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Certificate in Business Analysis

Business Analysis Program New Free Info Session

Designed for the mature, adult business professional, courses for this intensive 8-module, 120 hour Business Analysis Certificate program will be offered in person, part-time beginning this fall. 

Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to effectively understand business problems and opportunities, analyze needs and solutions, recommend strategies and facilitate stakeholder collaboration. Learn to model, analyze, communicate and manage requirements and other business analysis information.

Be exposed to a variety of best practices, proven tools and industry-recognized techniques that can be immediately applied in a range of business environments. Courses follow the BABOK® Guide v3.
 

  • Gain knowledge and skills to support or begin your career in business analysis
  • Earn a recognized credential to enhance your business analysis experience
  • Update your existing business analysis credentials
  • Learn industry-recognized techniques and best practices to perform business analysis work
Courses can be taken in any order, but you are encouraged to start with Overview of Business Analysis (BSNS 551V) and Specify and Model Requirements (BSNS 552V).

Interested in learning more?  Attend a free information session (dates TBA) and see the Business Analysis website.  

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Overview of Business Analysis New

Organizations seek qualified business analysts to help enable change by defining business needs and recommending solutions that deliver real business value. In this course, students will explore the role of today’s business analyst by applying industry recognized skills, techniques and methods. Students will discover how to analyze a business situation, set business goals and objectives, elicit a variety of business analysis information including un-stated and implied requirements, choose the appropriate modeling techniques, and evaluate the benefits and value realized by a solution.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Specify and Model Requirements New

Business analysis models are visual representations of requirements and designs that convey a lot of information in a concise and understandable manner. Collaborative elicitation uses these models to provide a framework for asking the right questions, and for analyzing and validating the results with stakeholders. Different stakeholders have different perspectives about the requirements, and by using a combination of visual models, business analysts can help to discover and consolidate those perspectives. In this course participants will explore techniques and practices for identifying and understanding the stakeholder requirements that define the solution scope, and for eliciting and describing the requirements.

Sorry, this course is not offered at this time.

Business Process Modeling New

The goal of business process management is to improve operational performance and agility while reducing cost and risks. Business processes models help businesses to understand what they do, why they do it that way, and to recognize ways to do it better.   This course explores the goals and activities of business process modeling from the perspective of a business analyst, including a variety of approaches and tools such as process maps, process decomposition, organization modeling and SIPOC tables. Participants will model and analyze an existing business process, and design a new and improved business process.

2019W BSNS 553V 001 • Feb 12 - Feb 21 (4 sessions) • David McDow
  • Tues Thur • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • Sat • 9:00am-4:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Strategic Business Analysis New

This course provides participants’ ways to discover, understand, and collaborate with stakeholders and to communicate business needs. It will identify the most effective ways to apply the capabilities of the organization; to reach strategic alignment and the desired business objectives. Participants will examine ways to understand the current state, identify and evaluate solution options, and recommend the preferred solution approach.   Examine ways to evaluate the solution after implementation and identify risks to business value, to assess the impacts and probabilities of those risks, and to develop ways of addressing them to ensure that the organization achieves the potential value.

2019W BSNS 554V 001 • Feb 26 - Mar 5 (4 sessions) • David McDow
  • Tues Thur • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • Sat • 9:00am-4:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts New

Business analysts collaborate with stakeholders to elicit all kinds of business analysis information like requirements, plans, risks, designs, solution options and cost estimates.  In group settings, the business analyst often assumes a leadership role as a workshop leader with responsibility to elicit information.  This highly interactive course will provide the student with a variety of useful facilitation techniques from using visual models to elicit requirements to collaborative problem solving and consensus building.   Participants will plan and lead a short facilitated workshop, and receive feedback from their peers to help improve their personal facilitation skills.

2019W BSNS 555V 001 • Mar 23 - Mar 24 (2 sessions) • David McDow
  • Sat Sun • 8:30am-4:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Plan & Manage Business Analysis Work New

The business analysis plan is part of the overall project management plan, and describes the scope of the business analysis work, stakeholder participation, business analysis activities and deliverables, risks and plans for dealing with those risks.  The business analyst is the person best positioned to do the planning work based on his or her knowledge of the available business analysis methods and techniques, and the scope of the change initiative.

