Each November the Insurance Institute of B.C. (IIBC) honours its top graduates at ceremonies in Vancouver and Victoria. The Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation is awarded to students who complete 10 courses and one year’s
relevant work experience. Honours students are recognized with gold,
silver and bronze awards.
The Gold Leonard J. DeVito Memorial Award went to Colin Madill,
For Vancouver Island, Emily Perry, ICBC,
got top marks, and Erin FitzPatrick, Megson
FitzPatrick, was runner-up.
The Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designation is the highest
designation available for a graduate from the
Insurance Institute. This designation requires
completing the CIP program and an additional 10 courses in the business curriculum.
These 2017 FCIP students were recognized:
The Gold Norman Bortnick Memorial Award
went to Rebecca Saundry of ICBC; the Silver
Award to Lisa Wylie of ICBC; the Bronze
Award to Zareen Alimohamed of Wawanesa
Mutual Insurance, and Ian Dalgleish, Economical Insurance, received the Award of
Distinction. Deborah Hauff, Intact Insurance,
was the top FCIP grad on Vancouver Island.
For the FCIP New Track program, this year’s
top graduate is Dalwinder Sidhu, AMC Insurance Services.
Several B.C. students also topped the list
for all of Canada. The Insurance Institute of Canada recognized Jennifer
McIntosh of Telus Corporation as the Top FCIP Student – Claims
Major. Darren Nelson, Ministry of Finance, was the runner-up in the
national Advanced CIP program. For the CIP program, Colin Madill,
In a separate category, the David
C. Skingsley Memorial Award for
CIP Instructor of the Year was
awarded to Darlene McBride of
BI&I, and Dale Rogoza, ClaimsPro,
received the B.C. Volunteer of
Congratulations to Terri Johnson
and Shaun Sinclair of BCIT, who
completed the Instructor Certification Program this year.
FCIP Vancouver Graduates
Vancouver Risk Management Certificates
and Advanced CIP Graduates (seated row)
CIP Vancouver Graduates
B.C. Volunteer of
Dale Rogoza of
by Manjit Biring,
of the Year:
Darlene McBride of
BI&I (right), presented
by Angela McIldoon,
Chair of the Education