LLQP Accident & Sickness (A&S)

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The LLQP Accident & Sickness course provides you with all the necessary study material to become certified to write the provincial exams and subsequently licensed as a licensed agent.

The program consists of three modules:

  • Ethics and Professional Practice;
  • Accident and Sickness Insurance;
  • Taxation (although written as a separate module, it is not examinable as one but examinable throughout other modules)

The LLQP Accident & Sickness features the following online products:

  • 100% online delivery
  • Condensed Study Notes
  • End-of-Chapter Quizzes
  • Mock Exams
  • Need-to-Know Videos
  • Digital flashcards
  • Online certification exams (proctored electronically) – 3 attempts per module
  • Detailed exam feedback reports

A minimum grade of 60% is required to pass each certification exam.

“You have three (3) attempts per module. You may purchase one (1) additional attempt per module for $20.

Regulatory Limit on Exam Attempts:

Failure on a fourth (4th) attempt on any individual module will result in the expiry of this course as per provincial regulatory requirements. Once a course has expired, you will no longer have access to the course content or your course history.

In order to complete the LLQP, you will be required to re-enrol in the LLQP certification course and start anew.

“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 or the fourth unsuccessful attempt, whichever comes first.

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

Certification Exam: 1 per module (Taxation: not examined as a separate module but examinable throughout other modules)

Question format: multiple choice

Questions per exam: 30 questions for all exams (excluding Ethics & Professional Practice); 20 questions for Ethics & Professional Practice

Exam Length: 75 minutes per exam

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.

Certification Policy: We certify students within one business day, Monday - Friday (9am-5pm EST).

Learner Inclusiveness Policy: Oliver Publishing Inc. strives to provide equal education opportunities for all clients and potential clients (“learners”) regarding enrolment, instruction, assessment, support and reporting. The company does not discriminate in its decisions or processes regarding learners based on any of the following criteria: age, religion, sex (including pregnancy and breastfeeding), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, family status, marital status, disability (including mental, physical, developmental or learning disabilities), race or colour, ancestry, place of origin, ethnic origin, citizenship, record of offences, association or relationship with a person identified by one of the above grounds, or the perception that one of the above grounds applies.

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  • Questions and suggestions regarding the privacy of your personal information may be directed to us at: Oliver Publishing Inc. Customer Services - Privacy Issues, 151 Bloor Street West, Suite 800, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1S4 (telephone: (416) 922-9604; fax: (416) 922-5126; toll-free: 1-800-238-0377; web: www.oliverslearning.com).
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Accident and Sickness

Competency: Recommend individual and group accident and sickness insurance products adapted to the client’s needs and situation

1. Assess the client’s needs and situation
- Determine the client’s situation
- Assess the appropriateness of the client’s existing coverage in regard to his or her situation
- Articulate the client’s needs based on the risks that could affect his or her financial situation
2. Analyze the available products that meet the client’s needs
- Analyze the types of contracts that meet the client’s needs
- Analyze the riders that meet the client’s needs
3. Implement a recommendation adapted to the client’s needs and situation
- Consider the impact of underwriting criteria as they apply to the client’s situation
- Propose a recommendation adapted to the client’s needs and situation
- Confirm the requirements that must be met to implement the recommendation
4. Provide customer service during the validity period of the coverage
- Validate the appropriateness of contract amendment, renewal and termination applications in regards to the client’s situation
- Inform the claimant of the claims process

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

System Requirements
  • PC Windows 8.1 or higher (no virtual machines permitted)
  • Mac OS:
    • Big Sur (11.7.10), Safari 16.6.1
    • Monterey (12.7.3), Safari 17.3.0
    • Ventura (13.6.4), Safari 17.3.0
    • Sonoma (14.3.1), Safari 17.3.0
  • Intel/AMD/ARM
Additional Requirements
  • Google Chrome Browser with pop-ups and JavaScript enabled
  • Safe Exam Browser (available for download through the test portal). Students must also connect a secondary camera on a smartphone (activated by a QR code).