The Academy of Business Training, sponsor number CPE.00469, provides Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits to meet the continuing education requirement for Certified Public Accountants. We comply with the Standards for Continuing Professional Education Programs administrated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
Learning objectives: Learning objectives are listed on each course page.
Recommended CPE credit and recommended field of study: CPE credit and recommended field of study are listed on each course page.
Prerequisites: Student should be a working professional with knowledge of GAAP.
Program level: Program level is listed on each course page..
Advance preparation: Advance preparation requirements are listed on each course page.
Program description: Program description is listed on each individual course page.
Course registration and, where applicable, attendance requirements: Course registration information is listed on each course page. Students must attend all training sessions for the delivery method they have chosen. For self-study, all assignments must be completed.
Refund and cancellation policy: If you need to cancel, you may do so for any reason up to 48 hours before the start of class for a refund (minus any accumulated fees) or credit toward another class. After 48 hours prior to class start, you may cancel by contacting your instructor (contact information will be in the email you receive) within two hours before the start of class for full credit toward another class. No refunds or credits will be issued if you fail to contact the instructor prior to class start. If you have any questions, at any time, please contact us.
Complaint resolution policy: Complaints should be emailed to the executive director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final authority on acceptance: Your State Board of Accountancy will have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. We recommend consulting your state board to see if the course is acceptable to them.
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Accounts Payable Training
16 CPE Credits  In the two-day Accounts Payable Training Course, students will learn industry best practices for collecting, filing, and processing invoices and making payments to vendors, customers, and other third-party companies, and how to make sure their department's payment accounts are reconciled, and bookkeeping entries are complete and accurate.
Accounts Receivable Training
16 CPE Credits  In the two-day Accounts Receivable Training Course, working professionals will learn industry best practices for ensuring the organization receives payment for services offered or goods sold to clients. This typically involves sending invoices and statements to clients, posting the financial transaction to an accounting system and making bank deposits.
40 CPE Credits
In the five day Cost Accounting Training Course, students will learn the accounting process used for the recording, classifying, analyzing, summarizing, allocating, and evaluating all key costs, including inventory valuation, job costing, production process costing, standard costing, and fixed costs such overhead and depreciation of capital equipment, to enable management to consider various alternative courses of action and control of costs based on cost efficiency and company capability.
16 CPE Credits This two-day class introduces the accounting principles global companies use to govern the creation of financial statements. Because of the size of the US market and the number of global companies that operate within US jurisdiction, an overview of US accounting principles and how they differ from international accounting standards is also provided. Next the class discusses financial reporting statements, as well as the opinions independent auditors render about the statements and how auditors reach those opinions. A brief discussion of accounting for derivatives, hedges, and FX is provided due to its impact on what treasury professionals do. The class concludes with a brief discussion of accounting for governmental units and not-for-profit organizations.
16 CPE Credits In this two day Financial Risk Management course, students will learn industry best practices for preserving the economic value of a firm by using financial instruments to identify and analyze areas of potential risk threatening the assets, earning capacity, or success of a business. Similar to general risk management, financial risk management requires identifying its sources, measuring it, and creating a plan to address it.
Introduction to Treasury Management
24 CPE Credits In this three day Introduction to Treasury Management class students will learn the role of treasury in the management of a company’s assets, the regulatory and legal environment, the functions and services of banks and financial service institutions, payment systems, money markets, capital markets, and vendor management and selection.
16 CPE Credits  In the QuickBooks® Training Class, students will learn all the skills needed to use the software properly to manage transactions and finances for your business. QuickBooks is an accounting software program created by Intuit for small businesses and self-employed professionals. This class will instruct you on how to keep track of your company's transactions and finances – all from a single, intuitive, and easy-to-use software program.
Working Capital Management Training
24 CPE Credits In this three day Working Capital Management Training Course, students will learn best practices to manage their firm’s working capital (cash available for day-to-day operations) to improve the firm's liquidity position, financial health, and reduce risk to allow management to take advantage of unexpected opportunities, and to qualify for bank loans and favorable trade credit terms.
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