Certified Benefits Professional (CBP)
The Certified Benefits professionals (CBP) by WorldatWork is a widely recognized certification that aims to prove your knowledge and skills in strategy development, design, and administration. It enables you to develop benefits programs and integrate them with business strategy in order to achieve better employee interaction and retention. Having CBP in your portfolio boosts your career and guarantees greater opportunities for you in the future.
Founded in 1955, WorldatWork is a non-profit American association that serves, educates and inspires those who reward and engage the workforce. WorldatWork’s objective is to spread the culture of rewarding and engaging workforces through education and certification, idea exchange, knowledge creation, information sharing, research, advocacy, affiliation, and networking.
Certified Benefits Professional Requirements
CBP targets mid-level HR professionals seeking to develop their strategy development and administration skills.
Certified Benefits Professional Study Materials
You will be delivered the study materials according to the study mode you choose.
Available Study modes:
- Virtual Learning
You can register online or phone-call WorldatWork on the contact information provided on their website.
CBP Exam Details
CBP certification requires you to pass 7 exams as follows:
- Total Rewards Management (T1/GR1)
- Regulatory Environments for Benefits Programs (B1)
- Health and Welfare Plans – Plan Types and Administration (B3)
- Benefits Outsourcing – Selecting, Contracting and Managing Service Partners (B12)
- Strategic Communication in Total Rewards (T4/GR9)
- Retirement Plans – Design Considerations and Administration (B2)
- Health and Welfare Plans – Strategic Planning and Design (B3A)
Each exam has its own fees and training course. For detailed information about pricing, please visit WorldatWork’s website.
CBP Certification Renewal:
Each exam requires a certain amount of credits and hours of attendance in order to renew your certification. Information about courses’ schedules and credit-achievement are provided on WorldatWork’s website.