Online Self-Study Course*
Sponsored by LearnLive Technologies
A new interactive, online self-study course is now available for CPAs. Now you can benefit from obtaining the risk control training you need on your time — 24/7.
By successfully completing the course, you can earn up to 7.5% premium credit for three consecutive years on your AICPA Professional Liability Insurance policy.
*Technical assistance for the online self-study course, Accountants Liability: No good deed goes unpunished , is available from the course sponsor, LearnLive Technologies, through their Customer Support Line at (206) 812-4700, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
|Q:||What is the cost of the course?|
|A:||The cost is $100 per person; however, there is a 15% group discount available if you pay for five or more participants at the same time.|
|Q:||How many CPE credit hours is the course worth?|
|A:||The course is worth three CPE credit hours. State boards have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses.|
|Q:||How long will the course take to complete?|
|A:||On average, the course should take approximately three hours to complete. However, the actual time needed to complete the course may differ for each individual CPA.|
|Q:||Does the course have to be completed all at once?|
|Q:||Are there any exams required to pass the course?|
|A:||Yes, a final exam must be taken and passed in order to receive CPE and premium credit.|
|Q:||What happens if the final exam isn’t passed on the first try?|
|A:||You are able to take the exam up to three times. After a third unsuccessful attempt, you should contact LearnLive directly. You may then have to wait several weeks before retaking the course.|
|Q:||Who should I contact for technical support?|
|A:||You should contact LearnLive directly through their customer support line at (206) 812-4700, or via e-mail at email@example.com.|
|Q:||Is there a cancellation policy for the course?|
LearnLive Technologies will provide a full refund to any professional who has purchased but has not completed a self-study program, so long as the professional has not been enrolled* in the program for more than one year.
*Enrollment date and purchase date are equivalent.
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|Continental Casualty Co., one of the CNA Insurance Companies, is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.|
Continental Casualty Co., one of the CNA Insurance Companies, is registered with NASBA under National Registry Sponsor Number 103378. The Company is also a registered sponsor in the states of New York (sponsor ID #001117) and Texas (sponsor ID #009300).
In accordance with the standards of the NASBA National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits are granted based on a 50-minute hour. Individual state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance and categorization of programs for CPE credit. It is your responsibility to report on continuing professional education to the state board of accountancy in those states where you are licensed to practice. Information on the jurisdictions that accept the National Registry of CPE Sponsor is available at www.nasba.org.