June, 2018 InFRE Update: 2018 CRC Practice Analysis Certificant Survey
Please help InFRE maintain the credibility of your CRC® certification.
To remain compliant with National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) Standards, and to ensure that the CRC® certification program stays up-to-date, relevant and reflective of current best practice, InFRE conducts a practice analysis study of the retirement counseling profession every five years. The results of this study are used to revise the content of the CRC examination.
The 2018 Practice Analysis Task Force is currently reviewing the current practice analysis and associated test specifications and will be making recommendations for updates and changes based on current trends and gaps in the existing exam knowledge assessment that have evolved in the profession since the last study. To help us gather additional input and confirm all pertinent updates have been considered, all CRC® certificants will receive an email in late summer requesting completion of a survey. Your feedback is an important element of conducting a valid study of the CRC® program and providing your professional opinions will benefit all CRC® certificants.
As a thank you for taking time to complete the survey, all respondents will receive 1 hour of CRC® continuing education (CE) credit.
Thank you in advance for helping to maintain the high credibility of your CRC® certification by taking the time to complete the practice analysis survey.
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