Transamerica is excited to share an exceptional opportunity to help plan sponsor clients solidify their retirement plan fiduciary knowledge. This fall, Transamerica is offering free access to the PSCA (Plan Sponsor Council of America) Certified Plan Sponsor Professional (CPSPTM) online program to earn the prestigious CPSP designation for a limited time.
Transamerica is providing this professional development opportunity at no cost to attendees, thanks to partnerships with the American Retirement Association (ARA) and the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA).
The program allows plan sponsors to improve their fiduciary knowledge while also satisfying SHRM and HRCI continuing education requirements.
THE PROGRAM CONTAINS:
- Online interactive modules
- Transamerica and PSCA will provide virtual training support through 1-hour weekly webinars from September to November.
- Free PSCA membership and discounted registration to the annual PSCA conference when you earn your CPSP.
- The opportunity to earn at least 16 SHRM and 16 HRCI Continuing Education credits
- Access to the online, open-book exam required for the CPSP certification.
“Transamerica continually seeks ways to add unique value to our clients, and we are very excited to bring to them this special educational learning opportunity,” said Phil Eckman, President of Workplace Solutions at Transamerica. “We heard feedback from clients that they want to strengthen their knowledge on the intricacies of retirement plans. Transamerica leaned into that request, and we look forward to congratulating the graduates.”
Transamerica clients may contact their Client Executive to learn more about the program. The deadline to register for the program is September 12, 2022.
Transamerica Retirement Solutions, LLC (Transamerica) is a leading provider of customized retirement plan solutions for mega-, large-, and mid-market organizations. Transamerica Retirement Solutions works with financial advisors, consultants, and third party administrators to cover the entire spectrum of defined benefit and defined contribution plans, including: 401(k) and 403(b) (Traditional and Roth); 457; profit sharing; money purchase; cash balance; Taft-Hartley; multiple employer plans and pooled plan arrangements; nonqualified deferred compensation; and rollover and Roth IRAs. For more information, visit www.transamerica.com