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CLU - (Chartered Life Underwriter®)
For 86 years the CLU® has been the respected risk management credential for advisors. Designees have completed eight or more college-level courses representing an average study time of 400 hours. Topics for required courses include insurance and financial planning, life insurance law, estate planning, and planning for business owners and professionals. Elective courses include such advanced topics as income taxes, group benefits, retirement planning, and health insurance. CLU® designees must meet experience and continuing education requirements and must adhere to a high ethical standard. The mark is awarded by The American College, a non-profit educator with the top level of academic accreditation.
CPCU - (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter)
CPCU is a professional credential recognized as one of the premier designations throughout the risk management and property-casualty insurance business. Those who earn the CPCU designation set themselves apart as professionals committed to increasing their knowledge, achieving career growth, and setting and attaining meaningful goals. In addition, the CPCU designation after your name speaks volumes about your insurance knowledge. The CPCU program is a rigorous program that includes eleven courses and exams in insurance and financial risk management, operations, and legal/compliance.
ChHC® (Chartered Healthcare Consultant®)
The ChHC® designee has completed six college-level courses (five required, one elective) representing a total average study time of 300 hours. Required topics include the essentials of healthcare reform, best practices for healthcare consultants, a full overview of benefits laws and compliance regulations as they impact healthcare coverage, individual health insurance, and group benefits. Designees will have chosen one elective from the following topics: retirement planning, executive compensation, human resources and compensation management, managed care, or health and long-term care financing. The designation is conferred by The American College, a non-profit educator with an 86-year heritage and the highest level of accreditation. ChHC® designees must meet ongoing ethics and continuing education requirements.
REBC® (Registered Employee Benefits Consultant®)
The REBC® designee has completed five college-level courses representing a total average study time of 250 hours. Required topics include advanced studies of group benefits and planning for retirement. Additional electives cover executive compensation, personnel management, managed care, and qualified retirement plans. The credential is earned through The American College, a non-profit educator with an 86-year heritage and the highest level of accreditation. REBC® designees must meet ongoing ethics and continuing education requirements.
RHU® (Registered Health Underwriter®)
The RHU® designee has completed two required and one elective college-level course covering such topics as group benefits, individual health insurance, and managed care. Total average student study time exceeds 150 hours. The credential is offered by The American College, a non-profit educator with an 86-year heritage and the highest level of academic accreditation. RHU® designees must meet experience, ethics and continuing education requirements.