Continuing Education Credit
IMCA is excited to offer CIMA®, CIMC®, CPWA®, and CFP® certificants a convenient and hassle-free method of reporting continuing education (CE) credit earned at IMCA conferences through our new radio frequency identification (RFID) system.
Your attendance at individual conference sessions is now automatically recorded using RFID technology as you enter each session. Be sure to wear your conference badge at all times to ensure that you are properly credited for the sessions you attend. You will not be able to earn or report CE credit to IMCA, the CFP Board of Standards, or other leading certification bodies without this proof of attendance.
CIMA®/CIMC®/CPWA® Marks—We anticipate that this program will be accepted by IMCA for twenty (20) hours of continuing education (CE) credit, including one (1) hour of ethics credit. Additional continuing education credit is available by attending the pre-conference workshops on Sunday, April 17. Please check the IMCA website for updated CE information. IMCA will report your attendance at the event directly to IMCA’s certification department. Program subject to change, which may affect the type and total number of hours delivered.
CFP® Certification—This program will be submitted to the CFP Board for review. Please check the CFP Board website for an update on approved sessions. IMCA will report your attendance at individual conference sessions to the CFP Board on your behalf. Note that you must complete the following steps:
Please note that IMCA is not able to report to the CFP Board on your behalf if we do not have an accurate CFP ID. Please check your My IMCA account to ensure the information is in our database and is accurate.
NASBA CPE Credit—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.