Earn Accounting CPE Credit With the Nano Learning Library

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These learning modules provide short, 10-minute bursts that suit the needs of busy accounting and finance professionals. This flexible format allows you to get up to speed quickly, making it perfect for on-the-go training that fits into your busy schedule. Featuring over 100 courses, this library is sure to contain topics to suit your needs.

Note: Not all jurisdictions accept nano learning for CPE. Please confirm acceptance with your State Board of Accountancy before purchasing, if you intend to claim CPE.

Nano Learning Library includes the following:

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Accounting Policy Disclosures: Topic 235-10

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of accounting policy disclosures.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize what to include in the accounting policy disclosure.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Accounting for Discontinued Operations

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the new criteria and disclosures for Discontinued Operation presentation in the financial statements in accordance with ASU 2014-18.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the new criteria necessary for Discontinued Operations treatment in the financial statements as well as disclosures.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Accounting for Identifiable Intangible Assets in a Business Combination (PCC)

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide guidance on accounting alternatives available to private entities in regards identifying intangible assets in business combination.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize detail on the accounting alternative available to private entities when accounting for identifiable intangible assets in a business combination.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Acquisition Planning and Accounting Best Practices

Financial Accounting Best Practices

This course provides an overview of the key steps involved in acquisition planning and accounting best practices and includes a discussion of the processes involved in the due diligence, deal execution, and integration stages of an acquisition.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify best practices with respect to acquisition planning.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Amanda D. Shepherd, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Activity Based Costing: What is it?

Cost Data Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of Activity Based Costing (ABC).

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of Activity Based Costing (ABC).
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Advertising Costs

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to present the reporting requirements of advertising expenses.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature and treatment of advertising expenses.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Asset Retirement Obligations: ASC 410-20

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the characteristics and presentation of asset retirement obligations.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature and treatment of asset retirement obligations.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Avoiding Persuasive Missteps

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to help you to avoid making persuasive missteps by first identifying common persuasive missteps and then employing alternatives to rhetorical fallacies.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify numerous persuasive missteps.
  • Employ alternatives to rhetorical fallacies.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Balanced Scorecard: What is it?

Cost Data Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of a balanced scorecard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of a balanced scorecard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Basic Cost and Schedule Control Calculations

Cost Data Analysis

Financial and reputation risk for general financial operations in business is mounting across the globe. As an accounting and finance professional, it is your responsibility to protect assets. Performing this task will require that you are able to assess risks and measure costs that are necessary to be aware of when planning and maintaining projects. In this course, you will learn about the different cost and schedule assessment calculations used in projects.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the meaning of planned value (PV), earned value (EV), and actual cost (AC).
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Robin M. Abernathy
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Management Services
0.2

Blockchain - Key Concepts

Miscellaneous

In this course, we look at Blockchain, one of the most frequent business buzzwords that accounting and financial professionals are asking about. The course reviews the key concepts of Blockchain as well as the common Blockchain terms. Finally, we provide an example of a credit card transaction to show how Blockchain works.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the key concepts involved with Blockchain.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Joshua Hester
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Information Technology
0.2

Breakeven Analysis: What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of breakeven analysis.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics and applications of breakeven analysis.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM): What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of the Capital Asset Pricing Model.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of the Capital Asset Pricing Model.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Cash Flow Based Ratios: What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to describe and identify cash flow based ratios.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify cash flow based ratios.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Categories of Risk: What are They?

Risk Management

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the categories of risk.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the categories of risk.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Checking Your Email for Quality

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to assist you with creating high quality emails by identifying standard rules of writing.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine how to use a checklist to craft a quality email.
  • Identify standard rules of writing.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Contribution Margin Income Statement: What is it?

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of a contribution margin income statement.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics and applications of a contribution margin income statement compared with a traditional income statement.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis (Breakeven Analysis): What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics and applications of cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Crafting a Focused Email

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to craft an email that is purposeful and helps to keep the reader focused.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Connect the opening and the closing.
  • Determine how to balance the writer's purpose with the audience's concerns.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Creating Passwords

Data Integrity and Security

Password management is one of the most crucial decisions that individuals and organizations are grappling with today. Since security has taken the forefront as a major concern for company data safety and company reputation, a debate on how to create a viable password management system rages on. In this course, you will learn about the different methods to create a password.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to create a good password.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: George Monsalvatge
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Information Technology
0.2

Cutting to the Chase with Email

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to craft a well structured email and how to break structure for maximum impact.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine how to create a structured email.
  • Recognize how to break structure for maximum impact.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Disclosure of Uncertainties About an Entity’s Ability to Continue as a Going Concern

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify specific GAAP guidance on consideration of, and disclosures for, going concern uncertainties.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify considerations to be made in assessing an entity's going concern and the related disclosures.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

