Category: CEBS Study Tips and Resources

Three Tips to Study Smarter

Create Good Habits for CEBS Success You’ve probably noticed the Benefits in Action sections in your CEBS® course Study Guide. Here are some questions that you can reflect on to help you use the application case studies to …

Meet Your CEBS Instructor: Mark Dunlop, CEBS

Learning with others helps you gain a new perspective. Would you like to gain insights from benefits industry peers in different industries, sectors and provinces as well as from an expert instructor? Many CEBS® candidates rely on CEBS Online Study …

CEBS: It’s an Amazing Day to Start!

Sometimes the hardest part of something new is just getting started. You’ve given it a lot of thought, and you’ve done your research—How do you know when the time is right to dive in? If you’re waiting for …

You’ve Got Questions. We’ve Got Answers.

I’m learning every day. And every day I’m also realizing that I have more questions to be answered. I think this holds true in all different aspects of life—professional development included. What’s the best next step for my …

Create Good Habits for CEBS Success—Three Tips to Study Smarter

Without a doubt, studying is a key ingredient in the recipe for CEBS success! Developing valuable new knowledge and skills takes time and effort. Try these tips to refresh your tried and true study habits for the Certified Employee Benefit …

Meet Your CEBS Instructor: Jeff Billard, CEBS

Getting started on something as important as earning a credential can be challenging. You are inspired to begin, and it takes perseverance to continue to make progress as you confront unfamiliar content. Many CEBS candidates rely on CEBS Online …

Meet Your CEBS Instructor – Christine Healy, CEBS

Sometimes the most difficult part about taking on a new challenge is getting started. You’re ready to begin your CEBS designation, but you might not be sure about how to create a plan for your studies. Many CEBS candidates count …

7 Studying Tips for a CEBS Exam

I’m not the analytical type. I thrive on sensory learning cues—Smells, textures and colors inform my decision on how much oregano to add to my marinara sauce, not a measuring spoon. Much to my chagrin, the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist® …