2019W BSNS 556V 001 • Apr 27 - Apr 28 (2 sessions) • David McDow
  • Sat Sun • 8:30am-4:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Develop a Business Case New

The business case is the one place where all relevant facts of analysis are combined and packaged to provide decision makers with the whole story prior to making an investment decision.  Participants will go through the process of constructing an effective business case that sets realistic expectations about the change initiative and the business value of the resulting solution. From a provided case study example students will practice the development and presentation of a business case document.

2019S BSNS 557V 001 • May 25 - May 26 (2 sessions) • David McDow
  • Sat Sun • 8:30am-4:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Business Analysis Perspectives New

Business analysis is applied in a variety of situations and levels within an organization. In this course, students will explore five of the most common variants of business analysis: Agile Business Analysis, Information Technology analysis (IT), Business Architecture, Business Intelligence analysis (BI), and Business Process Management (BPM). This course will also introduce specialized techniques, methods, required competencies and the role of the business analyst in each of these focus areas.   Although each perspective has its own skill set, a broad knowledge of business analysis is essential when applied to each of these variants.

2019S BSNS 558V 001 • Jun 15 - Jun 16 (2 sessions) • David McDow
  • Sat Sun • 8:30am-4:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Completion of BSNS 551V & BSNS 552V recommended.


Business and Non-Profit Skills

Bookkeeping Fundamentals 1

Basic accounting theory and foundations in general procedures will be the focus of this intensive course designed for those with little or no bookkeeping experience. Learn how all of the parts fit together: setting up journals, ledger and payroll records, preparing a trial balance, income statement and balance sheet, fiscal period-end bank reconciliation and closing adjustments. Basic Bookkeeping Text & Working Papers extra (approx $155) at the Bookstore: Interurban 250-370-4080, Lansdowne 250-370-3080. No classes on statutory holidays.    

2019W BSNS 500G 001 • Jan 23 - Mar 27 (10 sessions) • Dave Davies
  • Wed • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $249+GST

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NOTE: Section 1 & 2: No classes October 15-17

2019W BSNS 500G 002 • Feb 7 - Mar 14 (10 sessions) • Dave Davies
  • Mon Thur • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $249+GST

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NOTE: Section 1 & 2: No classes October 15-17


Bookkeeping Fundamentals 2

Building on the theories and foundations learned in Level 1, this course will introduce specialty journals & control accounts, correcting entries, recording costs related to taxes, freight, duty & brokerage, credit notes, aging of accounts receivable and recording of bad debt. We will also discuss accounting & computers, the basic principles of financial reporting, internal controls and the main differences between the structure and financial entries unique to proprietorships and corporations. This course uses the same text & workbook as Level 1.

2019W BSNS 503G 001 • Apr 1 - Apr 29 (8 sessions) • Dave Davies
  • Mon Wed • 6:30pm-8:30pm • Lansdowne
  • $245+GST

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No classes on Statutory holidays.


How to Start a Business

In this popular eight-part program, you will learn how to start and manage a business. A complimentary manual is handed out at the first class. Topics covered are:

  • Do I have what it takes?
  • The market and the competition
  • Cornering the market
  • Starting from scratch or buying?
  • Your financial needs
  • Personnel management
  • Financial statements and planning
  • Legal obligations
  • Financing your start-up
  • Your business plan
2019W BSNS 501G 001 • Feb 4 - Mar 4 (8 sessions) • Barbara Newton
  • Mon Thur • 6:30pm-9:15pm • Interurban
  • $295+GST

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No classes on statutory holidays.

2019S BSNS 501G 001 • May 6 - Jun 3 (8 sessions) • Barbara Newton
  • Mon Thur • 6:30pm-9:15pm • Interurban
  • $295+GST

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No classes on statutory holidays.


