The Continuing Professional Education (CPE) program recognizes and honors CEBS graduates who expand their industry knowledge and expertise to best administer or advise the benefit plans they serve.
Introduced in 2013, the purpose of the CEBS CPE program is in keeping with the global reputation of excellence and the high academic standards of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Compliance contributes to the integrity of the CEBS program and those who hold the designation.
CPE compliance is defined as 30 credits over two calendar years. Below are the CEBS graduates who have successfully completed the requirements to be recognized as CPE compliant. By participating in CPE, these individuals reaffirm their commitment to lifelong learning and professional growth. CPE compliance ensures the CEBS designation—and the collective industry knowledge it represents—remains visible and strong.
CPE compliant graduates are recognized in the Society's membership directory,
Benefits Quarterly, and at the annual ISCEBS Symposium. They also receive a certificate highlighting their accomplishment. This web page represents the most current listing of CPE-compliant CEBS designees and is updated monthly.
Are you a CEBS graduate? Don’t see your name here? When you report 30 credits at any time during the 2015-2016 reporting period, your name will be included and you will be considered CPE-compliant through 2018. Use your
International Foundation profile to log in and report eligible CPE activities.