Pro-Seminars is an all Canadian company
based in beautiful Beamsville, Ontario.
We invite you to join the many individual and
corporate clients that have used Pro-Seminars to
effectively meet their needs.
Pro-Seminars is a leader in their field,
specializing in continuing education and training
designed specifically for Insurance and Financial
Services Professionals since 1998.
Our CE Credits
Continuing Education Credits earned by using any
Pro-Seminars service are valid anywhere in Canada where
Continuing education credits are required, regardless of
where you attained the credits - BC, AB, SK, MB, ON,
QC & Las Vegas, NV.
If you are a resident of AB, MB & QC, your CE
credits have to be approved by your Provincial
Regulators. Please check with your Provincial
Regulatory bodies for any clarification on their
reciprocal agreements with other Provinces, depending on
the licenses that you hold.
If you are a resident of the Atlantic Provinces,
you do not require CE credits to maintain your Insurance
licenses, but YOU DO require CE credits to maintain any
Designations that you hold.
Education Credits Earned using a Pro-Seminars service
are valid for:
Life and A&S Insurance license renewal
General (P&C) license renewal for some
Provinces - Some courses and seminars apply and are
noted on your Certificate of Completion
Travel Insurance for some Provinces .
Pro-Seminars holds Self Accrediting
/ Accredited Course Provider
AB - Alberta Accreditation Committee - Life,
Accident & Sickness, General / Adjuster
BC - Insurance Council of British Columbia - Life,
Accident & Sickness, General / Adjuster
MB - Insurance Council of Manitoba - Life, Accident
& Sickness, General / Adjuster
SK - Life Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (LICS) -
Life, Accident & Sickness Insurance
SK - General Insurance Council of Saskatchewan
(GICS) - General / Adjuster
Pro-Seminars is accredited by
the following Regulatory & Association Bodies:
Registered Insurance Brokers Ontario (RIBO) - General
- Chambre de la securite financiere (CSF) for some
Please Note - Effective June 1, 2023
- The Canadian Investment Regulatory Organization (CIRO)
is the new regulatory body for the former Mutual Fund
Dealers Association of Canada and Investment Industry
Regulatory Organization of Canada.
NEW CE CREDITS REQUIRED - Mutual Funds Dealer
an Approved provider of CE credits for MFDA. Cycle
1 - December 1, 2021 and ending November 30, 2023. Under the
NEW Continuing Education (CE) program, MFDA advisors must
earn 30 CE credits within each two-year cycle. These credits
comprise 8 business conduct credits (including ethics), 20
professional development credits and 2 MFDA-created
Important note re
Business Conduct CE credits - For each cycle where a
Participant is required to obtain at least 8 Business
Conduct Credits, a minimum of 1 and maximum of 2 credits
must be content relating to ethics.
Please see the approved courses here - MFDA
Approved Courses. Each
course also has Life &/or A&S CE credits included with it as
well. Click on your Province here - ONLINE
CE Catalogue to see
what Life &/or A&S CE credits are included with the MFDA
course you want to take, at no extra cost.
Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) - Any CE
credits earned from Pro-Seminars may also be used to satisfy
CE requirements, provided the member firm has reviewed the
course/seminar to ensure it complies with the Compliance and
Professional Development requirements as set out in CE Rule
2650. It is important that the course you are interested in
satisfies the CE Rules. Once you provide your firm with the
necessary course information, your firm can determine course
eligibility. This information can be found on the IIROC
Canada Standards Council (FP Canada) - CFP Designation - FP
Canada Any CE credits earned from Pro-Seminars are
considered "Verifiable" CE credits and can be used for a
specific amount of the following CE categories of CE credits
- Financial Planning, Practice Management, Professional
Responsibility, Product Knowledge or Giving Back as per the
definition of each. FPSC leaves it up to the CFP designee to
determine what category these CE credits will fall into.
Please check the FP Canada website for more information.
Advocis - Any
CE credits earned from Pro-Seminars are considered
"Approved" CE credits for Advocis. Send your certificate to
them so that these CE credits are included for your Advocis
Accountants (CPA) - CPAs require Continuing
Professional Development courses annually from January 1 to
At the current time, no
Provincial CPA chapter approves CPD courses. The various
Canadian CPA Associations leave it up to the CPA to
determine what continuing education courses they take as
long as that fall into the criteria of "Any learning and
development that is relevant and appropriate to a member's
work, professional responsibilities, and growth as a CPA."
Check our courses out here - CPA
CPD Courses to
determine which ones fall into the CPA definition.
The legacy continues in memory of Tom Miller...
Our Guarantee to You is Simple:
"We will continue to provide high quality education,
training and materials at the lowest price possible in
Alex Nicholson / Co-President
Wyrcimaga / Co-President
Adam L Wyrcimaga