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CU CPE Marching Along

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 (Governmental), Economics, and Behavioral Ethics. All attendees have received their certificates of completion and links to access their course materials online. With class sizes of up to 34 participants, and with 4 courses providing up to a total of 15 credits, a quick cost/benefit analysis indicates that the amount of CPE credits just completed would conservatively be worth $18,675. (Average CPE cost per credit hour in the Denver area is estimated at $45.) Most participants (95%) strongly agreed/agreed that the courses were relevant and the instructors effective. Many individuals provided suggestions on additional course topics they hope we will cover in future quarters. Stay up to date on the CU CPE website. We’re planning future offerings now – and we love to hear from you.

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