Business and Finance Certification Voucher

The Business – Finance Certification Voucher is offered to graduates of our qualified business diploma programs. Qualified graduates will receive a voucher valued at $1,000, which can be redeemed towards the cost of tuition towards a suite of finance/investment certification training.

Eligible training includes:

Canadian Securities Course (CSC):  This course is recognized as the industry benchmark and delivers the financial training employers demand.   Students will learn about Canadian securities industry and the regulatory environment, market and economic events impacting investment performance, understanding and analyzing corporate financial statements, financial instruments: fixed income, equities, managed products, structured products, fee based accounts and derivatives, company, industry and market performance/analysis, the portfolio management process and asset allocation, setting financial goals, the financial planning process and taxation, industry standards of conduct and the code of ethics and the institutional marketplace

IFSE Mutual Funds Certification :  The Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC) is unlike anything in the industry. The sequence of instruction mirrors the process normally followed with clients in the real world. The successful completion of the CIFC Exam meets the proficiency requirement by the provincial securities commissions for mutual fund licensing. Students will learn about, regulatory environment, registrant responsibilities, suitability, economic factors and financial markets, types of investments, types of mutual funds, portfolio management, mutual funds administration, retirement, taxation and making recommendations.

LLQP-Insurance Certification: The LLQP is a regulator-approved course that prepares candidates to write the provincial life insurance licensing exam. The overall purpose of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills a new agent must possess in order to properly serve the public. Beginning with an overview of the insurance industry, the course then provides critical detail on the design and structure of various products that a licensed insurance agent can offer. Following that, there is a description of the regulations that prescribe the agent’s conduct in taking applications from a client and in providing continuing service once an insurance contract is issued. The course also explores the ways in which the agent may assist the client in conducting an insurance needs analysis.

Fill out the form to receive information on eligible programs and qualification criteria or call 416-724-1053 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.