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Professional education is on a decade-long course of change

February 4, 2015
Dana Greenstein

CPE courses are a vital step in keeping abreast of changes in the accounting profession, but as much as they remain essential, most professionals are beginning to feel the need of a shift from the way they are currently regulated and structured to a more flexible, lifestyle-oriented method of learning to fuel the passion of continued learning in the profession.

Ken Koskay is quoted in this article in the Accounting Today as he discusses the importance of customizing professional courses to meet the specific needs of clients.


Dana Greenstein
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Email: dana.greenstein@thomsonreuters.com

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