Do you know about the AICP certification programs? Check out the Certifications/Designations link under the Career Center tab on the AICP website!
Currently, two designation programs are offered – the Associate Compliance Professional (ACP) and the Certified Compliance Professional (CCP). These programs are recognized within the industry as a hallmark of professionalism, technical knowledge, and regulatory expertise. Both the ACP and CCP designations and the CE program recognize individuals who show a dedication to ongoing education in their respective concentrations.
You may select to follow either a health, life/annuity, or property/casualty concentration. All three concentrations include coursework you have completed in insurance and regulatory compliance, contract analysis/development, insurance perspectives, ethics, insurance operations, and other areas within the insurance industry.
Program requirements include courses offered by the industry’s known educational institutions such as: Life Office Management Association (LOMA), America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP); The Institutes (formerly American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (AICPCU); Insurance Regulatory Examiners Society (IRES);The American College; International Claim Association (ICA); Society of Financial Examiners (SOFE); National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC); and others.
The requirements and the application are located on the Certifications/Designations link under the Career Center tab. The procedure is easy!
Once you have your CCP designation, you qualify for the CE certification program. The requirements and application are also found under the Certifications/Designations link.
If you haven’t already done so, we encourage you to check it out and submit your application.
If you have questions, one of us from the Learning and Development Committee will be happy to help.
Michael Hollar – Designations Working Group Leader – [email protected]
Gaile Beebe – Designations Work Group Committee Member – [email protected]
Kim Miller – Learning and Development Committee Chair – [email protected]