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Continuing Education Programs

Post-Secondary Continuing Education Programs

Evening and part-time studies programs at the following institutions offer some insurance and risk-related courses:

General Insurance Essentials (GIE) Course Salesperson /Adjuster Level 1 Licencing

Whether you’re a newcomer to the industry, or in a support role within an insurance company, brokerage or adjusting firm, the General Insurance Essentials (GIE) Program gives you a solid understanding of the principles and practices of property and casualty insurance. The GIE course is offered at the institutions offered below. Courses may vary.

Camosun College, Victoria, BC   

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Douglas College, Vancouver, BC

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Langara College, Vancouver, BC

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Simon Fraser University, Continuing Studies - Vancouver, BC
Certificate in Management - Risk Management

Risk Management Certificate combines business management concepts and techniques with specialized courses in risk assessment, risk control, and risk financing. You’ll graduate with the abilities and tools you need to move your career ahead.
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University of Toronto
School of Continuing Studies - Risk Management

Whether an enterprise is large or small, there is always risk at play. The trick is balancing risk and reward. Learn how to eliminate the unpalatable alternative to enterprise risk management: crisis management. Through case studies, discussions and lectures learn essential management knowledge to help you better maintain that balance. Many of the courses may be used as accreditation towards certification in Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and the Canadian Risk Management (CRM) from the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc.

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McMaster University, Hamilton
Centre for Continuing Education - Management Studies

Risk is part of our everyday lives. Learning how to assess, identify, communicate, and control the exposure of risk will enable you to better create and implement structured risk management programs within your organization.Courses can be taken as part of the Certificate of Completion program, the Diploma in Business Administration with a Concentration in Risk Management or individually.

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University of Western Ontario, London
Continuing Studies/Professional Development - Risk Management

The courses in this program are approved by the Insurance Institute of Canada for use towards the Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designation. Other courses approved for use towards the FCIP designation can be found in the Management program.

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Carleton University, Ottawa
Sprott School of Business - Certificate in Risk Management

Three in-depth courses make up the Certificate in Risk Management (CRM). Designed for those whose jobs involve the management of risk and the implementation of strategies to mitigate risk, these certificate courses have been successfully offered for several years at Carleton.

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Centennial College - Scarborough, ON
Part-Time Studies - Insurance Practice

Everyone working in the general insurance industry - regardless of job duties or position - can benefit from a deeper understanding and knowledge of the insurance sector in which they work. The program flexibility allows you to follow a course of study that covers a wide-range of subjects, including customer service, principles and practice.

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