Foundations of Trust Management Standards (FTMS) is the first step in the trustee education path, focused on the needs of new Canadian multi-employer, public and corporate sector plan trustees. FTMS will help you understand the health and retirement needs of plan members while increasing your knowledge and awareness in the key areas of effective trust management: legal and regulatory issues, administration, governance and funding/investment and finance.
Virtual FTMS Option Available
This course provides the necessary tools to fulfill your responsibilities as a trustee and earn your FTMS certificate. You'll have an opportunity to network and share experiences with other new trustees while gaining the need-to-know skills to succeed in your role. The open-book, multiple-choice exam gives you time to review your notes and find the correct answers. Don't be intimidated—Over 90% of attendees pass on their first attempt!
FTMS was an excellent opportunity to begin learning about my role as an ELHT Trustee. Highly recommended.
Manager, Total RewardsCity of Ontario
Foundations of Trust Management Standards (FTMS) is a 2-day, assessment-based certificate program that will address the basics of effective trust management through four key knowledge areas.
Funding / Investment / Finance
Those who attend the full 2 days of classroom instruction and successfully complete the optional test will earn the FTMS Certificate of Achievement.
Speakers will be announced soon.
July 25-27, 2019Halifax, Nova Scotia
View Program Information
November 22-24, 2019San Francisco, California
The Canadian Trustee Education path provides clear, cohesive training for however much trustee/fiduciary experience you possess. Together these programs provide the ideal blend of knowledge, skills and experience needed for effective management of trusts. This program is the first step in trustee education path.
Educational sessions at this program can qualify for CEBS Compliance credit.Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.
For more information on this program, contact Brad Bauter at (262) 373-7727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to achieve a more secure and compliant experience, we no longer support Internet Explorer. Please use one of the browsers listed below:
for more details.