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Associateship of Canadian Surety Bonding

Designation Program


Course Registration Form

Winter 2023 Term

Section 1 - Contact Information

New students to the program are required to submit a program application form to the Surety Association of Canada's (SAC) head office prior to registering for a course, along with the appropriate registration fee.


The application form can be accessed here.

* First Name
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* Last Name
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* Personal Email Address
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* Work Email Address
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* Phone Number
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* Current Employer
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Section 2 - Courses

Students must complete six (6) courses; four (4) core courses and two (2) electives.


Final exams for the SAC courses are conducted through an on-line proctoring system.


Please refer to the SAC website for more details, click here.

Please note that the SAC 101 (Principles of Suretyship) course is the pre-requisite for SAC 102 (Contract Surety) and SAC 103 (Construction and Surety Law) courses.

* Did you complete the pre-requisite course Principles of Suretyship (SAC 101)?
If Yes, please indicate where you took the course?

Note: For students who completed the SAC 101 (Principles of Suretyship) from McMaster University or University of Toronto, please have a certified transcript sent to SAC's head office by mail or by email to program@suretycanada.com

* Please select the course(s) you wish to register for the Winter 2023 term:

Fee Structure for Courses:



* Course fee for SAC 101 (Principles of Suretyship) & SAC 102 (Contract Surety): $1,075.00 per course

  • Includes :
  • Tuition Fee
  • Course Book & Shipping
  • Online Proctored Exam


** Course fee for SAC 103 (Construction and Surety Law): $800.00

  • Includes :
  • Tuition Fee
  • Online Proctored Exam
  • Course book to be purchased directly from the publisher (details will be provided to registered students).
* Do you intend on applying for exemption for the Introductory to Financial Accounting course?

Note: Students can apply for an exemption for the Introductory Financial Accounting course towards their A.C.S.B. Designation.


To be granted an exemption, students must submit a certified transcript from an accredited university where they successfully completed an equivalent course. This should be submitted to SAC at the time of registration in the program.


If students are granted an exemption, they are still required to complete five (5) courses; three (3) SAC core courses and two (2) elective courses.

If you would like to take the A.C.S.B. Program in French, please click here.

Contact Us

Head Office:

Surety Association of Canada

6299 Airport Road, Suite 709, Mississauga, ON L4V 1N3

(905) 677-1353

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