CPE Credit

The Women's Forum offers 4 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours.

NASBA's CPE calculation
50 minute session = 1 CPE
75 minutes session = 1.50 CPEs

For more information about speakers and session descriptions, please refer to the program and schedule.

Prerequisites/Learning Objectives

Program Level: Intermediate

Prerequisite: This program is suitable for participants who are at least mid-level within an organization; have knowledge, skills and ability commensurate with that level; and have operational and/or supervisory responsibilities.

Advance Preparation: None required

Delivery Method: Group Live

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the Summit, participants will be able to:

  • Learn how to overcome challenges and barriers to advance their own professional careers.
  • Leverage tools and best practices to support the advancement of women in the workplace.

AGA adheres to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) standards for CPE programs, which require an attendance verification process for all training events. 

During the course of this virtual training event, you will be required to click on a series of pop-up boxes that will appear at random times during each session. When these boxes pop up, you will have a brief period to click on the “Continue Viewing” button. If you fail to click on these pop-ups, you will be ineligible to claim CPE credits for that session.

Announcing the pop-up alertness checks to fellow attendees in the chat box during a session is against NASBA policy. Doing so may cause you to be ineligible to earn the CPE credit.

Please note:  CPE certificates are available only to attendees who have paid the training event balance in full.

CGFM CPE Requirements and NASBA Certification


CPE hours earned during this event can be used to fulfill CGFM CPE requirements. To learn more about the CGFM certification, contact AGA's Office of Professional Certification.

NASBA Registry

AGA 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.nasbaregistry.orgNational Registry of CPE Sponsor ID: 104201

CPE Fields of Study

To help you decide which presentations to attend, each session on the agenda will be marked to indicate the target audience — Federal; State & Local; or All — and the CPE Field of Study (FOS). CPE FOS are as follows:

  • Accounting: ACC
  • Accounting (Governmental): ACCG
  • Auditing: AUD
  • Auditing (Governmental): AUDG
  • Behavioral Ethics: BETH
  • Business Law: BLAW
  • Business Management & Organization: BMO
  • Communications and Marketing: COMS
  • Computer Software & Applications: CS
  • Economics: ECO
  • Finance: FIN
  • Information Technology: IT
  • Management Services: MGMT
  • Personal Development: PD
  • Personnel/Human Resources: HR
  • Production: PRD
  • Regulatory Ethics: REGETH
  • Specialized Knowledge: SK 
  • Statistics: STAT
  • Taxes: TAX

CPE for Speaker’s Preparation Time:

Speakers, instructors and discussion leaders may be eligible for CPE credit for their preparation and presentation time to the extent the activities maintain or improve their professional competence, and meet the requirements of applicable CPE standards/policies.  Speakers are responsible for tracking/documenting their own preparation time. AGA is not able to add preparation time to the speaker’s CPE certificate.

In accordance with NASBA standards, speakers who present a learning activity for the first time may receive CPE credit for actual preparation time, up to two times the number of CPE credits to which participants would be entitled, in addition to the time for presentation, subject to regulations and maximums established by the boards of accountancy. CGFM CPE policies have a similar provision for speakers, as long as the CPEs are applicable towards CGFM and are within the 40-hour maximum number of CPE hours granted to an individual as a speaker or course developer for any two-year period. For more information/guidance, please refer to CGFM CPE policiesNASBA standards or another applicable entity.

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