What's the difference between a Webinar and a Webcast?
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Because of a recent change in Delaware law, webinars/webcasts will qualify as formal (i.e., group or live) credit if:
- An outline is prepared in advance and the plan sponsor agrees to preserve a copy for five years or the outline is provided to the participant or both.
- The program is at least an hour (a fifty-minute period) in length.
- The program is conducted by a qualified instructor or discussion leader.
- A record of registration or attendance is maintained for five years or the participant is furnished with a statement of attendance, or both.
- There is an opportunity for live interaction between participants and the instructor and provided that a certificate is issued.
The Accounting Continuing Professional Education Network (ACPEN) CPE network is dedicated to bringing highly relevant, interactive, world-class CPE to every CPA in the most convenient and economical ways possible.
Since 1997, ACPEN programs have covered all of the most important subjects for accounting, tax and financial professionals. This year, you can join the thousands of CPAs across the country who have a reserved seat to one of the most fascinating ways to earn CPE credits available anywhere!
You may participate in ACPEN programs as:
- Live Group Broadcasts received at satellite downlinks or at facilities with broadband internet access
- Live Individual Webcasts received by you on your computer in real time
- Live Webcast Replays** received by you on your computer with real time faculty interaction
- Live or Recorded on DVD for use as group study for on-site training
You've taken group and self-study programs with Surgent McCoy for years. Now try their webinars. Surgent McCoy offers a variety of options:
- Unlimited Webinar Package
- 16-Credit Package
- 8-Credit Package
- Individual Webinar
- The Monthly Tax Reporter with Jack Surgent and Mike Tucker
CPA Crossings, LLC provides you with access to an extensive catalog of CPA Technology Best Practices webinars. These courses are delivered in a "live webinar" format that allows you to participate from the comfort of your office or home.
Under Delaware law, self-study programs that provide evidence of satisfactory completion will qualify for credit, with the amount of credit to be determined by the Board of Accountancy. Only programs that provide sufficient evidence that the work has actually been accomplished will be accepted. The maximum credit toward meeting Delaware's continuing professional education requirement with self-study programs cannot exceed 30% of the total requirement (i.e., 24 of the 80 hours).