The CNA Certificate of Registration in Insurance is a valid certification for all insurance claims in Saskatchewan. If you’ve received a CNA Certificate of Registration in Insurance and would like the certificate cancelled, you can request a cancellation of the certificate.
Is it a good education for students?
The CNA Certificate to Caribbean Life and Emergency Insurance is suitable for all level students. If you’ve received this certificate before, you’re eligible to apply for a new certificate. If you’d like to learn more, you can find out more information on how to earn the certificate.
How much does it cost?
There’s no cost for the CNA certificate in insurance to travel for personal reasons. There is a fee for using the insurance certificate to travel. Click More Information to learn more about the cost of the certificate in insurance.
When will I have my certificate in insurance?
You will receive your certificate in insurance at the end of the registration period. You can find the date on the back of the certificate of registration.
Will I be sent a certificate if I travel outside of Canada?
No. The CNA certificate is sent out when the registration period has ended, for an unlimited amount of travel. You are not eligible to have your certificate sent when you travel to another country.
What’s my deadline to receive my certificate in insurance?
The registration time limit for receiving a certificate in insurance to travel for personal reasons varies. For example, the registration deadline is 6 months after the last day to register with the CNA, or 6 months after the start of the insurance plan you are using.
What do I have to do?
Register with the CNA.
Take your insurance certificate to the CNA at least 6 months before your travel and:
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