​Group Benefits Associate—GBA

The Group Benefits Associate (GBA) designation is an ideal fit for those dealing with health and other group benefits. The courses reflect up-to-date and relevant information—including the latest on health care reform— needed to effectively design, administer and communicate group benefits. To earn the GBA designation, you’ll need to complete the following three courses.

If you’re working on the CEBS designation, all three of these courses apply toward the CEBS five-course requirement. 

Complete These CEBS Courses

GBA 1—Directing Benefits Programs Part 1
GBA 2—Directing Benefits Programs Part 2
GBA/RPA 3—Strategic Benefits Management

The Group Benefits Associate (GBA) designation is an ideal fit for who focus on life, health and other group benefits. The courses reflect up-to-date and relevant information—including the latest on health care reform— needed to effectively design, administer and communicate group benefits. To earn the GBA designation, you’ll need to complete the following three courses.

If you’re working on the CEBS designation, all three of these courses apply toward the CEBS five-course requirement. 

Complete These CEBS Courses

GBA 1—Managing Benefit Plans Part 1
GBA 2—Managing Benefit Plans Part 2
GBA/RPA 3—Navigating the Plan Environment