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.
CPE Course Topics Offered
• Accounting for Leases and Accounting for Income Taxes
• Revenue Recognition
• Accounting for Financial Instruments and Hedge Accounting
• Accounting for Business Combinations and Noncontrolling Interests
• Accounting for Share-Based Payments
• Accounting for Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities
• Fair Value Measurements
• Statement of Cash Flows and Analyzing Corporate Performance
• FASB Accounting Course
• IFRS vs. U.S. GAAP
• Impairment of Nonfinancial Assets
• SEC Reporting & Compliance and MD&A Disclosures
• GASB Statement No. 54
• Insurance Contracts IASB/FASB Joint Project
• NY State Ethics Foundation Training
For an overview of some of the many topics offered for CPE credit, visit our CPE Topic Overview page for more information, or visit KPMG Learning’s new CPE training website to register for a course or to browse our entire CPE Course Catalog.
CPE Delivery Methods
CPE Training Levels
KPMG Learning CPE Credit courses are designed to meet varying levels of proficiency:
Overview - Learning activity level that provides a general review of a subject area from a broad perspective. These programs may be appropriate for professionals at all organizational levels.
Basic - Most beneficial to professionals new to a skill or an attribute. These individuals are often at the staff or entry level in organizations, although a seasoned professional with limited exposure to the area may also benefit from such programs.
Intermediate - Builds on a basic program, most appropriate for professionals with detailed knowledge in an area. Such persons are often at a mid-level within the organization, with operational and/or supervisory responsibilities.
Advanced - Most useful for individuals with mastery of the particular topic. This level focuses on the development of in-depth knowledge, a variety of skills or a broader range of applications. Advanced level programs are often appropriate for seasoned professionals within organizations; however, they may also be beneficial for other professionals with specialized knowledge in a subject area.
Update - Provides a general review of new developments. This level is for participants with a background in the subject area who desire to keep current.
Personal CPE Profile
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is required for certain business professionals to maintain their professional knowledge and skills and provide quality services. KPMG Learning tracks all training you complete through this website and makes it easy for you to report your KPMG training history to relevant regulators and State Boards of Accountancy.