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Old 01-24-2018, 11:42 AM
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I feel the need also to point out, as it may not be obvious to anyone outside the AAA that for USQS purposes, 50 "clock-minutes" = 1 "CE hour." So we're really talking a total of twenty five "clock-hours" per year.

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Thanks for the response everyone. Very helpful.

A UK regional actuarial society runs free CPD session where senior Actuaries give talks over a teleconference. Do you think these would be eligible for CPD credits? See link below to their website. There is one on Friday.

https://www.consultingactuaries.co.uk/#events
If the topic was somewhat relevant to my job, or to a job I hoped to move into in the future, and if I signed up expecting to learn something useful, I would have no qualms listed that as part of my continuing ed.
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(rather to my surprise, the American Academy standard for "can you count it" is not "did I learn something useful", but "did I, in good faith, expect to learn something useful when I chose to attend this session.")
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