These programs cover a diverse range of subjects related to financial counseling, coaching, planning and education to fit your specific area of expertise.

Please review the Guide to Maintaining Your Certification to learn more about CEU requirements, the approval process and retention of certification. For learning opportunities available anytime, please see our On-Demand Programs. 

Interested in being a presenter for an AFCPE Professional Development webinar? Click here!

Upcoming Events

June 2022

This panel discussion will focus on how social justice manifests within the delivery of services for military families. Participants who have completed all three courses of the 2022 Academy Series will find this panel especially beneficial. This interactive discussion around the content of the third course in the Academy Series…

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The final course of the series addresses the specific work of social justice advocacy among family service providers, in the context of military families and their health and well-being. Military service can further complicate both equitable service access and families’ lived experiences given the strains of deployment, combat, reintegration, PCSing,…

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July 2022

AFCPE professionals have a wealth of experience and information to share.  This webinar is an opportunity for you to share what you know and to learn from others as we explore possible solutions for real life financial counseling scenarios.  Be sure to bring your A-game – these scenarios are very…

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The Higher Education Financial Wellness Summit is an event for professionals dedicated to bringing together post-secondary organizations to inform national conversations that impact the financial wellness field, public policy and educational support services. For more information, dates, and pricing, click here.

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With student loan debt surpassing $1.5 trillion, borrowers are looking for any way to ease their burden, including the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program. Over the years PSLF has become more complex, with new income-driven repayment plans that are more confusing than helpful. Navigating to the correct repayment plan…

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August 2022

August 11 @ 12:00 pm

How does psychology play into the way we save, spend, and invest? In this session, you’ll learn how different aspects of psychology, including developmental, cognitive psychology, and clinical psychology, play into both individual choices and financial planning relationships. We’ll distinguish between two sides of financial psychology: client psychology, which focuses…

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