Retirement Plans Associate—RPA

The Retirement Plans Associate (RPA) designation is an ideal credential for those who work with defined contribution and defined benefit plans or are involved with the management of plan assets. The courses reflect the most current and relevant information needed to effectively design and manage retirement plans.

To earn the RPA designation, you‘ll need to complete three courses and all of these courses apply toward the CEBS five-course requirement. 

Complete these CEBS Courses

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

The Retirement Plans Associate (RPA) designation is an ideal credential for those who work with pension plans or government-sponsored plans or who are involved with the management of plan assets. The courses reflect the most current and relevant information needed to effectively design and manage retirement plans.

To earn the RPA designation, you‘ll need to complete three courses and all of these courses apply toward the CEBS five-course requirement.  

Complete these CEBS Courses

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