The following transitional measures apply to candidates who will in the process of completing their training as at May 1, 2020.

Refer to the information corresponding to your situation as at April 30, 2020 

You have completed the OACIQ-recognized training and passed the OACIQ examination

Candidates who successfully completed the OACIQ-recognized training and the OACIQ certification exam between May 1, 2019 and April 30, 2020 must apply to the AMF for the issuance of a certificate within one year of the date on which the exam was passed.

No probationary period is required. 

You have completed the OACIQ-recognized training

Candidates who have successfully completed the OACIQ-recognized training but not the OACIQ exam must take the following steps with the AMF before May 1, 2022:

  • Pass the two AMF examsThe AMF exams are valid for two years from the date on which they are passed
  • Complete the probationary period
  • Apply for a certificate

Candidates must also meet the requirements for the issuance of a certificate as set out in the Regulation respecting the issuance and renewal of representatives’ certificates.

You partially completed the OACIQ-recognized training

Candidates must complete the recognized training through the educational institution with which the training was begun and take the following steps with the AMF:

  • Pass the two AMF exams The AMF exams are valid for two years from the date on which they are passed
  • Complete the probationary period
  • Apply for a certificate

Candidates must also meet the requirements for the issuance of a certificate as set out in the Regulation respecting the issuance and renewal of representatives’ certificates.