Discipline Wherever You Practice Course
Member ($100), Non-Member ($125)
Professionalism is one of the most important core values at the CAS. This course will provide member responsibilities under the Code of Professional Conduct and an overview of the CAS Discipline Process. All CAS members need to be fully versed in the Code of Conduct including the recent changes to the Agreement of Joint Discipline, effective March 31, 2013. The course features real-life examples, as case studies, to show how a member would apply the content.
Unlike webinars, this is a self-paced course that you can take anytime and anywhere for as long as you need! And you can revisit any of the topics covered at your convenience. The course features several new interactive features including quizzes, matching exercises, knowledge checks, definition bubbles, and much more!
Please contact the CAS to purchase for a group with a list of names
Credit Information At least 90 minutes
Tag(s) Professionalism, Interactive Online Course
- Understand individual responsibilities under the Code of Professional Conduct
- Understand the differences between Statements of Principles and Standards of Practice
- Know how to make a complaint and the rights and obligations if a complaint has been made
- Know what happens in the investigatory phase of a discipline proceeding
- Understand how the Agreement on Joint Discipline affects the CAS Discipline Process
- Know the types of discipline considered by the disciplinary authority
All CAS members, including international members and seasoned actuaries who have not taken the Course on Professionalism for quite some time (if at all). This is also a great review for new members!
The CAS commissioned Pat Teufel to write the content for this course. Ms. Teufel is a past president of the CAS and has served on the Boards of both the CAS and the American Academy of Actuaries. Her practice spans over forty years and encompasses company and consulting roles, as well as actuarial and non-actuarial functions. She is a frequent speaker at the CAS Courses on Professionalism and has served on a subcommittee of the Actuarial Standards Board.
Cancellations/Refunds: You may withdraw from an interactive online course at any time. However, once you are registered and have logged in to the course, you will not receive a refund.
CAS Continuing Education Policy:
CAS Interactive Online Courses may qualify fora minimum of 2.5* CE Credits for CAS members. The total amount of CE is anticipated, pending final production of each course. Module 1 qualifies for a minimum of 0.85 CE all by itself.
Participants should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CAS members earn 1 CE Credit per 50 minutes of educational session time, not to include breaks and/or lunch.
*The amount of CE credit that can be earned for participating in this activity must be assessed by the individual attendee. It also may be different for individuals who are subject to the requirements of organizations other than the Casualty Actuarial Society. Click here for more information regarding the CAS Continuing Education Policy.