Seminar Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Holiday Inn Vancouver Airport
10720 Cambie Rd.
Richmond, BC, Canada
Seminar Host: FamilySide Assurant Life of Canada
Seminar Agenda & CE
Monday & Tuesday, July 16 & 17
Seminar 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., lunch & refreshments provided
Wednesday, April 18
Certification Exam 8:30-10:45 a.m.
Seminar approved for up to 14 CE hours in most provinces. Approved for up to 16 CE hours by APFSP and most state licensing boards.
Seminar Fee: $450
U.S. Dollars on U.S. Bank
Seminar fee includes CPC Standards Manual, seminar presentation, seminar lunch and refreshments, exam and scoring, CE processing, certificate, and post-certification benefits.
Suggested application deadline June 25
Apply early for receipt of CPC Manual to study in advance of seminar and exam.
View CPC eligibility requirements.
Affiliation with host company not required.
U. S. candidates also welcome.
The CPC certification program is designed to promote the integrity and professionalism of those who are eligible to assist in the process of advance planning under state laws. It is not designed or intended to encourage advance planning activity by individuals who are not permitted under their state laws to engage in such activities.
Learn more about becoming a Certified Preplanning Consultant.
Transportation Accommodations for Certification Seminars
Candidates are responsible for making their own arrangements for travel and accommodations. Contact NFDA for possible group hotel rates for some programs and for further details about specific locations.
Additional CPC dates and locations are pending.
Interested in hosting a seminar at your firm?
NFDA reserves the right to cancel a program due to circumstances beyond its control. Should circumstances arise that result in the postponement of a program, registrants will have the option to either receive a full registration refund or transfer registration to the same program at a future date. NFDA's liability for any cancellation is limited to a refund of the registration fee and shall not extend to any other claims including, but not limited to, travel expenses, cancellation fees, lost wages, inconvenience, and other related costs.