Finance and Investing

Investment Choices for Success in the Financial Markets

This course is a comprehensive introduction for the novice investor who is interested in learning about Canadian investment, money and capital markets. Mahesh combines his wealth of experience with a fun, engaging, practical teaching style to help you learn and understand how to make sense of the complex financial world. You'll gain the knowledge in a supportive classroom environment to become more confident with the financial markets and have the tools to make smarter investment decisions. Topics include: Investment Objectives, Risk and Return; Financial Markets and Financial Instruments: equities, bonds and derivatives (futures, forwards and options); Mutual Funds and the Institutional Environment; How Securities are Traded; Market Efficiency; Fundamental Analysis, Technical Analysis and Security Analysis; Portfolio Selection, Portfolio Theory and Diversification; The Capital Asset Pricing Model. 

2019W PFNC 502G 001 • Feb 5 - Mar 26 (8 sessions) • Mahesh Kumar
  • Tues • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Interurban
  • $295+GST

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2019S PFNC 502G 001 • May 8 - Jun 26 (8 sessions) • Mahesh Kumar
  • Wed • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Interurban
  • $295+GST

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Personal Financial Fundamentals

It’s never too late to start! This course covers the essential ingredients of personal finance and is for anyone interested in learning more and taking better control of their own finances as well as developing a personal/family plan. Richard brings the topics to life in an approachable, realistic and easy to understand manner that encompasses all income levels and backgrounds. Personal privacy is always respected and allows participants to ask questions in a non-judgmental, relaxed environment. The materials include: how to manage your cash to get more out of what you have, how to build and preserve wealth, how to structure debt to free up cash, pay less interest and pay it off faster, basic information on stocks and mutual funds, retirement planning, buying insurance and basic personal tax information. The course includes a complimentary workbook, including self-study activities, supplementary materials and more. 

2019W PFNC 620G 001 • Feb 25 - Mar 11 (3 sessions) • Richard Hobbs
  • Mon • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $135+GST

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Personal Financial Fundamentals - Couples

2019W PFNC 621G 001 • Feb 25 - Mar 11 (3 sessions)
  • Mon • 6:30pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $185+GST

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Event Planning

Event Planning Fundamentals

Do you plan special events, fundraisers, weddings, conferences, corporate or private events? Paid or volunteer?  Then this course is for you. We will review all stages of the event planning cycle (research, design, planning, implementation and evaluation) and within these stages we will learn about; event insurance, budgets, timelines/work plans, venue selection, decor, sponsorship, marketing and volunteer management. We will discuss current trends in events and the various roles for planners within the event industry. If you are new to event planning or have been planning events for years this course will provide you with the fundamentals to make every event a success.

2019W TOUR 500G 001 • Apr 1 - Apr 29 (8 sessions) • Barbara Newton
  • Mon Thur • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $399+GST

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Certified Financial Planner

The CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® designation is recognized as one of the premier, prestigious certifications in the financial services industry and is considered the gold standard for the financial planning professionals, representing the highest level of competence, ethics and practice. The Certified Financial Planner courses are part of an FPSC-accredited core curriculum program and Camosun is offering the first 4 individual courses of the CFP® education program designed by Advocis. These courses are the first step towards CFP certification with the Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC). Visit www.fpsc.ca for complete details on earning the CFP designation.


CFP 1 – Financial Planning Foundations
CFP 2 –Taxation and Investment Planning
CFP 3 – Retirement Income Planning
CFP 4 – Insurance and Estate Planning


Target Audience
Individuals interested in earning the internationally recognized Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation, those looking to start a career in the financial services industry, experienced financial planners seeking to upgrade their skills, investment advisors, mutual fund representatives and life insurance professionals who wish to earn this credential, specialists from related fields such as accounting, risk management and compliance, active investors wanting to learn how to structure their own financial affairs.

Career Possibilities
Certified Financial Planner® (CFP)®,Financial analysts, planners & managers, Finance or mortgage underwriters, Risk analysts or advisers, Financial Services/Investment Representative, Financial Advisor, Personal Banking Representative.

