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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

April 2020

Learn the nuts-and-bolts of freelance writing - both from the perspective of a freelance writer and a company who works with them. Get insights into: What life’s like as a freelancer, including how to land work, pitch yourself to clients and red flags to watch out for How to write…

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April 8 @ 12:00 pm

The Coronavirus pandemic has created an unprecedented economic crisis for people across the globe. AFCPE Certified Professionals are uniquely qualified to work with those who have been affected. The CARES Act offers assistance for Americans in the form of stimulus checks, student loan debt relief, a moratorium on evictions and…

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As we navigate new social distancing rules and the COVID-19 pandemic, knowing how to effectively offer financial education, counseling, and coaching virtually is becoming an essential skillset of our profession. This webinar will address virtual counseling technology, the opportunities that virtual counseling provides, and how to overcome challenges. AFCPE is…

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Finding financial literacy content is easy – learning how to teach it can be hard.  This webinar will offer a how-to guide to classroom management, creating an ideal learning space, and audience-specific teaching, with a focus on practical tips and tricks that anyone can use to bring higher engagement and…

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April 21 @ 11:00 am

Presenter Axton Betz-Hamilton will speak from her professional experience as a child identity theft researcher and personal experience as a victim in this webinar. The focus of this webinar will be repairing the damage inflicted on to victims of child identity theft. Presenter: Dr. Axton Betz-Hamilton, AFC®

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April 23 @ 12:00 pm

What do game shows, opinion cards, and Button Budgets have in common?  They’re all ways to make financial literacy fun!  This interactive webinar will explore a variety of different methods and tools to engage participants in financial education.  Be sure to bring your own ideas and suggestions! Presenter: Sheena Parrish,…

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