CAS Course on Professionalism
If you recently completed CAS Online Course 1-Risk Management and Insurance Operations and/or CAS Online Course 2-Insurance Accounting, Coverage Analysis, Insurance Law, and Insurance Regulation and you have your passing grade report issued by The Institutes AND this is your LAST requirement for being nominated for an ACAS designation, you may submit your unofficial grade report to the CAS office via email or fax at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.276.3108
*Please note, in this circumstance the CAS will only accept grade reports for Online Courses. CPCU credits or other waivers offered by The Institutes are not accepted.
The Course on Professionalism is designed to make the candidate aware of the requirements of the CAS, CIA, and AAA regarding the conduct of the actuary in the performance of his or her duties.
Information for the Asia Course on Professionalism - Bangkok, Thailand - September 18-19, 2017
September 18-19, 2017
December 4-5, 2017
Reservations: Casualty Actuarial Society
December 4-5, 2017
December 11-12, 2017
|Washington D.C. (Metro Area)|
February 12-13, 2018
Hyatt Centric Arlington
Canadian Candidates should note that the CAS Course on Professionalism only satisfies the CIA eligibility requirement for ACIA and FCIA when the CAS course is held in Canada, and when it includes appropriate Canadian content. The December 2017 Montreal Course will satisfy the CAS and CIA requirement. Note: The Montreal Course is reserved for Candidates that are seeking the CIA's ACIA/FCIA designations with intent to take, or having taken, exam 6C. The Montreal Course will satisfy both the CIA and CAS professionalism requirements.
Updated July 2017
The Professionalism Education Committee (COPE), which is responsible for developing the Course on Professionalism (COP), has developed the following four year rotating schedule for COP locations. The Committee has selected these cities and rotation in an effort to best serve the candidate audience. As a reminder, candidates should never make travel arrangements prior to registering and receiving a registration confirmation from the CAS. The rotating location schedule is merely offered as an advance planning tool and is subject to change.
|Summer 2017||Summer 2018||Summer 2019||Summer 2020|
|San Francisco||Toronto (tentative)||Seattle||TBD|
|Winter 2017||Winter 2018||Winter 2019||Winter 2020|
|Atlanta||Lake Buena Vista, FL (Orlando)||Atlanta||Ft. Lauderdale/ Tampa / Orlando|
|Ft. Lauderdale||Las Vegas||San Diego||Las Vegas|
|Feb 2018||Feb 2019||Feb 2020|
|Washington DC||Philadelphia||Washington DC|