Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit for Insurance Licensees
Up to eight (8) hours of CE credit can be earned by insurance licensees from Utah.
Ethics CE Credit for Insurance Licensees
Up to five (5) hours of ethics CE credit can be earned by insurance licensees from the state of Utah. An insurance licensee may earn from one to five hours of ethics CE credit as part of the eight total CE credits available at the symposium.
CE Credit for CFP certificate holders
Several of the sessions are approved for CFP—CE credit. Up to seven (7) hours of CE credit can be earned by CFP Certificate holders.
Up to seven (7) hours of PACE credit is available to all designees who are subject to PACE requirements.
Rules for CE Credit (Adapted from State Insurance Departments)
- Be on time to receive CE credit! Plan on delays due to heavy traffic, particularly in Utah County. Allow extra travel time. The first session of the symposium begins at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, September 15, 2016.
- No CE credit is given to a person who arrives late to a session or leaves the session early, regardless of the reason.
- If you are not in the room for the entire session and when the forms are stamped, you cannot receive credit for that session. The states do not allow exceptions.
Not all sessions of the symposium qualify for CE credit. The schedule identifies the sessions that are approved for CE credit. The schedule will be in the printed program, which you will receive at the symposium.
Stamping your CE form when you shouldn't (when you haven't attended the entire session) is unethical and dishonest, and has no place in our industry. Please do not do it. Abuse of the rules negatively affects the reputation of the symposium, BYU, the Society of Financial Service Professionals, sponsors, and their relationships with the various state insurance departments. Abuse will result in a loss of CE approval.
Questions about CE credit may be directed to Angela Aldous at firstname.lastname@example.org. During the symposium, inquire at the registration counter.