Useful training for newly certified individuals
Professional development is mandatory to keep your certification. It also allows you to maintain and even improve your skills as a damage insurance representative or claims adjuster.
Not only does training allow you to develop as a professional—it also enables you to provide better service and support to your clients, and thus contribute to the protection of the public.
A few useful training suggestions for new professionals
These courses will help you further develop the skills you need for your specific certification. Please note that more training activities are available in the French section of the website.
Do you want to earn your CIP designation?
One of the designations the Insurance Institute of Canada (IIC) grants is that of “Chartered Insurance Professional” (CIP). To plan your next steps and register, go to the IIC website.
Check your professional development obligations
How many professional development units do you need to earn? What is a “reference period”? What exactly is a mandatory course? Find the answers to these questions and more in this section.
Explore all the training options the ChAD has to offer
Are you looking for training on condominiums? Do you only have one PDU left to earn but don’t know which course to take? Our search engine will factor in your certification, the skills you want to develop, and your interests to help you easily find the training that’s best for you.
How to open an ÉduChAD account
Learn how to open an ÉduChAD account
Check your ÉduChAD file, your professional development file
Access your ÉduChAD file to manage your professional development. In just a few clicks, access your PDU training file, take the mandatory course, and register for available training.