ACS P&C (Canada) — Step by Step
Step 1 — Register on LOMANET.
If you have an Ed Rep...
Contact your company’s LOMA Educational Representative (Ed Rep) to find out your company’s registration and exam administration procedures for ACS 100 or ACS 101.
If you don't have an Ed Rep...
If your company does not have a LOMA Ed Rep, register as a new student on www.lomanet.org. Enter your company number as 242751 and the Ed Rep as Hellyer. If you need further assistance, contact LOMA’s Office of the Registrar at 800-ASK-LOMA (option 1) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2 — Enroll for an ACS course.
ACS 101 does not require a proctored exam. Just enroll on LOMANET, then access the course at My Learning.
For ACS 100, most ACS P&C students take exams through a Prometric Testing Center. 48 hours after enrolling for ACS 100 on LOMANET, go to www.prometric.com or call 800-998-5662 to schedule the exam.
Step 3 — Order necessary course materials.
ACS 101 includes all study materials with enrollment.
For ACS 100, order the textbook and Test Preparation Guide (TPG) from PBD Worldwide at www.lomabookstore.com or by calling 800-887-3723.
Step 4 — Provide proof of Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) credit.
Complete the ACS P&C Request Form and fax it to LOMA along with proof of credit. Once all credit is received and the ACS 100 or ACS 101 course is completed, you will receive the ACS designation. The award will be mailed within 6–8 weeks of earning the designation.
To get more information about CIP courses, please visit The Insurance Institute of Canada online to learn about the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designations, or contact your local Institute or Chapter Manager for more information.
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