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Are you intellectually curious with the ability to apply logic to a problem?
It's time to take the next step toward earning your actuarial credentials to validate your skills and enhance your career opportunities.
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Validation by Educational Experience
As part of basic education, the CAS requires Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) topics. Validation of these topics is required in addition to the preliminary education exams listed.
There are many ways to get started on your professional journey to becoming a certified actuary. Read more to explore all of the educational and exam opportunities available to you.
Already pursuing a transition program toward your certification? Read on to learn about the process for submitting a waiver.
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The CERA qualification provides risk professionals with strong ERM knowledge that drives better business decisions.