IEA Names Recipient of Scholarship for Disability Management Designation Program
El Segundo, CA – September 15th, 2022 – The Insurance Education Association (IEA), a leading provider of professional training programs in workers’ compensation, disability management, human resources, and risk management, has announced the winner of its scholarship opportunity for Disability and Absence Management training.
Congratulations Lisa Cashion!
Lisa Cashion, PHR, a Leave of Absence & Workers’ Compensation Specialist with Columbia Hospital, was awarded a full tuition scholarship for the first program in the three-part CPDM series starting September 29th, 2022. Ms. Cashion joins a full class of emerging disability and absence management specialists all of whom are working toward earning the Certified Professional in Disability Management designation (CPDM) the nation’s foremost qualification in disability and absence management . On receiving the award Ms. Cashion stated that “being selected for this scholarship not only provides me a chance to learn and grow from/with some of the best in this field, but it also validates and affirms that my chosen career path is the right one for me”.
About the CPDM Scholarship
CPDM scholarships are offered three times a year. Eligible candidates are invited to submit an application for consideration each trimester. Applicants are considered eligible if employer training reimbursement is not available. The scholarship covers the full cost of tuition for the first course in the Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM) designation curriculum. For more information, and to apply for the next available scholarship, click here.
CPDM – Newly Revised Leading Edge Curriculum
The CPDM designation has been at the forefront of disability management expertise for more than two decades. In 2021, IEA’s curriculum development team collaborated with industry experts in disability management, workers’ compensation, human resources and employment law to revamp the curriculum content and delivery format. The newly launched program is right up to the minute in its relevance and applicability for effective disability and absence management planning. Feedback from those who have recently completed the course points to the success of a new state-of-the-art student dashboard, the flexibility of the program for working adults, and live webinars which allow participants to interact with subject matter experts.
According to CPDM graduate Taryn Johnson-Kline SHRM-CP, “the CPDM course curriculum has been outstanding. As an HR professional, I found the office hours and weekly group discussions extremely helpful. Not often do you find a group of like-minded professionals, learning and openly sharing their IDAM experiences. Having this hour together weekly has helped me not only better apply the content but also be aware of trends and best practices.”
CPDM instructor led courses start September 29th, 2022. On-Demand CPDM courses are available 24/7 for students who prefer to move at their own pace. For more information visit our disability management webpage.