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CEBS 101:

What Is CEBS and How Can I Get Started?


Give yourself a competitive edge by learning about the important role of professional development and professional designations. Pursuing a CEBS designation should be your next step in your career development path.


A CEBS designation cements your place in the Community of Benefits Professionals, a diverse group of individuals who serve the benefits world in a wide range of job roles across all
industries, employer types and sizes.


October 12, 2017



McMenamins Kennedy School

5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland , OR 97211

Why Attend

Talk to potential employers
Network with professionals in the employee
benefits and HR community
Learn about careers in HR/Employee benefits
Learn about “professional development"






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About the Program


Enroll in the new Certified Employee Benefits Specialist® (CEBS) program and earn the most respected designation in the benefits industry. You'll learn from health and retirement curriculum—Streamlined core courses, laser-focused content and less breadth and more depth mean now you can learn more in less time. 


The Group Benefits Associate (GBA) and the Retirement Plans Associate (RPA) form the core of the CEBS curriculum. Earn a designation in each of the specialty tracks and, at the same time, receive credit that will qualify toward earning the CEBS designation, which carries a five-course requirement.


Certificate of Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS)


The CEBS designation is a credential that is recognized for the depth and relevance of critical knowledge achieved. It draws from the GBA and RPA curriculum to build a total benefits perspective and is achieved by successfully completing all five required courses.





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