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Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) in Damage Insurance

After working or studying in other fields, do you feel like making the switch to property or casualty (P&C) insurance? The AEC in Damage Insurance is the way to go. With the course lasting about one year, the AEC lets you exclusively study the P&C Insurance field. Since you can begin the course at any point in the year, contact the educational institutions for more details and their admission requirements.

  • Between 9 and 12 months
  • Program can start at any point in the year
  • Over 20 institutions throughout Quebec
  • In French, English, or French with a professional English course (AEC en assurance de dommages et communication en anglais)
  • In a classroom or remotely
  • Daytime or evening and weekend schedules

Admission criteria

  • Have a secondary V diploma
  • AEC admission requirements

Offered in some 25 cégeps - Dates of upcoming groups

* AEC en assurance de dommages et communication en anglais Program

In English

In French, Daytime and in class

Evenings

Online

Future prospects

The AEC in Damage Insurance is ideal for quickly getting a job as a P&C insurance agent or broker, claims adjuster, or underwriter. Find out more about employment opportunties in property and casualty insurance.

In addition to a stimulating job, the industry offers you many guaranteed benefits:

  • Placement rate of over 90%
  • Good salary (average entry salary = $43,000)
  • Flexible schedule
  • Goodbye to routine
  • Opportunities for advancement

Find out more!

 

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“I loved this very technical training that allowed me to learn directly about the core of the subject. I have been looking at a specialised expertise in claims but also in accounting and management. Property and casualty insurance is a more complex field than it seems at first glance and the AEC has really given me the opportunity to add another feather to my cap.”

Charlotte Piché
Property and Casualty Insurance Broker
AEC Graduate

“The teachers are extremely knowledagble about all facets of the industry and help us a lot on our way. It’s a comprehensive, fast course that leads you to a variety of careers, each more interesting than the one before.”

Léonie Girard
Personal Property and Casualty Insurance Broker
AEC Graduate

“I decided to go back to school and I chose the AEC in Damage Insurance, principally because of the dire need for a skilled workforce in the industry. And then I got hooked; I’m very passionate about this field.”

Sonia Tessier
Claims Adjuster
AEC Graduate