Surgent’s What Upskilling and Reskilling Mean for the Accounting Professional On-Demand Webcast (SU1967/23)
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May 1, 2023 @ 1:00 am - April 30, 2024 @ 1:00 am
As firms and companies seek to retain and attract top talent and emerging accounting technologies continue to impact the work of accounting and finance professionals, employees and employers alike need to understand what skill training is available to them and why they might consider reskilling or upskilling opportunities. Being able to match employees’ skills to the needs of the profession can ensure success and prepare your firm and company for the ever-changing technology environment.Please Note: A passing grade of 100% is required on the final exam to earn credit for this course. CPE credit can be earned for up to one year from purchase date.
CPAs who are considering expanding their existing skills or obtaining new skills, and decision makers looking to increase employee incentives with skill building
Identify the differences between reskilling and upskilling Understand why upskilling and reskilling may be necessary at your company and explain what current companies are doing for their personnel Identify if upskilling or reskilling would benefit you or your employees
Basic understanding of upskilling and reskilling Current economic and market trends leading to upskilling and reskilling Applicable upskilling and reskilling courses and topics for accounting professionals Organizational benefits of encouraging and promoting reskilling and upskilling Examples of companies expanding upskilling and reskilling opportunities for their employees Ways to identify when or if upskilling or reskilling is right for you