CFP 1 - Financial Planning Foundations

This course introduces the fundamentals of personal financial planning. Students will be expected to acquire an understanding of the concepts and applications associated with time value of money financial calculations and the analysis of personal financial statements. In addition, the course includes an analysis of government-sponsored programs such as Registered Education Savings Plans and Tax Free Savings Accounts. This course concludes with a discussion of the fundamentals of economics and investing as they relate to key areas of financial planning.

Topics: The Financial Service Industry and Planning Fundamentals, Time Value of Money, Financial Statements and Budgeting, Economics and Investment Fundamentals, Government Benefits and Programs. 

Prerequisites: None     

2019W BSNS 582V 001 • Jan 16 - Apr 3 (12 sessions) • Alexandra Valdal
  • Wed • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • Wed • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Additional $275+tax required for Advocis online course materials. Camosun CFP students must also register directly with Advocis using this link. Online Access to the materials and Advocis Learning platform which will be open at least 10 days prior to the course start.


CFP 2 - Taxation & Investment Planning

This course begins with an introduction to basic income tax laws, followed by a more advanced study of tax planning in the context of both personal and business situations. Students will gain an in‐depth knowledge of various business structures, and evaluate those structures from a legal, tax, and financial planning perspective. Additionally, the course includes a thorough discussion of investment products including investments in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, exchange traded funds, and segregated funds, as well as a the application of those products in various investment strategies.

Topics:   Personal Income Tax reporting, Tax applications, Business and Organizational Structures, Investment Products and Investment Planning and Analysis

Prerequisite: CFP Course 1 strongly recommended

2019W BSNS 583V 002 • Apr 11 - Jun 27 (12 sessions) • Stephanie Dean
  • Thur • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Note: Material is above the course price and must be purchased directly from Advocis using this link. Cost for Advocis online material is $200+tax. Optional: a printed study guide may also be purchased from Advocis for $50+tax & shipping. Access to the materials/Advocis Learning platform will be open at least 10 days prior to the course start.


CFP 3 - Retirement Income Planning

This course is designed to provide students with a detailed understanding of the principles and applications related to retirement income planning. Students will develop an in‐depth knowledge of government benefit programs such as the Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security, as well as employer‐sponsored registered plans such as defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans. Finally, the course provides a comprehensive analysis of Registered Retirement Savings Plans and Registered Retirement Income Funds within the context of retirement planning and establishing retirement goals and objectives.

Topics:

  • Government Retirement Benefit Plans
  • Registered Pension Plans
  • RRSP's
  • Retirement Income and Planning
Prerequisites: Successful completion of CFP Course 1 and 2 strongly recommended

  2019W BSNS 584V 001 • Jan 17 - Apr 4 (12 sessions) Cancelled

Note: Material is above the course price and must be purchased directly from Advocis using this link. Cost for Advocis online material is $200+tax. Optional: a printed study guide may also be purchased from Advocis for $50+tax & shipping. Access to the materials/Advocis Learning platform will be open at least 10 days prior to the course start.


CFP 4 - Insurance and Estate Planning

This course begins with legal fundamentals and the basics of family law, including the implications of relationship breakdown, support obligations, and title to property. Risk management fundamentals are discussed in the context of life, living benefits, and property and casualty insurance. Students will gain a working knowledge of the advantages, disadvantages, and income tax implications of various insurance products. The course concludes with an estate planning discussion including the use of trusts, wills, powers of attorney, and concepts and principles related to the taxation of a deceased taxpayer.

Topics:

  • Legal Fundamentals and Family Law
  • Risk Management and Insurance Fundamentals
  • Life Insurance and Living Benefits
  • Estate Planning
Prerequisites: CFP Course 1, 2 and 3 are strongly recommended

  2019W BSNS 585V 002 • Apr 10 - Jun 26 (12 sessions) • Alexandra Valdal
  • Wed • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Lansdowne
  • $525

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Additional $275+tax required for Course Materials fee. Camosun CFP students must also register directly with Advocis at https://secure3.advocis.ca/secureform/college/reg.aspx?college=CAMOSUN (Please note: Advocis course materials will be sent directly to you upon registration but access to the online Access Learning platform will not be open until September. Shipping time - 10 days)


Canadian Payroll Association

CPA course registration requirements
To enroll in a Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) payroll course, you must register first with Camosun College, 250-370-3550 (Option 2) and then ALSO immediately register directly with the Canadian Payroll Association (information from www.payroll.ca ; toll free: 1-800-387-4693).

