Webinar Registration: Multiple Connections Half-Year Subscription FY2021
The CAS has made it easier for actuarial employers to sign up their actuarial employees for CAS webinars and at substantial savings for those companies with a large number of actuaries spread across multiple locations.
Due to popular demand, the CAS is offering a half-year subscription for multiple webinar connections starting in April 2021 (April 1, 2021 – September 30, 2021). A minimum of 12 webinars will be offered during this time period for a one-time cost of $4,800. Any additional webinars offered during that period will be included in that cost.
Companies who sign up for the half-year subscription will be provided with one single registration code for your employees to use for all CAS webinars held from April 1, 2021 – September30, 2021, without needing to contact the CAS office.
Please note that complimentary webinars and webinars held jointly with other organizations are not included, so individuals cannot use the code to sign up for those webinars.
Once you purchase the half-year subscription, you will receive the code that your employees will use for the rest of the year to register for individual webinars. We also recommend participants register 48 hours ahead of the webinar to guarantee a seat. All webinars close registration 10 AM ET the day of the webinar. For information on how to use that code, we recommend reviewing this video: https://www.pathlms.com/cas/courses/10996
You may purchase the 2021 half-year subscription at any time, but you will not be able to pro-rate for any webinars that may have been missed.
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Please note: We strongly suggest that participants test their systems prior to registering for live CAS webinars. Click the system requirements button underneath the Register button on the webinar description page to make sure that you will have no user-end issues. We also suggest that participants login to the webinar early to help stagger the unprecedented number of attendees we have at our webinars.