IIROC’s Continuing Education program imposes a minimum number of Continuing Education hours for each cycle. A cycle runs for two years.
Continuing Education requirements for Approved Persons are set out in IIROC Rule 2700.
What courses qualify for Continuing Education?
Individuals can take Professional Development and Compliance courses from a variety of sources, including courses directly offered by their dealer and courses accredited by IIROC.
Continuing Education courses can include virtual and in-person courses, seminars, programs and presentations.
IIROC also offers online Continuing Education courses, like video webcasts, seminars and other public events hosted by IIROC staff and industry professionals.
Prior to signing up for a course, individuals should check with their dealer to ensure a course meets the requirements of their dealer and IIROC Rules. Individuals must notify their dealer once they have completed a course for continuing education.
Use the following links for a list of:
Course providers, including dealers, can apply to have IIROC accredit continuing education (CE) courses. To apply:
For more information on the assessment criteria and required information, refer to Continuing Course Accreditation by IIROC.
Lists of Accredited Courses
- For the current cycle (2022-2023), these will be available for download beginning January 2022.
- For previous cycles, see CECAP