Alberta

Adjuster's Certificate - Level 1

• Must pass an examination of the Alberta Insurance Council.
• Must be subject to the direct supervision of a holder of a level 3 adjuster's certificate of authority. All reports in relation to the adjustment of claims must be approved and countersigned by that holder of a level 3 adjuster's certificate of authority.

Adjuster's Certificate - Level 2

• Twenty-four months of consecutive claims adjusting experience plus successful completion of six Insurance Institute of Canada courses for a designation as an Associate of the Insurance Institute of Canada, of which one course must be C-15 (Loss Adjustment and Claims Settlements) or C-17 (Claims 1) or C-110 (Essentials of Loss Adjusting).
• Must be subject to the direct supervision of a holder of a level 3 adjuster's certificate of authority. All reports in relation to the adjustment of claims must be approved and countersigned by that holder of a level 3 adjuster's certificate of authority.

Adjuster's Certificate - Level 3

• Successfully met Level 2 requirements.
• Is an Associate or Fellow of the Insurance Institute of Canada or CIP or FCIP.
• Has successfully completed the C-32 (Bodily Injury Claims) and either C-46 (Claims 2), C41 (Property Loss Adjustment) or C-111 (Advanced Loss Adjusting) courses of the Insurance Institute of Canada.
• Has acted as an adjuster for at least 60 months within the 10 year period immediately preceding the date of application.

Continuing Education Requirements

• Adjusters who hold a Certificate of Authority must obtain 15 hours of Continuing Education credits as a condition of maintaining their Certificate of Authority.