The CU Shared Practices Program is a recognition program designed to spur the creative processes of CU employees, with a best practices emphasis, and is inspired by the CU President’s Task Force on Efficiency.
By calling on internal resources, the CU CPE for CPAs program is able to provide Continuing Professional Education (CPE) in an effective, efficient, yet high-quality manner.
For license renewals, the changes are as follows:
CPA license holders who renew on May 31st will receive a license that is valid until November 30, 2013.
The CPE reporting periods will not change.]]>
My degree really does give me the best of both worlds in my current position as the CPE Program Manager at CU; it builds on my experience in finance and accounting as a CPA, while enabling me to apply what I have learned to ensure a quality training program.
My favorite experience in the Training and Development program was the development of a capstone portfolio. As I developed the portfolio, I realized I was able to apply skills I acquired in the program to my current role as the CPE Program Manager, specifically in the Ethics field of study.
As the CPE Program at CU continues to grow, I will make a commitment to all of you to not only continue to hone my skills and knowledge as a CPA, but, as an adult educator as well.]]>
I am in the process of doing this myself – here are the steps to follow!
The Continuing Professional Education Requirements for the State of Colorado are as follows:
Biennial from 1/1 of even years to 12/31 of odd years
Based on the NASBA designated fields of study
4 Hours of CPE must be in Ethics, of which up to 2 may be in Colorado Rules & Regulations
Personal Development is limited to a maximum of 16 hours . (Personal Development is a NASBA designated field of study).
100% of the participants strongly agree or agreed that the instructors were effective and the learning objectives were met, and 90% of the participants strongly agreed or agreed that the program materials were accurate and relevant.