Attention all LLQP Candidates,

Qualifying LLQP course certificates that expire at any time between March 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020 will now be valid until December 31, 2020.

Please continue to check this portion of the website for more updates pertaining to the LLQP exams.

We are receiving a high volume of calls in regards to COVID-19. If you have registered for an exam, please check your emails (including junk/spam folders) in regards to any cancellations. Candidates will be informed about cancellations via email. You do not need to call or email us in regards to your exam being rescheduled, we will email you.

As the health crisis resulting from COVID-19 continues to evolve, we are assessing the impact to our LLQP exam candidates on a daily basis.

We are reaching out to all of those candidates who originally had an exam date scheduled in March and April.

We will be re-booking any cancelled exams that were scheduled in March followed by those that were scheduled in April as soon as we are safely able to do so. We will email any candidates impacted by these cancellations when we are able to reschedule.

Please note that we are currently working within the parameters set out by the Federal and Provincial governments in regards to social distancing and the gathering of groups. The health and safety of our exam candidates is our highest priority.

We are doing our best to keep you updated in this ever-changing environment and we strive to update candidates as soon as possible.

Thank you for your patience.

Please be advised that as of Wednesday, March 18th 2020- all LLQP are currently cancelled up until the end of April at all locations. If you have an exam booked during this time you will be contacted via email to inform you of this cancellation. We will then be reaching out as soon as possible to re-schedule students for testing at a later date at no cost.

You do not need to call or email us. We will contact you.

If you have questions about your eligibility expiring before April 5th we are happy to look into each case on a case by case basis.

Please be aware that the signs and symptoms of Covid-19 include:

• Cough

• Fever

• Respiratory Symptoms

• Shortness of Breath

• Breathing Difficulties

Durham Region Health Recommends: If you are experiencing symptoms and have traveled internationally, isolate yourself from others as quickly as possible. Immediately call a health care professional. We understand these are uncertain times that are rapidly changing on a global and local scale. Please know we are committed to continuing to provide testing and while we can’t predict the trajectory of COVID-19, we can work together to move forward with everyone’s safety and well-being in mind.

Durham College Whitby campus candidates, please note: The Whitby Campus is undergoing construction which limits the amount of weekday parking available on campus. Further parking instructions can be found here and will also be emailed with the candidate's final confirmation email.

Durham College has been contracted by various provincial Regulators to act as the Administrator for the PROVINCIAL Life Licence Qualification Program (LLQP) Examination.

To write the provincial LLQP licensing exam, it is necessary to register with Durham College. To Register, click on the “Registration” link above. Prior to submitting a registration, please review the Terms/Policies section of this website.

You must register a minimum of seven (7) days prior to the exam date. Registration will close at 7:00am, 7 days prior to the exam. Sessions may close to booking earlier than 7 days once they fill. Once your registration has been processed, you will receive an e-mail confirming the registration. In order to minimize e-mail "spam" and "junk" issues, please be sure to add our e-mail address ( to your contact list.

Do not contact the exam centre at which you wish to write; all registrations must go through Durham College.

Email addresses: Check your email spam/junk filters to ensure that you receive messages from Registration confirmation emails are sent within one business day.

Certification warning: Your certification status is NOT automatically updated in upon course completion. Please verify how many business days your course provider will require to update your certification status on your CIPR profile, once you have completed your ENTIRE certification program. You must complete your entire certification program before challenging any examination module. Candidates are recommended to verify their certification in the Registry, PRIOR to booking an exam module.

CIPR verification: Durham College will verify a candidate’s certification in the Canadian Insurance Participant Registry (CIPR) at 7am, 7 days prior to a scheduled exam date (eg, 7am Monday for an exam the following Monday). If a valid certification is not showing in CIPR at that time, the Candidate will not be permitted to write their exam modules and will forfeit their exam fee. Expired certification is not valid.