Manitoba's CE Rules for Life Agents
Life insurance agents in Manitoba are required to obtain 15 hours of continuing education annually, with each year reporting period ending on May 31.
Continuing education for a Life and/or Accident and Sickness licensee must be directly related to life and accident and sickness insurance products or services, group insurance products or services, the operation of an insurance business, or a related discipline in the financial services industry provided the course includes an insurance component.
The course must be completed through an Accredited Course Provider (ACP) as approved by the ICM (Learning Partner is an ACP) or individually approved by the ICM, and must be listed on the ICM website.
Allowable content includes course that address:
- Financial Planning
- Insurance Planning
- Estate Planning
- Tax Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Investment Planning
Content excluded from allowable CE credits are programs based on sales production, promotion, motivation, computer training, and any education not related to products or activity for which the license is held. For complete details, see the Insurance Council of Manitoba website at Continuing Education Definition - Life and Accident & Sickness (icm.mb.ca).