The state of Alabama recently mandated that practitioners complete two hours of ethics continuing professional education. Throughout the years, the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) has provided ethics trainings, both live and online. With Alabama’s new ruling, the CPT set out to develop a course to support the Alabama Society of CPAs (ASCPA) and its practitioners.
The CPT developed an online ethics course for the ASCPA, which is delivered through a CPT learning management system (LMS). The ASCPA launched the course along with other offerings to their practitioners in May. By partnering with the CPT and leveraging its LMS, the ASCPA has an efficient and effective means of collecting course fees, administering the content, and monitoring course completions through reporting functionality.
“The Alabama Society of CPAs is pleased to partner with NASBA CPT in offering our members a premier ethics course,” says Jeannine Birmingham, President and CEO of ASCPA. “The two-hour learning opportunity is filled with important information delivered in a fun, fast-paced, online platform.”
If you would like to discuss opportunities to develop and implement an online ethics course, contact Sedrik Newbern at firstname.lastname@example.org.