Dear Members and Guests,
Welcome to the Colorado Chapter of ISCEBS!
We are a group of benefit professionals in Colorado. Our organization offers educational activities and networking opportunities throughout our area. These events and programs keep us up to date with legislative news, and current trends in the employee benefits. Our programs are open to ALL with an interest in information sharing and networking. If you are not yet a member, we invite you to join.
Chapter membership can help your personal and professional growth and career advancement by demonstrating your commitment to a higher level of education and use of peer knowledge. Your Chapter participation is a great way to be recognized by your company, your community and your peers.
Get involved with our Chapter! If you're a graduate of the CEBS program, hold the GBA, RPA or CMS designation or are an active CEBS student, you can JOIN our Chapter, and the ISCEBS.
This Chapter exists for you. If you have any comments, questions, or would like to get involved in the Chapter, please let us know. We appreciate your feedback.
Jennifer Boyd, CEBS
President of the Colorado Chapter
In conjunction with the Western Pension and Benefits Council, the Colorado Chapter of ISCEBS invites you to our January luncheon, featuring Joan C. McDonagh, J.D, Senior Director, Legislative and Regulatory Affairs at Empower Retirement. Congress has been hard at work on a major tax bill and this session will provide a general overview with a focus on its impact to retirement plans. It will also cover the 2018 regulatory outlook for retirement plans, including the potential impact of new leadership at the Department of Labor.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
11:30am Networking, Program will begin promptly at noon and last until approximately 1:15 pm.
About the Program
Enroll in the new Certified Employee Benefit 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.
Certified Employee Benefit 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.