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|Course Name||PPAC 020 - Legislation and Pension Plans (SECT 015)|
|Location||Online (Public course)|
|Dates||November 8, 2022 to December 6, 2022|
|Days/Timings||Tuesday & Thursdays, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Online)|
|Registration Date||Friday, April 8th, 2022: 9:00 am EST|
|Orientation Date||Tuesday, Nov 1, 2022; 11:00- 11:45 am EST|
|Last Day to Drop for Refund||November 4, 2022|
|Last Day to W/D Without Academic Penalty||November 8, 2022|
|Last Day to Register||October 31, 2022|
|Registration Link||Registering option for this course will only show up at the specified registration date/time
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|Notes||Please be advised that this PPAC 2 course uses the Ontario Pension Benefits Act for any illustrations to avoid confusion as there are multiple participants from different provinces and we want to ensure everyone is looking at the same thing. The goal is to ensure that participants have experience referencing legislation. Major differences in minimum standards between the jurisdictions are addressed in Modules 5 & 6 of PPAC 2. The questions on the exam require that participants understand the minimum standards but will not require specifics such as the section of an Act.|
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If your organization has a minimum of 15 employees who would like to participate in a PPAC course, we can bring PPAC to your organization! Please contact Yogyata Suri at Yogyata.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Whether you are an HR professional, plan administrator, or member of a pension committee, you require a sound working knowledge of registered pension plans, including the ability to interpret, and accurately complete, federal and provincial regulatory reporting documentation. You must have knowledge about emerging trends in pension design and investment, government legislation, actuarial valuations and pension accounting. PPAC provides this essential background.
The PPAC program is delivered in three courses that progressively build your pension expertise. See information on each below.
Note: The PPAC program must be completed within five years from the start date of your first PPAC module.
The PPAC course content continually reflects industry changes and trends. The following describes subjects that may be addressed in each level.