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Guest Belinda

Is anyone interested in starting an informal virtual study group for the CEBS courses? I began taking the classes last year and would be interested in finding others on-line who are going for the CEBS designation.

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Belinda Fulco

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Guest kelliea

I am actively pursuing the CEBS designation and would be very interested in establishing an informal study group. I have just completed my second examination and will be signing up for my third within the next few weeks.

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Guest Belinda

I am currently taking the class for CEBS Course II at George Washington University. Are you self-studying or are you taking classes also? How difficult was the test for the second course compared to the first one you took?

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Belinda Fulco

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Hi Belinda,

I'm scheduled to teach Course 2 for UConn at its Stamford extension campus. We start in March. Most of my fall Course 1 class - 10 participants in all--said they planned to enroll for Course 2. They were a great group - very participative.

Would you mind my relaying your email address to my class members? They've all found that connecting with other participants makes for more effective study.

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There are 10 courses/tests to be passed to achieve the CEBS designation. They are as follows:

Course I--Employee Benefits: Concepts and Health Care Benefits

Course II--Employee Benefits: Design, Administration and Other Welfare Benefits

Course III--Retirement Plans: Basic Features and Defined Contribution Approaches

Course IV--Retirement Plans: Defined Benefit Approaches and Plan Administration

Course V--Contemporary Legal Environment of Employee Benefit Plans

Course VI--Financial Concepts and Practices

Course VII--Asset Management

Course VIII--Human Resources and Compensation Management

Course IX--Employee Benefit Plans and the Economy

Course X--Contemporary Benefit Issues and Practices

If there is enough interest in this, I think it would be great to have a message board for each class!

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Belinda Fulco

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