The Institutes Launches Business Professional Designation Program Targeting Markets

New PBP Designation for Program Business Professionals: Elevating Excellence and Advancing Careers

In May, the Target Markets Program Administrators Association (TMPAA) and The Institutes Knowledge Group will launch a new credential for program insurance professionals called the Program Business Professional (PBP) designation. This designation aims to elevate the standards of excellence within the program business sector and align with the evolving landscape of program business.

The PBP designation program is a blend of program business-specific content and educational courses from The Institutes’ CPCU designation program. It offers professionals an opportunity to advance their careers in program business while earning credit towards additional Institutes Designations. The PBP program consists of four courses and exams along with an ethics requirement, all of which qualify for Continuing Education (CE) credits.

Gene Abbey, Director of Insurance Education and Services at TMPAA, stated that the PBP designation aims to provide professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in program business. He added that by collaborating with The Institutes, they can offer even greater value through this new credential.

Adam Carmichael, CPCU, President of The Institutes Knowledge Group emphasized the commitment to providing industry professionals with a cutting-edge and comprehensive educational platform through the development and launch of the PBP designation. This marks a significant milestone in the industry and highlights the dedication to providing knowledge and skills needed to succeed in program business.

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