Available Courses

  • SOA

    • PProbability

      An introduction to fundamental probability concepts. Explore discrete and continuous distributions, both the univariate and multivariate variety. Solve problems that span a wide range of scenarios, including insurance.

      Next SittingJul 19 - Jul 30 Register by Jun 18
    • FMFinancial Mathematics

      An introduction to financial mathematics concepts and their application in calculating present and accumulated values across various cash flow scenarios and financial instruments. This foundational knowledge is essential for future tasks such as reserving, valuation, pricing, and more in subsequent exams.

      Next SittingAug 7 - Aug 18 Register by Jul 9
    • FAMFundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics

      Dig deeper into advanced FM concepts relevant to actuarial work. This exam serves as an introduction to actuarial mathematics in modeling both short-term and long-term coverages. Topics include ratemaking, reserving, contingent payment models, and financial risks.

      Next SittingJul 10 - Jul 16 Register by Jun 11
    • FAM-LFundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics Long-Term

      Understand the complexities of long-term insurance, including how to manage risks related to longevity and mortality. Explore life insurance reserves, premium calculations, pension funding methods, and mortality modeling techniques. Practice with survival models, life tables, annuities, pensions, mortality risk, and more.

      Next SittingJul 10 - Jul 16 Register by Jun 11
    • FAM-SFundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics Short-Term

      Explore the dynamic landscape of short-term insurance, focusing on key actuarial methods essential for modeling. Additionally, gain an introduction to the principles of ratemaking and reserving for short-term coverages.

      Next SittingJul 10 - Jul 16 Register by Jun 11
    • SRMStatistics for Risk Modeling

      Equip yourself with the statistical tool and techniques essential for risk modeling. Explore regression analysis, time series, and unsupervised learning. Understand what distinguishes one technique from another, including their strengths and weaknesses.

      Next SittingSep 3 - Sep 9 Register by Aug 6
    • PAPredictive Analytics

      Apply predictive modeling techniques and data analytics tools to case studies. Learn how to make judgment calls that involve data preprocessing and model evaluation, among other considerations. Develop skillful communication on the subject matter.

      Next SittingOct 15 - Oct 18 Register by Sep 10
    • ALTAMAdvanced Long-Term Actuarial Mathematics

      Focus on advanced actuarial models for long-term insurance products, such as life insurance, annuities, and pensions. Explore modeling techniques for analyzing insurance liabilities, projecting future cash flows, and assessing the financial health of insurance companies.

      Next SittingOct 22 - Oct 22 Register by Sep 23
    • ASTAMAdvanced Short-Term Actuarial Mathematics

      Cover models and techniques specific to short-term insurance products, such as property and casualty insurance. Learn about risk assessment, ratemaking, and reserving across various insurance lines like auto and homeowners. Delve into model selection, advanced credibility procedures, and the application of severity and aggregate models.

      Next SittingOct 23 - Oct 23 Register by Sep 23
  • CAS

    • MAS-IModern Actuarial Statistics I

      Delve into the core of actuarial probability theories, covering both discrete and continuous probability distributions, multivariate models, and stochastic processes. Focus on practical applications in insurance, including risk modeling and decision-making under uncertainty. Enhance analytical skills essential in risk assessment and predictive modeling.

      Next SittingOct 30 - Nov 6
    • MAS-IIModern Actuarial Statistics II

      Build on your learning in MAS-I and dig deeper into advanced statistical techniques. Explore credibility theory, linear mixed models, advanced statistical learning, and time series modeling. Learn to apply these techniques to model dependence structures, estimate risk parameters, and perform predictive analytics in insurance and finance.

      Next SittingOct 30 - Nov 6
    • 5Basic Techniques for Ratemaking and Estimating Claim Liabilities

      Understand ratemaking and reserving techniques essential for property and casualty insurance. Master methods for estimating claim liabilities and setting insurance rates based on data analysis and actuarial principles. Learn to handle real-world insurance scenarios effectively, emphasizing analytical and decision-making skills within the actuarial field.

      Next SittingOct 23 - Oct 30
    • 6URegulation and Financial Reporting (US)

      We currently plan to release our Exam 6U course in 2025.

  • VEE

    • VEEValidation by Educational Experience

      Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) is a three-part requirement to obtain your ASA designation from the SOA. VEE credit is obtained through SOA-approved college courses or by SOA-approved online VEE courses like Coaching Actuaries. Available credits are: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Accounting, Finance, and Mathematical Statistics.