Using the Archived/Recorded Webinars as a Local Event
Chapters can host a Society-produced webinar that has been archived/recorded. Webinars can provide great networking, recruiting, and educational opportunities, and most are free. All you need is a computer with internet access and speakers. We suggest having a projector and screen as well. You can also access the presenter’s PowerPoint presentation separately and provide attendees with a hard copy or electronic version of the slides.
In some cases, we may be able to arrange for the webinar speaker to call in at the end of the program to answer questions directly from your attendees. Contact FSP’s Professional Development Department for more information.
Archived/recorded webinars can be accessed in the Member Resources area of the FSP Website. Or you can register for the live webinar and you will automatically be sent the recording link about a week after the live webinar. Or simply contact Shannen Griffin and request the link. The archived webinars can be viewed 24/7 for up to two years after the date of the live program.
PACE/PRCE and CPE/accounting credit are generally available for the archived webinars, assuming you are showing the webinar as a Chapter program in a group setting. An individual watching an archived webinar on their own will not qualify for any credits. CFP® credit is not available for the archived webinars and FSP does not apply for state insurance credit, however Chapters may apply directly for insurance credit. There is a fee of $5.00 per PACE/PRCE and CPE credit. Payment must be received before any certificates will be emailed. In order to obtain a Certificate of Completion for your attendees, Chapters must send an attendance list to Society Headquarters after the program listing the names, email addresses and signatures of those that need credit as well as the CPE license number for those that need CPE credit. The attendance list must also include the name of the Chapter Officer who monitored the webinar. Click here for a sample sign-in sheet, or you can create your own. Additionally, for CPE/accounting credit, you must include the required NASBA Promotional Statement on your promo piece and a copy of the promo piece must be sent to the Society's Accreditation Department after the program. Contact Caprice Evans in the Society’s Accreditation Department with any questions regarding CE credits including verifying which CE credits are available for a given webinar.