The Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation is the benchmark of insurance professionalism

Insurance employees who have their CIP designation have completed a rigorous program of study and adhere to the Insurance Institute’s Code of Ethics. They have a wealth of industry-specific knowledge. So it’s not surprising that a recent independent survey by The Conference Board of Canada reported that the vast majority of employers offer some level of support to employees who want to earn their CIP designation. The investment is well worth it. Continue reading to learn more about the CIP designation and why it matters to you, as a customer.

Be assured: a CIP is well qualified to provide professional service

The CIP Program provides insurance employees with industry-specific knowledge, key concepts, and industry best practices. The program is consistent across Canada, and employers widely trust the content and delivery of its curriculum. By developing highly qualified insurance professionals, the CIP Program assures a better insurance experience for customers like you.

Why the CIP designation is important for you

Insurance companies encourage their employees to complete the CIP Program in order to improve the quality of their work. When employees earn the designation it improves the insurance industry as a whole, making it more trustworthy, more credible, and more knowledgeable. Ultimately, the CIP designation is all about making the insurance experience better for customers—like you.

For more facts and information, read this excerpt from the survey itself. And for answers to frequently asked questions about the CIP designation, just click here.

Perspective from a CIP student

Three simple letters, CIP. They tell a much longer story about professionalism, education, and most importantly, dedication to making a career in the insurance industry.

Andy DeCoste, Business Development, current student

Your insurance professional is dedicated to providing the best possible customer service by keeping up-to-date with changes in the industry and beyond. Watch the video to learn more: