KPMG Learning

KPMG Learning

KPMG Learning provides direct access to a variety of training and executive education programs for CPE credit covering emerging topics.

KPMG Learning provides access to a variety of training and executive education programs.

KPMG Learning provides direct access to a variety of training and executive education programs for CPE credit covering emerging topics such as changing technical accounting standards for revenue recognition, fair value, leases, and more.  Our training programs help organizations and their professionals develop the knowledge and skills that put them in a position to understand, adapt, and even benefit from the change.  Now and in the future.

During the development of each KPMG Learning CPE course, our training specialists regularly consult with KPMG’s thought leaders and key stakeholders on a broad array of crucial accounting and finance topics across many industries to help ensure the content accuracy and currency of CPE course offerings. Many of these thought leaders have worked directly with standards setters and regulators (e.g., FAB, GASB, SEC, IASB, AICPA, and PCAOB) as they develop new standards, rules, and regulations for the accounting profession.

KPMG Learning CPE offerings are available through classroom settings, online sessions, and web-based self studies. Each CPE Credit course is designed to help you and key members of your organization address skill gaps in specific topics and remain current with continuing professional education (CPE) requirements.

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CPE Topic Overviews

KPMG Learning course topics

 
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Accreditation for Accounting and Finance Professionals

The majority of KPMG Learning courses fully qualify for CPE credit and meet all standards of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

 
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Human Capital Learning Survey 2012

Companies’ finance and accounting functions are facing significant challenges developing the workforce capabilities needed to compete more effectively, according to the KPMG 2012 Human Capital and Learning Survey.

 
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