Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (CAIB)
The Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (CAIB) program is a four-part national designation program that takes an in-depth look at technical coverages and business management strategies in the Canadian Insurance marketplace. It deals with three major subject areas: Personal Lines, Commercial Lines and Brokerage Management. Completing the CAIB designation will enhance your technical knowledge, general business competency and professionalism. You will immediately transfer your newly learned knowledge and skills to your work in the brokerage.
The program is broken down into four main parts (CAIB 1, CAIB 2, CAIB 3, CAIB 4) that can be taken in any order, however, we recommend students start with CAIB 1. Watch the video or read the CAIB Brochure for more information.
CAIB Programs offered by the IBAO School of Insurance are open to IBAO Members and Non-Members.
IBAO Members: Register Here
Non-Members or Registrants paying by cheque: Download the CAIB Registration Form
Read the CAIB Policies and Procedures Guide
CAIB is offered in three study formats -Self Study, Group Discussion and Immersion. Semesters begin in January, April and September each year, and Immersion courses are scheduled several times a year. In all formats, the course text and study guide are mailed to registrants 2-3 weeks after their registration is processed.