Insurance Adjuster License
To apply to become a licensed insurance adjuster in Prince Edward Island, submit the online form below with the completed application (PDF), all associated documentation and the licensing fee, which is $200.
Insurance Adjuster License Search
You can check whether an insurance adjuster is licensed in PEI by going to the following link: Licensed Insurance Adjusters
Both probationary and full adjuster’s licenses are issued for a two-year term.
There are two types of adjuster's licenses in PEI.
- Probationary License
- Full License
Anyone acting as an adjuster in PEI must hold a license.
(1) Probationary License
- All probationary licensees must be supervised by a full licensee.
- Supervising licensee must review, and countersign all claims reports and settlement offers completed or submitted by the probationary licensee.
- Both the supervising and probationary licensee must sign a Supervision Undertaking detailing this relationship.
- Probationary Licenses can be issued for a maximum of 5 years unless an extension is granted by the Superintendent of Insurance. Extensions are granted in very limited situations, which usually involve a leave of absence from work (ie. maternity/paternity leave, serious illness, etc.).
(2) Full License
To obtain a full license, the probationary licensee must have a minimum of two years of practical experience and complete the following educational requirements within the prescribed timeline:
|Within Initial Probationary year
Insurance Institute of Canada course(s):
|Within 5 years
Eight courses from the Insurance Institute of Canada syllabus, including the following five mandatory courses:
- Licensed in Another Canadian Jurisdiction: If applying for a full license and you hold an equivalent full license in another Canadian jurisdiction, you must provide a copy of your current full license from another Canadian jurisdiction.
- Unlicensed Non-Resident Adjusters: Some Canadian jurisdictions do not require a license under certain circumstances. Applicants for a full license who do not hold an equivalent full license in another Canadian jurisdiction, must have acted as an adjuster for at least 2 years and provide a transcript confirming the successful completion of the minimum educational requirements outlined above.
The licensing fee for a full or probationary license is $200 for a 2-year term.
Licensing fees are non-refundable. Refunds will not be issued to unsuccessful applicants.
Apply or Renew
To apply for or renew an Adjusters License in PEI follow the below steps:
- Download and complete the Adjusters License Application Form
- This application is for both new and renewals
- Applicant must sign page 3 of the Application
- If applying for a probationary license:
- Applicant must sign the Supervision Undertaking (Page 4)
- Supervisory licensee must sign the Supervision Undertaking (Page 4)
- Probationary Licenses can be issued for a maximum of 5 years unless an extension is granted by the Superintendent of Insurance.
- If applying for a full license (first time)
- Must provide a transcript showing that they meet the minimum educational requirements.
- Non-resident applicants
- Must provide a copy of their insurance adjuster's license from their home jurisdiction
- If the applicant does not hold a license in home jurisdiction, provide a copy of transcript confirming that they meet the minimum educational requirements listed above.
- Submit your application and pay fee by clicking on below button entitled: "Apply/Renew/Change License"
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