Continuing Professional Education
Many consulting actuaries attend continuing professional education meetings sponsored or co-sponsored by the Conference. Its three major annual meetings are the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting, co-sponsored with the American Academy of Actuaries; the Employee Benefits Spring Meeting, jointly sponsored with the Society of Actuaries; and the Conference's Annual Meeting.
In addition to those meetings, the CCA also sponsors or co-sponsors a variety of seminars and teleconferences. In contrast to its annual meetings, which offer sessions on variety of subjects, the Conference's seminars and teleconferences generally are limited to a single topic of current interest.
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