​Formal Classes

Classes are available at a few locations across the United States.  Each course typically includes 22 to 30 hours of classroom instruction in addition to your personal study time.

Why Enroll in a CEBS Class

  • Structured Study--Classes offer a disciplined approach to studying the material and preparing for the national exams. Registrants may take a CEBS class to expand their professional knowledge in a specific area without working toward the CEBS designation.
  • Personal Attention--Classes provide access to an instructor with expertise in the subject matter. Many instructors are CEBS graduates.
  • Career Networking--Classes provide an excellent forum for exchanging ideas and a strong support network.

Who Enrolls in a CEBS Class

  • New and Potential entrants to the employee benefits field. The CEBS program provides a solid knowledge of the concepts and principles with which employee benefit plans are designed.
  • Experienced professionals. For those with experience, CEBS can give direction in areas where additional emphasis is needed.

CEBS Classes

Please contact your local college/university coordinator for specifics on their classes, including start dates and tuition information.

If you have any comments or concerns regarding CEBS classes, please contact our Customer Service Department at 
customerserviceif@ifebp.org.   

Call the educational institution in your area for specific course offerings, start dates and tuition information.    

Colleges and Universities Offering CEBS Classes

Maryland

Baltimore Area

Anne Arundel Community College
Patricia Barnhart
(410) 777-2939
E-mail: pdbarnhart@aacc.edu

New York   

New York 

Baruch College of CUNY
Evangelina Ocasio
(646) 312-5000               

E-mail: evangelina.ocasio@baruch.cuny.edu                  

 

                                            

Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh

Community College of Allegheny County ​
Beverly Stellfox
(412) 788-7385
E-mail: bstellfox@ccac.edu