Enhance your knowledge with The Institutes’ AFSB® designation and distinguish yourself as a surety professional by earning the Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding (AFSB) designation.
Through the AFSB coursework, you will build a strong foundation of knowledge on topics specific to fidelity and surety bonding that will help you better serve your clients and your employer.
The designation consists of five core educational courses and an online course on professional ethics:
AFSB 151—Principles of Suretyship
AFSB 152—Contract Surety
AFSB 153—Commercial Surety, Crime Insurance, and Financial Institution BondsCPCU 530—Business Law for Insurance Professionals
CPCU 540—Finance and Accounting for Insurance Professionals
Ethics 311—Ethical Guidelines for Insurance Professionals or Ethics 312—Ethics and the CPCU Code of Professional Conduct
Why Earn the AFSB Designation?
Trust the program your colleagues recommend. 93% of Institutes designation completers recommend The Institutes’ courses. Be ready when that promotion opens up. 83% of Institutes designees believe that earning a designation prepared them to reach their long-term career goals.
“The AFSB designation serves as a concrete measure of my competency and knowledge of the surety industry. I am honored to have achieved this designation that was developed by our industry’s most experienced professionals, and I know that the knowledge I have obtained throughout the designation process will serve me well in the surety business.” -- Caroline Murphree Roberson, CPA, AFSB Senior Surety Underwriter, Lexon Surety Group
NASBP has entered a strategic alliance with The Institutes, the leading insurance education provider for the risk management and property-casualty insurance industry, to enhance surety education. The Institutes and NASBP continue to increase their efforts to provide professional education and knowledge solutions related to risk management and insurance through new and established offerings, such as the The Institutes' AFSB® designation described above.
To learn more, visit https://www.theinstitutes.org/ and view the NASBP press release.
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