Since 1985, The Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) has registered more than 25,000 students in their certification program. Professional certification at one or more levels is a prerequisite for employment and career advancement in payroll by an increasing number of employers. This program helps payroll professionals avoid substantial penalties for non-compliance with government rules and regulations and other costly administrative errors. The CPA updates payroll course materials annually.

CPA Program and Contact Information:
Canadian Payroll Association - www.payroll.ca

Certification Department - certification@payroll.ca

CPA Course Registration Form:
https://www.payroll.ca/PDF/Certification/PCP_Classroom_General_Part_-_time.aspx

Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Certification Program Free Info Session

Did you know that the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) has been representing employers’ payroll interests since 1978? Canada's 1.5 million employers count on payroll professionals to annually pay $810 billion in wages, $250 billion in federal and provincial statutory remittances, and $90 billion in health and retirement benefits, as well as produce 25 million T4s, 9 million T4As, and 7 million RL-1s – all while complying with over 190 regulatory requirements. Professional certification at one or more levels is a prerequisite for employment and career advancement in payroll by an increasing number of employers. Camosun College and the CPA course instructor invite you to this informative session. You will get your questions answered and all of the information needed about the CPA Payroll Courses and pathways to Certification. This session is ideal for those interested in payroll education and for payroll practitioners looking for information on becoming certified through the CPA. Registration for the May and August sessions will be open soon.

2019S PMCP 990V 001 • May 2 (1 session) • Brian Burgess
  • Thur • 6:00pm-7:30pm • Interurban
  • Free

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2019S PMCP 990V 002 • Aug 22 (1 session) • Dawn Irmscher
  • Thur • 6:00pm-7:30pm • Interurban
  • Free

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Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) Certification Program

CPA course registration requirements
To enroll in a Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) payroll course, you must register first with Camosun College, 250-370-3550 (Option 2) and then ALSO immediately register directly with the Canadian Payroll Association (information from www.payroll.ca ; toll free: 1-800-387-4693).

Since 1985, The Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) has registered more than 25,000 students in their certification program. Professional certification at one or more levels is a prerequisite for employment and career advancement in payroll by an increasing number of employers. This program helps payroll professionals avoid substantial penalties for non-compliance with government rules and regulations and other costly administrative errors. The CPA updates payroll course materials annually.

CPA Program and Contact Information:
Canadian Payroll Association - www.payroll.ca

Certification Department - certification@payroll.ca

CPA Course Registration Form:
https://www.payroll.ca/PDF/Certification/PCP_Classroom_General_Part_-_time.aspx

Payroll Fundamentals – Level 1 (PF1) Course - January 2019

This course is the second core requirement in the CPA's PCP certification. Upon completion of Payroll Fundamentals 1, you will be able to:

  • Calculate regular individual pay
  • Calculate non-regular individual pay
  • Calculate termination payments
  • Complete a Record of Employment (ROE)
  • Communicate all aspects of individual pay requirements to various stakeholders
PrerequisitePayroll Compliance Legislation course (PCL)

Note: There is a separate CPA registration/fee in addition to the Camosun course cost. Once registration is open for this class, please ensure you complete your separate registration with the Canadian Payroll Association no later than December 14, 2018.   

