HARMONIZED LLQP

IFSE's LLQP provides a solid learning foundation for insurance professionals entering the field

COURSE MODULES

Life Insurance, Accident & Sickness, Segregated Funds & Annuities, Ethics and Professional Practice

SEEWHY LEARNING INCLUDED

Online study tools designed to assist you in understanding the LLQP course content.

LEARN & PRACTICE

Study Guides summarize course content, Key Concepts Audios, Flash Cards, Quizzes, and Practice Exams

CERTIFICATION EXAMS

All required certification exams included. Registration for a CIPR account is now required.

QUALIFY FOR PROVINCIAL

Certification exams qualify you to write the provincial Harmonized LLQP exams.

Easy To Use LLQP Learning System For Your Success!

Using IFSE and SeeWhy Learning is like having a Swiss Army Knife for the LLQP!

The Harmonized Life License Qualification Program (LLQP) standardizes the entry level qualifications of new entrants to the industry across all jurisdictions in Canada (including Québec). To become eligible to apply for your life insurance license, you must be certified by an approved course provider, and pass all applicable licensing exams in your province. IFSE’s LLQP provides a solid learning foundation for insurance professionals entering the field.

  • On-Line Access 24/7/365

  • Convenient Self-Study

  • Interactive Multi-Media

Sample of a Harmonized LLQP trainer audio lesson.

Need to know more about the Harmonized LLQP?

For a quick overview on the new Harmonized LLQP go to:
www.HarmonizedLLQP.com

YOUR LLQP JOURNEY STARTS HERE
Depending on the license you pursue, you will be required to complete a combination of these 5 modules:

  • Life Insurance
  • Accident and Sickness Insurance (A&S)
  • Segregated Funds and Annuities
  • Ethics and Professional Practice
  • Ethics and Professional Practice (Quebec)

The duration of each exam is 75 minutes.

No physical notice of completions (certificates) will be issued. Students will be required to register with the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry (CIPR) https://www.cipr.ca and provide the approved LLQP course provider with permission to access their account. When students complete their certification exams, the course provider will upload this information to their profile and then they will be eligible to write the Provincial LLQP Licensing exams.