EBITDA: What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to describe and calculate EBITDA.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify EBITDA.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Emailing with the Right Tone

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to help you identify major tone problems that are commonly identified in email and suggestions on how to write with a respectful tone.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify major tone problems.
  • Recognize how to write with a respectful tone.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 1: ASC 275 - Risks and Uncertainties

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 275 Risks and Uncertainties.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 275 Risks and Uncertainties.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 2: ASC 360 – Property, Plant, and Equipment

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 360- Property, Plant and Equipment.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 360- Property, Plant and Equipment.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 3: ASC 450 – Contingencies

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 450Contingencies.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 450 Contingencies.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 4: ASC 470 – Liabilities

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 470 Liabilities.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 470 Liabilities.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 5: ASC 740 – Income Taxes

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 740 Income Taxes.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 740 Income Taxes.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 6: ASC 820 – Fair Value

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 820 Fair Value.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 820 Fair Value.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Financial Statement Disclosures - 7: ASC 850 – Related Parties

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 850 Related Parties.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the financial statement disclosures required in ASC 850 Related Parties.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Focusing on Time Management Principles

Time Management

This nano-learning course is designed to help you identify time management breakdowns and provides tools to assist you with improving your time management skills.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify time management breakdowns.
  • Identify bad habits contributing to time erosion.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Focusing on the Reader's Viewpoint with Email

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to assist you with writing an effective email that contains the appropriate balance of content and context.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine level of content in an email.
  • Employ quality interpretive language.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Fraud Risk - 5: What are the Auditor's fraud Risk Responsibilities?

Fraud Risk

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the auditor's fraud risk responsibilities in a financial statement audit.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the auditor's fraud risk responsibilities in a financial statement audit.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Auditing
0.2

Fraud Risk- 1: Identify Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify fraud in a financial statement audit.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify fraud in a financial statement audit.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Auditing
0.2

Fraud Risk- 2: Identify and Describe Fraud Risk Factors

Fraud Risk

This nano-learning module is designed to identify fraud risk factors associated with a financial reporting entity.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe fraud risk factors associated with a financial reporting entity.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Auditing
0.2

Fraud Risk- 3: Soft and Hard Indicators of Fraud

Fraud Risk

This nano-learning module is designed to describe both soft and hard indicators of fraud.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify both soft and hard indicators of fraud.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Auditing
0.2

Fraud Risk- 4: How Vulnerable is Your Organization to External Fraud?

Fraud Risk

This nano-learning module is designed to identify key questions organizations should ask to determine how vulnerable they may be to external fraud.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify key questions organizations should ask to determine how vulnerable they may be to external fraud.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Auditing
0.2

Improper Revenue Recognition - 2: Fraudulent Financial Reporting (COSO)

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify management practices that existed in U.S. public companies where financial statement fraud took place.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify management practices that existed in U.S. public companies where financial statement fraud took place based on the COSO Report – Fraudulent Financial Reporting 1998-2007- An Analysis of U.S. Public Companies.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Improper Revenue Recognition - 3: Indicators of Improper Revenue Recognition

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify frequently observed indicators of improper revenue recognition.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify indicators of improper revenue recognition frequently observed in revenue recognition frauds.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Improper Revenue Recognition - 4: Improper Revenue Recognition Practices – Part A

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify improper revenue recognition practices frequently used by fraudsters.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify indicators of improper revenue recognition frequently observed in revenue recognition frauds.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Improper Revenue Recognition - 5: Improper Revenue Recognition Practices – Part B

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify improper revenue recognition practices frequently used by fraudsters.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify improper revenue recognition practices frequently observed in revenue recognition frauds.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Improper Revenue Recognition Part 1: Fraudulent Misstatement Characteristics

Fraud Prevention/Reporting

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the characteristics of fraudulent misstatement at the corporate level. 

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics of fraudulent misstatement.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Internal Controls - COSO Framework

COSO/Internal Control

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to identify the COSO Framework as well as its internal control objectives and internal control components.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the COSO Framework as well as its internal control objectives and internal control components.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Internal Controls - Introduction

COSO/Internal Control

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to identify the types of internal controls that are applied by reporting entities.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the types of internal controls that are utilized by reporting entities including: Entity-level Control-activity level Preventive Detective Corrective
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Lean Accounting: What is it?

Financial Accounting Best Practices

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of lean accounting.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of lean accounting.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Lean Management System: What is it?

Financial Accounting Best Practices

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of lean management systems.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of lean management systems.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Leverage and Profitability Ratios: What are They?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to describe and identify leverage and profitability ratios.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify leverage and profitability ratios.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Liquidity and Efficiency Ratios: What are They?

