Annual Conference Continuing Education

CIMA®/CIMC®/CPWA® Marks. This program has been accepted by IMCA for twenty (20)* hours of CIMA/CIMC/CPWA continuing education (CE) credit. An additional  2* hours are available by attending the pre-conference workshops on Sunday, May 4, 2014. Individuals are responsible for reporting CE to IMCA.

Please note: The ethics session takes place on Wednesday May, 7, from 11 am – 12 pm.  To earn this continuing education credit, you must attend the session in full. IMCA requires you to scan your conference badge as proof of attendance. Please plan your travel accordingly.

CFP® Certification.  IMCA Now Reporting Individual Conference Attendance to CFP Board for CE Purposes

If you hold CIMA, CIMC, and/or CPWA certification and are also CFP-certified, you no longer need to report CE hours to CFP Board when attending IMCA conferences. IMCA will report these hours on your behalf. Note that you must complete these steps:

  1. Provide your CFP ID. Enter your CFP ID in My IMCA in the “Update my demographics information” section.  You may also enter your CFP ID when you register for a conference or when you report your session attendance to IMCA.
  2. Report your conference attendance to IMCA online at www.imca.org/user or by using your IMCA CE form.  Online reporting is available starting the day after each conference concludes.
  3. After you report conference attendance, IMCA will provide information to CFP Board.  CFP Board will notify you when this occurs.

Conference attendees who do not hold any CIMA certifications are responsible for submitting any necessary paperwork and/or fees to CFP Board.

NASBA CPE. IMCA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy as a sponsor of CE on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors (ID 106054). State boards of accountancy have final authority about the acceptance of individual courses. Individuals are responsible for submitting any necessary paperwork and/or fees to their state boards. Upon request, IMCA will provide a certificate of attendance after the conference.

Other certifications/designations. IMCA does not submit programs to state insurance departments and bar associations. Individuals are responsible for submitting any necessary paperwork and/or fees to their state boards. Upon request, IMCA will provide a certificate of attendance after the conference.

*Program subject to change, which may affect the type and total number of hours delivered.