We’re pleased to note that CPE Program Manager & Finance Learning Specialist Lisa Vallad presented a best practices session at the national Online Learning Conference last month. In discussing, “Subject Matter Experts: Not Your Frenemy,” Lisa outlined a way to connect the dots between instructional design, compliance, and content expertise.
Our CPE Program Manager Lisa Vallad recently returned from the NASBA Summit, a National Association of State Boards of Accountancy event. The OUC’s participation in this annual conference is critical to ensuring the ongoing success and compliance of our Continuing Professional Education for Certified Public Accountants (CPE for CPAs) Program.
On Wed, April 23, the OUC was pleased to host an Appreciation Event for instructors in our Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Program.
The program provides free CPE credit to the University’s certified public accountants (CPAs), as well as to those with certain other certifications (fraud examiner, etc.). It also offers no-cost professional development and training to employees who are not CPAs.
Three days of April CPE wrap up the final quarter for the OUC’s Continuing Professional Education (CPE) program in FY 2014.
Classes on April 10 were filled to capacity … and filled with lively discussion between instructors and participants. The day’s offerings included courses on Cognos m-Fin reports, budgeting basics, and PowerPoint/Word.
This quarter, our Continuing Professional Education (CPE) offerings are proving more popular than ever. All 14 courses are filling rapidly.
And little wonder: These courses are designed to help you deepen your knowledge of the Cognos Reporting System, get organized for fiscal year-end, understand the intricacies of accruals, expand your proficiency in PowerPoint and Word ... and more.
The Cognos Reporting System is a fast-moving financial reporting tool. How do you keep up with OUC staff members Carl Sorenson and Sarju Khadka ... and their continuous Cognos improvements (enhancements to existing reports and development of new reports)?