  2019W PMCP 501V 001 • Jan 8 - Apr 9 (14 sessions) • Dawn Irmscher
  • Tues • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Interurban
  • $449

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**In addition to the Camosun course fee, the following fees are payable to the CPA:

  • CPA Members – $357 including taxes
  • Non/New-members - $546 including taxes
  • A CPA registration form may be downloaded from payroll.ca


Payroll Fundamentals Level 2 (PF2)

Next Offering Spring 2019

This course is the fourth and final core payroll course requirement in the CPA's PCP Certification program.
Upon completion of Payroll Fundamentals 2, you will be able to:

  • Calculate organizational remittances to federal, provincial and third party stakeholders
  • Prepare accounting documentation for payroll
  • Complete year end documentation
  • Communicate all aspects of organizational remittances, accounting and year-end requirements to internal, external and government stakeholders
Prerequisites: Payroll Compliance Legislation (PCL) and Payroll Fundamentals 1 (PF1)

**Please note the required separate CPA fee in addition to the Camosun course cost.  Canadian Payroll course fee is due 2 weeks prior to Camosun course start date. 

  2019W PMCP 502V 001 • Apr 23 - Jul 23 (14 sessions) • Brian Burgess
  • Tues • 6:00pm-9:00pm • Interurban
  • $449

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**In addition to the Camosun course fee, the following fees are payable to the CPA:

  • CPA Members – $357 including taxes
  • Non/New-members - $ 546 including taxes
  • A CPA registration form may be downloaded from payroll.ca
No classes on statutory holidays.

Certified Payroll Manager Certification (CPM)

The Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) certification builds on the PCP compliance knowledge by developing to prepare seasoned professionals to manage a payroll department. It provides you with the knowledge to make decisions, supervise and manage, and contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions. Prior to enrolling to the CPM program, students must have achieved the PCP certification, and must submit the Payroll Experience Prerequisite Application which is found on the CPA's website, http://www.payroll.ca/, under Certification and receive approval from the CPA prior to enrolling in Introduction to Payroll Management. These prerequisites ensure students have the knowledge and practical payroll experience required to be successful in a payroll management program.

There are currently no courses offered in this category.


Insurance Institute of Canada/British Columbia (IIBC)

Camosun College, in conjunction with the Insurance Institute of BC, is pleased to offer the General Insurance Essentials (GIE) course required by the Insurance Council of BC to obtain a Level 1 Salesperson/Adjuster Licence.

The Insurance Institute of Canada was formed by the provincial institutes in 1952 to facilitate a uniform standard of insurance education and examination across Canada.

The local BC Institute has over 4,500 members, employed in all aspects of property and casualty insurance and related industries. It is a non-profit association of which members are students or graduates of their programs.

Insurance Institute Contact Information:
Insurance Institute of British Columbia (IIBC)
1110-800 W. Pender St.
Vancouver, BC V6C 2V6
Email: iibcmail@insuranceinstitute.ca 
www.insuranceinstitute.ca 

Sandra Enriquez, BA (Hons), CIP
Licensing Program Coordinator
Phone: 604-681-5491 ext. 30
Email: senriquez@insuranceinstitute.ca
Toll Free: 1-888-681-5491

IIBC Vancouver Island Chapter
Donna Salahor, CIP, 250-216-9393
Education and Events Coordinator
Email: dsalahor@insuranceinstitute.ca

Career Information:
www.career-connections.info

Licensing Information:
Insurance Council of BC
www.insurancecouncilofbc.com

General Insurance Salesperson/Adjuster – Level 1 Licensing Free Info Session

Did you know that across Canada there are more than 200 general insurance companies, 7500 brokerage offices and 1500 independent adjusting companies employing over 120,000 people? If you are wondering what this career choice is all about or looking for a new direction – this session will help you decide if this is the right path for you.

Camosun College and a representative from The Insurance Institute of British Columbia (IIBC) invite you to this informative session to find out all of the information needed about the GIE course, careers, employer sponsorship, salaries, education and employment opportunities. All of your questions will be answered about the insurance field and related industries.  

2019S IIBC 990V 001 • May 23 (1 session) • IIBC Representative
  • Thur • 6:00pm-7:30pm • Interurban
  • Free

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Camosun College Lansdowne
3100 Foul Bay Rd
Victoria BC V8P 5J2
Camosun College Interurban
4461 Interurban Rd
Victoria BC V9E 2C1
  • 250–370–3000
  • 1–877–554–7555 (toll-free)

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