A CISP designation shows your professional commitment to meet the IRA industry's standards of knowledge and experience. For employers and clients alike, certified expertise is valuable. And earning this designation is your first official step towards mastery. So, as one of the only courses approved by the American Bankers Association (ABA) to prepare candidates and reduce eligibility requirements, IRA Academy is perfect to prepare you for the CISP exam.
You may need to earn Continuing Education credits to maintain your designation's good standing. Approved by the ABA, NASBA and the CFP Board, you can earn up to 27 CE credits for your CISP, CRSP, CTFA, and CPA designations; CFPs can earn up to 28.
Attending IRA Academy and earning a designation validates staff competency. Providing your employees with opportunities to grow their talents and master new skills demonstrates your commitment to their professional development. Valuing your employees builds company loyalty and aids retention. Employee awareness of industry rules and regulations helps to mitigate risk and shows regulators that your company is staying current.
Earning and maintaining a professional designation demonstrates your commitment to your profession. It provides evidence that you have current skills and knowledge in your field.
Year after year, we get the same feedback: there is no other CISP instructor quite like John Paul Ruiz. Not only is John Paul exceptionally knowledgeable, he's passionate. He brings the subject matter to life, and he's committed to ensuring that you understand it. If you want to be taught by the best, this is your chance.