Continuing education helps participants in the financial markets keep their knowledge and skills current. To maintain their accreditation, all members must participate in at least 20 hours of continuing education each year.
The AFMA Accreditation Guidelines outline topics and training methodologies that qualify for continuing education hours.
AFMA offers a flexible and practical series of training options that help you keep on top of your continuing education requirements. These include face-to-face workshops, online training and structured networking events. Completing our qualification programs will also count towards your accumulated continuing education hours.
All of the continuing education programs we offer are mapped to a particular level. These levels enable you to follow a professional development pathway in a given topic area. These levels are:
Continuing education programs are available across a broad range of topic areas: