Welcome to the Alberta Accreditation Committee
The Accreditation Committee, as delegated by the Minister, is responsible for reviewing and approving continuing education providers, continuing education courses, and the hours and means of calculating the continuing education hours, for each course or seminar that can be used towards the 15-hour requirement that licensed agents and adjusters must satisfy each licensing year.
The Alberta Insurance Council provides administrative services for the Committee. Course providers who want to have their courses and seminars reviewed by the Committee should visit the Accreditation Forms page to review course requirements/applications and e-mail accreditation the course accreditation request to have their material submitted to the Committee. The request should include a Course Request Form, sample CE Certificate, a detailed course outline and/or actual course material. Instructor qualifications are the responsibility of the course provider and instructor biographies do not need to be submitted.
Course accreditation request documents are available under the Accreditation Forms section of the website.
Courses recently approved by the Committee may be viewed on the website under:
Inquiries, course submissions, etc. can be sent to accreditation
The Alberta Accreditation Committee meets monthly to review submissions. All courses must be submitted and processing fees paid by 12:00 p.m. MST on the Thursday of the week preceding a scheduled meeting. Courses are reviewed in the order they are received. In the event of heavy volume or time constraints, submissions made very close to an agenda deadline may be deferred for review at the next scheduled meeting. The next confirmed meeting dates of the Alberta Accreditation Committee are:
- Friday, September 24, 2021 (Agenda is now closed)
- Friday, October 29, 2021
- Friday, November 26, 2021
- Wednesday, December 22, 2021