As a show of additional support to the California workers’ compensation community, the WCIRB announces a reimbursement program for customers who purchase and pass WCIRB CompEssentials® courses during the Governor’s California stay-at-home period (effective March 19, 2020 until the Order is lifted). Click here for details.
CompEssentials® is the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California’s (WCIRB’s) acclaimed online educational training program that provides insurance professionals with a series of modules explaining the fundamentals of workers’ compensation insurance.
To purchase a course, create a user account for WCIRB CompEssentials by registering at one of the following buttons:
Learn more in the Create a User Account handout.
By registering for a course, you are verifying that all information provided at the time of enrollment is accurate. The WCIRB will contact you for settlement if incomplete or inaccurate information is entered that results in a billing error. Failure to cooperate may result in suspension of your enrollment. Contact [email protected] with questions regarding registration.
Purchase courses in bulk (30 or more enrollments) to qualify for discounted pricing. Prior individual course purchases cannot be applied toward a bulk discount. For more information or to purchase a bulk enrollment for CompEssentials, please contact [email protected].
Payments are accepted via Visa or Mastercard. All sales are final and nontransferable. The time limit to complete the course is not extendable, so prior to purchase, ensure you are able to complete the course within the specified time frame. Learn more in the How to Purchase a Course handout.
For all WCIRB CompEssentials courses purchased and completed (passing the course’s final exam) during the official California stay-at-home order, the WCIRB will reimburse course fees.
For anyone who completes and passes the final exam for their fourth and final course within the California stay-at-home period, the WCIRB will waive the fee associated with WCIRB CompEssentials certification, regardless of when they purchased their four courses. (To earn WCIRB CompEssentials Certified status, you must complete all four CompEssentials courses, culminating in passing the final exam for each course.)
All course purchases and completions (passing the course’s final exam) must be executed within the official California stay-at-home period.
The WCIRB will process reimbursements within 10 working days of course and certification completion. The WCIRB makes no warranty concerning individual banks’ refund processing times.
* The WCIRB CompEssentials About the System course is pending approval with the California Department of Insurance; the course may be rejected and no credit given or requested hours reduced.