Training IBC offers courses to all of its stakeholder companies to help improve data quality and accuracy for statistical reporting. Contact your data quality analyst (DQA) for more information. IBC coursesThese courses are conducted at IBC offices. If you require a course to be held at a different location, consult your DQA. Each course is approximately 3 hours long.There is no cost for an employee of a member insurance company to attend any of the following courses: IBC Overview for Statistical ReportingSubmission ManagementEarly Warning SystemEarly Warning System – Understanding the Anomaly Description and DefinitionsError ManagementData AccuracyCustomized trainingIf you or your team requires training on other data-quality management topics, please contact IBC. In many cases, we can prepare a customized training session on your requested topic.After completing these courses, participants can work with their DQA to schedule further personalized sessions to address data quality and accuracy issues. At this time, training will be company specific, and your DQA can help analyze your company’s concerns and suggest remediation activities. For a course schedule or additional information, contact your DQA. Related ServicesApplicationsIBC provides a number of applications to more than 250 IBC member companies and non-member insurance companies across Canada. These applications can be accessed 24/7/365. Manuals provide detailed instructions for users. Statistical PlansIBC collects and manages Canadian insurance data. Transformed into reports and research, the data is used by industry stakeholders to price coverage, make underwriting decisions and identify emerging issues. BulletinsOur Data Quality Management team’s mandate is to oversee data collection and help insurance companies ensure the data they submit meet quality standards.Early Warning SystemIBC provides data collection, compilation and reporting services to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA) as required under the Automobile Statistical Plan (ASP) and the Commercial Liability Statistical Plan (CLSP). The new Early Warning System (EWS) project enhances data quality for participating insurers. Exhibit Production SystemAs a service provider to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA), IBC provides data services under the Automobile Statistical Plan (ASP) and Commercial Liability Statistical Plan (CLSP). Reference MaterialsIBC offers a variety of reference materials for data quality management. These documents cover auto, home and business insurance reporting requirements. Useful LinksData Management (DM)IBC’s Data Management team helps auto and business insurance companies ensure that their submitted data meets all quality standards.Contact Data ManagementData Management Analysts and Senior Customer Data Analysts are the frontline support for any data submission, error correction or data issues. Vision and MandateConsumers and governments trust, value and support the private property and casualty insurance industry, and its products and services.