Accreditation criteriaAccreditation criteriahttp://chad.ca/en/members/training/training-managers/having-my-training-recognized/268/accreditation-criteria

​​​All accredited activities must therefore :

  • Last a minimum of one hour. No fractional PDUs may be granted.
  • Satisfy the following criteria :
    • aim to increase ChAD members’ expertise in the field of damage insurance and claims adjustment;
    • further the competence and professionalism;
    • include a learning structure (have pedagogical value);
    • must not be design to promote a specific damage insurance product or internal procedures.
  • Be given during a convention, a symposium, a seminar, a conventional training session or a distance or on-line training
  • Correspond to one of the areas stipulated in the Regulation on Comp​ulsory Professional Development.
  • Be given by a trainer recognized by the ChAD.

 

Distance or on-line training must include a summative evaluation with a minimal of 5 questions by accreditated hour and a final mark. The passing grade for members is 60%.

 

For more information :

Regulation respecting the compulsory professional development of the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages
Important Change: 2 PDUs for a training activity developed by the ChAD
​Beginning with the 2016-2017 reference period, representatives will be obliged to take a course developed by the ChAD worth 2 professional development units (PDUs) dealing with either compliance with ethical or professional practice standards or with the evolution of the legal rules governing the sector of activity covered by the representative’s certificate. T​he new training ​Focusing on compliance: your duty to inform, explain and advise will be offered at the ChAD’s training site, ÉduChAD​, and the PDUs earned will count towards the 20 mandatory PDUs representatives must earn during each reference period.

Politique relative à la formation continue obligatoire (in French only)

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