Insurance Continuing Education
The Registered Workers’ Compensation Specialist® (RWCS™) and Registered Cyber Liability Specialist® (RCLS™) program is currently approved for insurance producer licensing continuing education credit in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Although the number of CE credit hours vary from state to state, many states allow 12 hours of CE credit.
When logging into the Testing Center be sure and enroll for the Insurance CE Credit option.
Human Resource Continuing Education
The National Registry is in the process of becoming an Approved Provider for the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI), the premier credentialing organization for human resource procession, setting the standard for HR rigor. This course is anticipated to qualify for 12 hours of CE credit towards the following HRCI certifications:
- Associate Professional in Human Resources™ (aPHR™)
- Professional In Human Resources® (PHR®)
- Senior Professional in Human Resources®
Mandatory Legal Continuing Education
By and large, the procedure for obtaining mandatory continuing legal education accreditation is an extensive one and every state which manages its own program has its own particular standards and controls.
We have therefore found it better for attorneys to apply for accreditation from their specific states after the Registered Workers’ Compensation Specialist (RWCS™) professional designation program has been completed by supplying state bars with any documentation they may require.
For your convenience here is the mandatory continuing legal education Uniform Application, courtesy of the Continuing Legal Education Regulators Association.
Continuing Workers' Compensation Education
Workers’ Compensation Training Can Help You Succeed
Continuing education becomes more and more important as we move forward after the pandemic crisis, and other world events. It is more important than ever to advance your skills as a job-seeker, or boost your skills to secure a promotion in your current job. Worker’s Compensation Certification can help individuals increase their skills and knowledge, putting them in a better category for success.
Why Continuing Education is Important
There are a lot of jobs out there, but most employers are looking for employees who have the most specific skills and knowledge. Getting the training and certifications that you need to succeed in your field is important to being considered for a job. Continuing education is often considered part of professional development and it’s important to both stay up to date with your industry and the skills that are needed. You may also learn some interesting and useful information, too.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on continuing education. You could enroll at a nearby college, but there are plenty of courses available online that take very little time to complete.
The Benefits of Continuing Education in Workers’ Compensation
Continue learning is an important strategy to becoming a better professional. Continuing education is an important strategy for advancing your career and furthering your professional development. On the other hand, it’s also an important strategy for maintaining your professional knowledge. Most industries are constantly changing, and one of the best ways to keep up with the changing needs of your current employer is by continuing to stay on top of the latest and most relevant developments within your profession.
Workers’ Compensation training will introduce you to the evolution of the worker’s compensation law, how it affects businesses, as well as individuals. It is the basis of what protects people if they are injured on the job. It discusses the types of coverage, and what that entails, as well as what things are not covered by workers’ compensation. There is so much you can learn from this a program like this. Training like this would make an individual more marketable as a prospective employee, or make a current employee more promotable to higher positions in the company.
Even if you have several years of relevant experience, it’s never too late to start a new career. As a matter of fact, with the right training, a person can jump from entry-level to a higher level of seniority in less time than you may think.
It is important for us as a society, to keep learning as much as possible. Laws are always changing and it’s important to stay on top of these changes if you want to stay competitive in the job market, or to advance your career through promotion.
How to Get Started
If you are an interested jobseeker, or a company looking to promote a few team members, you can find out more information about our specialist training. They are valuable training that can help individuals and businesses be more successful.