PROGRAMS & COURSES
DISABILITY AND ABSENCE MANAGEMENT
Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM)
We live and work in an era where many variables change on a constant basis. Fortunately the impact of unpredictable and often challenging circumstances can be greatly minimized by implementing an effective Integrated Disability and Absence Management (IDAM) program. When efficiently implemented, IDAM significantly increases an organization’s productivity, reduces costs, and minimizes risk.
Employee Disability and Leave Management is a complex arena for most organizations. Federal and state laws and programs can be convoluted, companies face unpredictable circumstances including exposure to expensive lawsuits, and audits for compliance that can cost fees and penalties. Can your organization afford to be behind the curve on this?
The CPDM curriculum, created by industry experts, is uniquely designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills you need to manage the day-to-day challenges of health insurance, disability and absence management, and workers’ compensation. Armed with the best possible tools in the industry, you can confidently and expertly implement an effective and cost efficient IDAM program for your organization.
CPDM will help your organization reduce:
- Replacement costs
- Productivity costs
- Compliance costs
- Morale costs
Continuing Education Requirement
Six hours of continuing education in workers’ compensation or disability management are required each year. Click here for IEA On-Demand Videos and Live Seminars that qualify for CPDM continuing education . Additionally, you can earn continuing education through DMEC. CE Credits are now submitted through your CE Credit Tracker on your IEA Learning Dashboard.
CPDM courses must be taken in order starting with CPDM 1 and finishing with CPDM 3. Courses cannot be taken concurrently.
You have worked hard to earn your CPDM. If your designation has lapsed, click here to learn about new opportunities to get reinstated.
Rules and Regulations
CCMP Rules & Regulations