Tag Archives: CPE Standards

IN Pilots Competency-Based CPE

State Board Report September 2014 The Indiana Board of Accountancy has approved a competency-based learning pilot program that will permit CPAs currently licensed in Indiana to take up to two on-line course modules from the Indiana CPA Society’s “CPA Center of Excellence” and receive a waiver for 16 hours of CPE credit. These are competency-based…

CPE Standards Under Study

State Board Report July 2014 The CPE Standards Working Group and the Continuing Professional Education Model Rule Task Force are both currently considering innovations in the delivery methods of CPE, blended delivery methods and nano-learning, NASBA Director of Compliance Services Maria Caldwell and National CPE Sponsor Registry Associate Director Jessica Luttrull reported to the Regional…

CPE Standards Under Review

State Board Report March 2014 2014 is a year of review and evaluation of the Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education. The 13-member CPE Standards Working Group, comprised of representatives from the State Boards, the NASBA Board of Directors and representatives of CPE stakeholders, is studying the Standards, last revised in 2012, to make…

Revised Applications Now Available for National Registry Sponsors

May 1, 2012 In January 2012, the Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs (Standards) was revised. The revised Standards are effective July 1, 2012, with the exception of self study programs already in existence as of December 31, 2011, whose effective date is March 2014. Approvals for applications submitted on the new…

Revised CPE Standards Approved

State Board Report February 2012 Standards for continuing professional education program sponsors that cover new formats of program delivery, as well as contemplated offerings, were unanimously approved by the NASBA Board of Directors at their meeting on January 20, 2012. The AICPA Board had approved the joint standards at their previous meeting. NASBA CPE Committee…

CPE Provider Standards Revisions Finalized

NASBA and AICPA Announce Final Approval of Revisions to CPE Provider Standards NASHVILLE, TN and NEW YORK, NY (January 24, 2012) – The Boards of Directors for both the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) today announced final approval of the proposed revisions to…

CPE Comments Due December 1

State Board Report November 2011 Comments on the revised “Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education Programs” (Uniform Accountancy Act Appendix B) should be sent to jluttrull@nasba.org by December 1, stated CPE Advisory Committee Chair Ted Lodden (IA) at the Annual Meeting. The exposure draft, originally released on August 15, 2011, can be found here.…

CPE Standards Out for Comment

State Board Report August 2011 Following more than a year of careful consideration and input from continuing professional education (CPE) sponsors, State Boards, state societies, NASBA and AICPA staff, and other interested parties, recommended revisions to the CPE Standards by the AICPA/NASBA CPE Standards Committee which were presented by CPE Advisory Committee Chair Telford Lodden…

NASBA, AICPA look to revise accountant CPE standards

Publication: Nashville PostAuthor: Geert De LombaerdePublished: August 15, 2011The Nashville-based National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants are taking public comments until mid-October on a number of proposed revisions to the continuing education requirements for CPAs. > See Full Article  

NASBA, AICPA Propose Changes in CPE Standards

New York (August 15, 2011)By Michael Cohn, Accounting Today The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the American Institute of CPAs have proposed revising the standards for continuing professional education to provide greater flexibility for online learning and self-study. The proposed revisions would be the first update to the CPE standards since 2002.…