The Academy’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum is an excellent way to remain current with the latest public policy and professionalism developments affecting your practice, while meeting your continuing education (CE) requirements and networking with your colleagues.
Attendees earned organized activity continuing education (CE) credits, depending upon your area of practice, and professionalism CE credits. Enrolled Actuaries also had the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits under the Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries (JBEA) rules for the pension breakout sessions and professionalism plenary.
The Academy believes this year’s agenda enabled attendees to earn up to 11.4 CE credits, depending on the area of practice. For Enrolled Actuaries, the Academy believes in good faith that attendees may have earned up to 1.5 CE credits and noncore CPE credits under the JBEA rules for each pension breakout session, and up to 1.8 noncore CPE for the professionalism plenary.
For more information on qualifications and CE requirements, please visit the U.S. Qualification Standards homepage.