Level 1 Adjuster
Must successfully complete the following:
- The General Insurance Council Bylaws examination.
- The C11 course and examination offered by the Insurance Institute of Canada.
- The General Insurance Essentials (GIE) course and examination offered by the Insurance Institute of Canada.
- The General Insurance Council Adjuster Qualifying examination.
- Experience as an all classes (other than life insurance agent/salesperson) for no less than two years within the past five years.
- Experience as a general claims adjuster in an insurance company, general agent or adjusting company for no less than one year within the past three years.
- All reports and correspondence must be signed by a level 2 or level 3 licensee; level 1 licensees shall not manage an adjusting firm, act as a supervisor or act as a public adjuster.
Level 2 Adjuster
A person applying for a Level 2 licence must meet the licensing qualifications for a Level 1 licence and successfully complete one of the following:
- Experience as a Level 1 licensee for a minimum of two years and C32, C110, C111 and C112 courses and examinations offered by the Insurance Institute of Canada.
- Experience as a general claims adjuster in an insurance company, general agent or adjusting company for no less than five years within the past seven years.
- Level 2 licensees shall not manage an adjusting firm; or act as a public adjuster.
Level 3 Adjuster
Must meet the licensing qualifications for a level 2 licence and successfully complete:
- The course of study leading to a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) or an Associate (AIIC) designation through the Insurance Institute of Canada including Claims Professional Series courses and examinations for the C110, C111 and C112
- A Level 3 licensee shall not manage an adjusting firm unless he or she has at least two years experience as a licensed adjuster/adjuster representative within the past five years; or manage or supervise more than three office locations.
- An adjusting firm must provide evidence the adjusting firm is registered with the Corporations Branch of the Government of Saskatchewan.
- An adjusting firm must designate one Level 3 licensee who is employed predominately by the adjusting firm to be responsible for the overall management and supervision of the adjusting firm and its office locations.
- Failure to designate a Level 3 licensee who is responsible for the overall management and supervision of the adjusting firm or its office locations may result in the suspension of the adjusting firm’s license.
- Continuing education for an adjuster licensee must be directly related to claims handling, general insurance products or services, or the management of an adjusting firm.
- Courses, programs or meetings related to sales production, promotion, motivation or computer training do not qualify for credit hours.
- eight credit hours of continuing education through an accredited course provider each annual reporting period; or
- a specified approved course offered by the Canadian Independent Adjusters’ Association each annual reporting period.
- Non-resident licensees are required to comply with continuing education requirements in Saskatchewan unless they can provide evidence they are complying with a continuing education requirement in their resident jurisdiction.