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Online Exam

ACTA administers the online version of the Qualifying Exam and Bylaw Exam on behalf of the Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan.

All registrations must be submitted a minimum of 10 business days in advance of the exam date.

Steps to Register:

1 – Call a Proctor to set up an exam date and time.  A “Proctor” physically supervises your exam to ensure it’s conducted fairly.  You may choose a Proctor from our Proctored Venues page or you may choose someone on your own. 

Please make sure that your Proctor is not a close friend to you, is not related to you and has never worked for the same agency/company as you.

2 - Click here to Register online

3 – A receipt as well as a hard copy of the Study Manual will be sent to you shortly after. You will also have access to a prerecorded webinar which will serve as an additional study tool.

The TRAVEL INSURANCE QUALIFYING EXAM has a fee of $109.00 plus tax and includes the online exam, study manual and an online training webinar.

The BYLAW EXAM is $55.00 plus tax.  Saskatchewan applicants requiring both exams will be able to purchase a bundle package for $160.00 plus tax. 

The pass mark on both the Qualifying exam and the Bylaw exam is 75%. The applicant must apply for a licence within one year of passing the exam(s).

If you are unsuccessful on one or both exams, you may register to rewrite. Applicants may write each exam three times before a six month waiting period is implemented.
Once the applicant has passed both exams they may apply for a Restricted Travel Insurance Agent or Salesperson Licence.

The licence application form can be obtained from the Council website at

A completed licence application form, criminal record check and the applicable licence fee must be submitted to Council. Applicants will be advised by Council when they can begin transacting insurance.

For more information on the online exam, please contact:

Kulsum Murtaza
Exam Coordinator
Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA)
Tel: 416-484-4450 ext. 228 1-800-589-5776