by John Darer® CLU ChFC CSSC MSSC RSP CLTC
What is a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant?
Certified Structured Settlement Consultant, also known by the acronym CSSC, is a professional designation or credential that is earned as the result of successful completion of a professional credentialing program established by the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame. The CSSC training program is hosted annually at the Stayer Education Center, at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend Indiana. NSSTA has been awarding the CSSC to NSSTA members who qualify since 1994.
What Does It Take To Be A Certified Structured Settlement Consultant?
A Certified Structured Settlement Consultant should possess the fundamental body of knowledge required for success in the structured settlement profession having completed more than 60+ hours of study, having met an experience requirement and having successfully passed a comprehensive examination.
Advanced Structured Settlement Consultant Credentials Available
An advanced professional designation called the Master Structured Settlement Consultant (MSSC) was established in 2014.
I have been a Certified Structured Settlement Consultant for over 20 years and was one of the first 25 members of the structured settlement industry in the inaugural Master Structured Settlement Class who earned the MSSC designation.
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