Insurance Institute of Canada (IIC)
Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP)
About the Insurance Institute of Canada
News – Announcement
Original-Track FCIP Program closes December 31, 2017
The Original-Track FCIP program, offered by the Insurance Institute of Canada, closes in 2017. If you are working towards the Original-Track FCIP, you must complete all courses by December 31, 2017. For further details, including eligibility, please contact the Insurance Institute of Canada or see www.insuranceinstitute.ca/fcip .
- As of July 2015, more than 5,500 people across Canada have become Fellow Chartered Insurance Professionals(FCIP).
- The Insurance Institute of Canada(IIC) is the premier source of professional education and career development for the country’s property and casualty insurance industry. Established in 1899, the Institute is a not-for-profit organization serving more than 38,000 members across Canada through 19 volunteer-driven provincial institutes and chapters. It sets professional standards for the industry through education programs leading to a range of designations, including the internationally recognized Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP).
The Insurance Institute’s FCIP program was re-launched in September 2010. The information presented in this site refers to:
(1) the original-track FCIP program, which was offered prior to September 2010 and remains available for a limited time for eligible students who are already in progress
(2) the alternate entry route for the new FCIP program.
Please see www.insuranceinstitute.ca/fcip for complete details of program requirements or contact email@example.com for specific enquiries.
|FCIP graduates must maintain a membership in their local Insurance Institute and the CIP Society.
Updated: January 2016
The Association may offer designations in addition to the one(s) identified. The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies is committed to providing current and accurate information about the requirements of the Association leading to the designation(s) identified. Given that everyone has a unique combination of education and professional experience, contact the Association directly to confirm your pathway to the designation.