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CPE Approval - UACPA Chapter and Committee Approval
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For UACPA Chapter and Committee Leadership use only, for periodic chapter and committee events lasting one hour or more.


Individual CPE Course Approval Request For Group Study (Live Seminar)
Group Study is defined as a seminar provided by a third party vendor

Event Information for Newsletters and Social Media

You are not required to offer CPE credit for your event. However, many members rely on UACPA committee and chapter events to obtain CPE hours. If you choose not to offer CPE credit, your event will be advertised as Not Approved for CPE."

If you choose to submit your event information after it has taken place, the event will be advertised as "Approval Pending" and it is your responsibility to follow up as necessary. If you submit your event information at this time and the application is approved prior to your event, it will be advertised as "Approved for ____ hours."

(In determining the number of CPE hours to request, consider only actual productive class or student involvement. 50 minutes is equal to one hour CPE credit. Half hour credits are granted after the first hour of credit is gained.)

Has the material been reviewed by qualified persons other than the developer to ensure that the program is technically accurate and current and addresses the stated learning objective or is the lecture a one time event for which you are relying on the professional competence of the instructor?

Note: Standard No. 5 of the Utah State Accountancy Act Rules governing CPE states: CPE program sponsors of group and self-study programs must ensure learning activities are reviewed by qualified persons other than those who developed them to ensure that the program is technically accurate and current and addresses the stated learning objectives. These reviews must occur before the first presentation of these materials and again after each significant revision of the CPE programs. (i) individuals or teams qualified in the subject matter must review programs. When it is impractical to review certain programs in advance, such as lectures given only once, greater reliance should be placed on the recognized professional competence of the instructors or presenters. Using independent reviewing organizations familiar with these standards may enhance quality assurance.

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