The Saskatchewan Travel Insurance Exam
The General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (GICS) sets standards for applicants and licensees in the insurance industry that promotes professionalism, competence and integrity. The GICS also serves as a link between the insurance industry and the consumers of insurance products and services.
The General Insurance Council Bylaws require all applicants for a Restricted Travel Insurance License to pass the provincial travel insurance Qualifying Exam prior to applying for a license. The Qualifying Exam will test the applicant’s knowledge of travel insurance, the insurance industry and the applicant’s role in selling travel insurance.
In addition to the Saskatchewan Travel Insurance Qualifying Exam, Saskatchewan residents must write the Travel Bylaw Exam. The Travel Bylaw Exam will primarily focus on the obligations and conduct of a licensed agent or salesperson.