What is HLLQP and how do I register for it?
The Harmonized Life License Qualification Program (HLLQP) provides training for a career in selling life insurance and related financial products.
Step 1: Ensure you have your CIPR number on hand. If you do not have one, please follow the instructions in the link below to obtain one.
Step 2: Make an informed decision on how you wish to pay/take the course.
LLQP or HLLQP is offered one of two ways:
a.) Purchasing via subscription
b.) Flat Fee Pricing - Options available starting at $325.00 CDN
- Seminars are not included in Flat Fee Pricing and are available as an addition at $274/class.
For subscription pricing and information, click here:
**Please note: Provincial Examination and Licensing Fees are separate and are not included in the flat fee or subscription pricing options.
Visit the link below and follow the instructions to complete your purchase and gain access to the course material.
You will receive an automated email advising you of your registration upon purchase.
Within one business day, we will confirm you are registered with CIPR and send you an email detailing your login information, which will allow you access to your material.
The course consists of 5 modules: Taxation, Ethics & Professional Practice, Accident & Sickness, Life Insurance, and Segregated Funds & Annuities. The Taxation module is not tested on its own but is tested within the other 4 modules.
To complete the course, you must do the following for each of the 4 tested modules:a.) Attempt the Practice Quiz.
b.) Score 70% on the Mock Exam.
c.) Fill out the Pre-Exam Student Form.
d.) Score 60% on the Certification Exam.
Once you have passed all four Certification Exams, we will confirm your passing grade with CIPR and send you a congratulatory email including information on how you can book your provincial examination.
Step 5: Book, take, and successfully pass your provincial examination with your provincial regulator.
Step 6: Pay and apply for your license with your regulator!
**Note: All applicants require sponsorship from an insurance company - the specifics on documentation required are available on your provincial regulator's website. We would highly recommend having a conversation with your direct supervisor or manager with regards to sponsorship or licensing.
If you are looking to split your training between A&S and Top-Up, or if you are already a licensed professional for A&S insurance, please visit the link below.