar days of purchase.

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PC Windows- Certification Browser: Chrome

Mac OS 10.13x or higher- Certification Browser: Chrome

Oliver's Digital LockTM
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  • Pop-Ups enabled
  • Web camera with microphone (if you do not have a computer with a built-in web camera and microphone)

Ethics and Professional Practice (Common Law)

Competency: Develop an ethical professional practice, in compliance with the rules governing the life insurance sector

1.    Integrate into practice the legal aspects of insurance and annuity contracts
   -   Delimit the legal framework governing life insurance
   -   Characterize the parties involved in the contract
   -   Contextualize the rules relating to the contract’s formation, taking effect, reinstatement and termination
   -   Explain the main provisions and clauses of an insurance or annuity contract
   -   Integrate into practice the rules relating to beneficiary designation and exemption from seizure of benefits
   -   Contextualize the rules relating to claims and the payment of benefits
2.    Integrate into practice the rules governing the activities of life insurance agents
   -   Explain the role of the organizations that protect clients
   -   Integrate into practice the obligations and responsibilities of life insurance agents