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Old 11-15-2017, 04:02 PM
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this thread reminded me that i need to do my annual review of the code of professional conduct, gotta get the CE credits
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this thread reminded me that i need to do my annual review of the code of professional conduct, gotta get the CE credits
So, how did this thread remind you of that?
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So, how did this thread remind you of that?
someone used the word "precept"
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I just watched this:

http://www.actuary.org/content/actua...communications

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Actuary-to-actuary communications play an important role in how we discharge our responsibilities to the profession and the public. There are times when these communications entail uncomfortable conversations with another actuary. This webinar on actuary-to-actuary communications explored how the Code of Professional Conduct and other elements of our professionalism framework can help you conduct these difficult, but necessary, conversations.

Academy President Bob Beuerlein, Cecil Bykerk of the Council on Professionalism, and Janet Fagan, past chairperson of the Actuarial Board for Counseling and Discipline (ABCD), discussed relevant Precepts of the Code and standards of practice. They shared and explored a variety of examples, including examples of issues that have come to the ABCD’s attention, giving attendees insights on how the Code, standards of practice, and other professionalism tools can help guide successful actuary-to-actuary communication.

Attendees had the opportunity to earn up to 1.8 continuing education (CE) credits and JBEA CPE credits (see below for more information).
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http://www.actuary.org/content/actua...communications



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was it any good?

any particularly juicy stories told?
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Hey MPC, the recording is 90 minutes. Is there a portion of the presentation we can skip to that relates to this case?
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In this particular presentation they cover the Code of Professional Conduct in general, and focus on cases relating to Precept 10 in particular.

Precept 10 is not relevant to this case.
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Reminds me of the Professional Skills courses that we are required to do in the IFoA.

Actuary in the dock is a funny video from the PSC.
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Reminds me of the Professional Skills courses that we are required to do in the IFoA.

Actuary in the dock is a funny video from the PSC.
no, this stuff was way more over the line and foul that what appears in ANY training course one would offer. there's no training needed to avoid saying this sort of thing to anyone within a professional environment.
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no, this stuff was way more over the line and foul that what appears in ANY training course one would offer. there's no training needed to avoid saying this sort of thing to anyone within a professional environment.
https://youtu.be/-RvNS7JfcMM
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