CEBS Compliance status is a formal recognition of the ongoing, career-long professional development that CEBS graduates maintain to best serve their plan participants, employers and other stakeholders. CEBS Compliance means you are a leader in the profession.
It means that the professional development activities you are already doing—for professional enrichment, to maintain a license or designation, or just to stay up-to-date—can be formally recognized for contributing to the professional currency that CEBS graduates are known for.
Maintaining CEBS Compliance status helps you keep your professional skills sharp. It upholds the reputation of the CEBS designation and the community of benefits professionals who have earned it.
As a Society member, you have access to a variety of educational activities that you can apply towards your CEBS Compliance requirements including:
Other activities you pursue for maintaining a related designation may also qualify.
Click here to learn more about the CEBS Compliance requirement. Familiarity with this information will help you be sure you're earning and reporting your credits correctly.
Questions? Contact CEBS at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-449-2327, option 3.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q - Will my CEBS designation expire or be revoked?
A - There is no revocation or expiration policy for non-compliance. It is intended to recognize and reward ongoing continuing education activities.
Q - Does CEBS Compliance replace ISCEBS Fellowship?
A - No. ISCEBS Fellowship is separate from CEBS Compliance. The requirements for Fellowship remain the same.
Q - Does passing the Fellowship exam count for CEBS Compliance credit?
A - Yes. Passing the Fellowship exam earns 15 CEBS Compliance credits per track. Completing both tracks will earn 30 credits.
Q - Can I earn CEBS Compliance credit for courses completed to earn or maintain a related designation or license?
A - Courses completed to earn or maintain a related professional designation or license may qualify for CEBS Compliance credit, provided they cover one or more topics in the CEBS content domain.
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