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September 15-18, 2020
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We are thrilled to announce the 66th Annual Employee Benefits Conference has gone VIRTUAL! The format of the Annual Employee Benefits Conference has changed this year, but your need for education has not.
This year's virtual format allows you to attend more sessions, whenever it is convenient for your schedule. Engage in over 40 sessions—ranging from legal and legislative updates to cybersecurity to innovations in mental health—offered over a span of three weeks and available for viewing through December 31, 2020.
Whether you are watching it live or on-demand you will find high quality speakers and sessions only a click away. Register today to ensure your spot in this virtual event of the year.
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We have organized this virtual conference by topic area. Each day of the week new sessions will be available that will focus on one of those areas. Tuesdays will be sessions covering health, Wednesdays will be focused on pension topics and Thursdays will be general benefits-related topics.
View Tuesday's-Health Sessions | View Wednesday's-Pension SessionsView Thursday's-General Sessions | View Friday's-Special Sessions for Attorneys
This virtual conference is for those that serve multiemployer trust funds including:
Ignite your learning experience by attending sessions throughout the three weeks and watch when it is convenient for you.
session is worth 1.5 credits toward CEBS Compliance. You
should self-report your attendance depending on how many full sessions you
may self-report attendance for PHR/SPHR/GPHR designations and
will be applying for Insurance CE Credit in the following states: California,
Hawaii, Michigan, Minnesota, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin. Credit
will only be available for approved live sessions that are viewed as they occur
live. To earn credit each attendee must log in to the session, and
periodic, unannounced polling questions will need to be answered. Failure
to answer any of the polling questions, or be logged in for the entire length
of each approved session will result in no credit earned. These are the
rules of the state insurance boards in regards to attendance monitoring for
virtual conferences. The program will be submitted as a full week of live
sessions. Each approved live session in the week must be attended in order
to earn credit. Documentation of approved sessions will be posted as
approval is received.
will be applying for Attorney CLE Credit in the following states: Alaska,
California, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts,
Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio,
Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. To earn
credit each attendee must log in to the session, and periodic, unannounced
polling questions will need to be answered. Failure to answer any of the
polling questions, or be logged in for the entire session will result in no
credit earned for that session. These are the rules of the state CLE
boards in regards to attendance monitoring for virtual conferences.
Documentation of approved sessions will be posted as approval is
National Registry of CPE Sponsors has been providing flexibility to “Group Live
only” approved sponsors, allowing for in-person events to be modified and
offered online as a result of COVID-19. This flexibility is allowing us to
offer the live sessions of this virtual conference for CPE credit. There are a
to this flexibility that we want you to be aware of. While The National
Registry of CPE Sponsors is the overarching decision maker, each state has the
ability to make its own rules regarding CPE requirements. NASBA reached out to
the states to see whether they would allow the flexibility as described
above. Two states indicated that they will not allow this flexibility
(Kansas and New York). The remaining states either indicated they would
allow for the flexibility, or they did not respond to NASBA. If you are
licensed in a state other than Kansas or New York, we can create a certificate
for you based on your attendance at live sessions, viewed as they occur
live. It is ultimately up to your state Accounting Board if they will
accept the credit. Please check back for a document outlining any special
NASBA credit available.
Note: While we will do our best to
gain approval of the program in the states listed above, please note approval
may not be granted in all states. If your state of licensure is not
listed above, please contact Laura Scholz at email@example.com to see if seeking approval is
a possibility. Please note, due to approval procedures of virtual
conferences, application to some states may not be possible.
We are constantly seaking approval for CE credit. This website will be updated frequently as new information is received.
Please refer back for more information.