UPCOMING LEARNING OPTIONS
The ability for an organization to operate without cyber-tools no longer exists. The growth in dependance on connective technology continues to become more significant as telecommuting expands, and the fourth industrial revolution unfolds. The most publicized instances of theft and fraud all now relate to cyber-incursions. Those involved in creating measures to secure a company’s cyber-footprint would benefit by taking this session.
One of the most talked about new technologies that has the potential to significantly disrupt the accounting industry is Blockchain. This course is designed to bring you up-to-speed on what this revolutionary technology is all about. This will prepare you to participate in conversations about Blockchain with your colleagues, peers, and others.
Did you know Excel® has 400 to 500 functions depending on your version? Did you know there are 12 different function categories? Did you know you could create your own functions? After you attend this class, you will be in the know! In this webinar, we will focus on proofing and auditing your spreadsheets. You will learn how to build spreadsheets that validate the accuracy of your calculations and techniques to use the Data Validation feature to validate data entry. You will also learn techniques to crossfoot your data to ensure accuracy as well as how to use the various Excel Auditing Tools.
We’re stronger together.
As a part of NCACPA’s continued commitment to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) throughout its membership, leadership, staff, and business relationships, we are excited to announce the new DEI website, which includes DEI-related resources in the areas of learning, community, and leadership!
What Our Members Are Saying
The NCACPA has broadened my network, both in and out of North Carolina, to help me gain long-lasting relationships and friendships. I wouldn’t hesitate to continue my membership—even if I wasn’t in the state of North Carolina.
James Robinson, CPA
My favorite part of NCACPA membership has to be the community that comes with it. Not only do they offer extremely valuable in-person conferences, but I also have many opportunities to attend socials across the state and network in fun environments outside of an office.
Janey K. Kuyath, CPA
Being a member of the NCAPA has been essential to my growth as a CPA. It has allowed me to gain knowledge from colleagues, build strong professional relationships, and provided me with opportunities to give back to the community and the profession through their many initiatives.
Jeremy Jacobs, CPA