Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education
Kaplan University School of Continuing and Professional Education is part of Kaplan, Inc., a leading international education services provider and a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company. Our mission is to build futures once success story at a time. The School of Professional and Continuing Education provides license preparation, professional development, and continuing education programs to businesses and individuals in the accounting, insurance, securities, real estate, financial planning, health care, and information technology industries. Through classroom instruction and online courses, the School of Professional and Continuing Education serves individuals who must comply with regulatory and continuing education requirements and who want to earn advanced professional designations to help them progress in their careers.
Kaplan's CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER&TM; certification program (www.schweser.com/cfp) consists of all seven courses (AccFP 101-107) needed to meet the educational requirement for the CFP Board of Standards, Inc., as well as exam prep materials and instruction to help students pass CFP Board's certification examination.
Organizational URL: www.kaplanprofessional.com.
URL: http://www.kaplanprofessional.com Source of Official Student Records: Kaplan University School of Continuing and Professional Education maintains student records in a proprietary software application. How Results are Reported: Students receive a verification letter indicating the grade upon completion of each of the (7) individual courses. If a student successfully completes all (7) courses, they also receive a completion certificate and Kaplan will report the completed students eligibility to the CFP® Board of Standards. Retake Policy: AccFP 101-106 students are assessed based on a combined score representing 30% from unit quizzes and 70% based on the final exam. The students are required to achieve an overall 70% to successfully complete the course. Students who do not receive a 70% for an individual course are provided a secondary exam. The secondary exams will be progressively more difficult. AccFP 107 students are assessed based on the written and oral submission of a completed financial plan. Students who do not receive an 80% for the individual course are provided a secondary opportunity to successfully complete their written financial plan.
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