We launched our 2012 CU CPE for CPAs Program with two days (and 14 credits) of courses in September. The classes filled quickly and the participants gave them high marks … again. Over 97 % of attendees agreed instructors were effective and 99% felt that the learning objectives were met.
Participants praised the courses as “Very informative. Robert is an expert in this area.” Or, “Very engaging. Kept everyone involved and did great answering questions as they come up.” Several noted that the topics were an “important area!”
Our next day of continuing professional education (CPE)
for CPAs and other employees is scheduled for Mon, June 4.
This is your chance to earn up to 7 credits of no-cost,
highly relevant CPE. With the average cost per credit hour
in the Denver area conservatively estimated at $45, our
June session is worth $315 to each CPA participant. Just
as important: class participants throughout the year have
routinely rated our CPE offerings as highly relevant and
our instructors as highly effective.
All sessions are presented in the CU System Building at
1800 Grant Street in downtown Denver:
Do you feel you could benefit from an effective writing course? Would you like tips on stylistic devices, format, etiquette, and/or grammar?
Good news, then: We’re developing a “Topics in Effective Writing” course for future CPE offerings. As always, our focus is on relevant material for our CU CPA and other audience members. Email Normandy.Roden@cu.edu and tell her your specific writing-related interests.
Our March 2012 Continuing Professional Education classes quickly filled to capacity – and all were well received by participants.
We launched the first quarter of calendar year 2012 with 2 days of new and repeated-on-request course offerings, including Understanding Internal Controls, Understanding
and Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows, Banking and Payments, and The Ethics of Whistle-Blowing. Credits were available in Auditing, (Governmental), Accounting