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European Actuarial Academy (EAA)

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Education by European Actuarial Academy (EAA)

The European Actuarial Academy is a joined initiative by the Actuarial Associations of Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands. EAA offers permanent education for certified actuaries and consulting on actuarial education on an international level.


EAA offers seminars throughout Europe on a regular basis. They focus on current actuarial topics, especially new techniques and developments. The content and aims are concentrated on input from actuarial associations and work fields. All lecturers are experienced and internationally focused and every seminar includes hands-on workshops, transfer to daily practice and social program (e.g. dinner or sightseeing). Find all upcoming and archived seminars on the EAA website.

CERA Education

Over the last decade, the concept of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) has gained significant momentum in the insurance industry and beyond. Actuaries should see this as an opportunity to broaden their role, and to show that they are ideally equipped to carry out tasks in the field of ERM.

In November 2009, several actuarial associations launched the CERA credential as a global risk management designation for actuaries. The EAA offers a series of training courses and exams (through DAV) to study for the CERA designation to all actuaries, who want to deepen their knowledge in ERM. By passing this course with four modules, members of Actuarial Associations gain their CERA designation. You may find a list of all participating associations, upcoming CERA seminars as well as all past trainings on the EAA website.

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For further questions about EAA seminars and CERA education please contact:

Henning Wergen (COO), +49 221/912 554-310

European Actuarial Academy

CERA Global

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