Financial Statement Analysis

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to describe and identify liquidity and efficiency ratios.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify liquidity and efficiency ratios.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Making Yourself an Influencer

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to identify different sources of influence and provide you with realistic networking strategies.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify sources of influence.
  • Recognize how to establish realistic networking strategies.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Managing Email Like a Manager

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to provide you with the tools to efficiently and effectively manage your email.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify dos and don'ts of managing email.
  • Determine how to copy, forward, and attach thoughtfully.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Managing Time and Projects: The Big Picture

Time Management

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to distinguish between activities and projects and how to use time management principles to encourage timely project completion.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Distinguish between activities and projects.
  • Use principles of time management for projects.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Managing Time and Projects: The Small Stuff

Time Management

This nano-learning course is designed to assist you with establishing project tasks and activities and tracking projects successfully.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine how to establish project tasks and activities.
  • Identify how to track projects successfully.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Member Industry Practice - 1: Clarifying Guidance When Also in Public Practice

AICPA Ethics Series

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the member categorization with regard to compliance with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the characteristics in the applicable Code of Conduct guidance that establishes the performance and compliance responsibilities of a "member in industry."
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Regulatory Ethics
0.2

Member Industry Practice: Clarifying Practice Guidance for Member in Business - 1

AICPA Ethics Series

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and clarify the identification of professional threats to members in business with regard to compliance with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify types of threats in applying the Conceptual Framework requirements of the applicable Code of Conduct responsibilities of a “member in business.”
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Regulatory Ethics
0.2

Member Industry Practice: Clarifying Practice Guidance for Member in Business - 2

AICPA Ethics Series

This nano-learning module is designed to identify and clarify the safeguards established to help mitigate professional threats to members in business with regard to compliance with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify safeguards relative to threats in applying the Conceptual Framework requirements of the applicable Code of Conduct responsibilities of a "member in business."
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Regulatory Ethics
0.2

Member Industry Practice: Clarifying Practice Guidance: Acts Discreditable

AICPA Ethics Series

This nano-learning module is designed to identify situations that rise to the level of acts discreditable by members in business with regard to compliance with the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify those matters deemed acts discreditable to be avoided by a "member in industry."
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Regulatory Ethics
0.2

Member Industry Practice: Clarifying Practice Guidance: Conflicts of Interest

AICPA Ethics Series

This nano-learning module is designed to identify areas providing conflicts of interests for member in business.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the process of identifying, evaluating and disclosing conflicts of interest for a "member in industry."
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Regulatory Ethics
0.2

Monthly Cash Budgets: What are They?

Forecasting and Budgeting

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to define and present the characteristics of monthly cash budgets.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of monthly cash budgets.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Mortgage Interest: Capitalization of Acquisition Costs

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the treatment of costs incurred to obtain a mortgage.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature of costs incurred to obtain a mortgage and financial statement presentation of such costs.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Multi-Product Breakeven Analysis: What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of multi-product breakeven analysis.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics and applications of multi-product breakeven analysis.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Passwords: The Future of Authentication

Data Integrity and Security

Organizational security is a top priority in all organizations today. Users authentication is critical to avoid being a victim of a cyber crime. Passwords are used extensively today because they are the easiest and cheapest form of authentication. But are they secure? What is the future of authentication and what will likely replace passwords in the future.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize other forms of authentication besides passwords.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: George Monsalvatge
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Information Technology
0.2

Performing Financial Analysis - 1: Using Ratio Analysis for Effective Financial Analysis

Financial Performance Measurement

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the basics of applying ratio analysis to financial information to more effectively understand and interpret financial position and performance.

After completing this course, participants should be able to: 

  • Identify the attributes, considerations and characteristics of matters used to select and apply ratio analysis.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Finance
0.2

Performing Financial Analysis - 2: Applying Financial Ratios Effective Financial Analysis

Financial Performance Measurement

This nano-learning module is designed to introduce some of the basic ratios used to assess and/or measure an entity's financial performance and position.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify basic ratios that serve as indicators for analyzing different attributes of the entity's liquidity, efficiency, leverage and profitability.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Finance
0.2

Performing Financial Analysis: Applying Financial Ratios Going Concern Analysis

Financial Performance Measurement

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to present ratio and other financial analysis relative to review of going concern.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify basic financial and cash-flows ratios that serve to present more clarity to assessing going concern matters of an enterprise.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Finance
0.2

Performing Financial Analysis: Applying Financial Ratios with Cash Flows-Based Analysis

Financial Performance Measurement

This nano-learning module is designed to introduce some of the cash flows measurements to be applied to traditional financial statement analysis.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify basic cash-flows ratios that serve to analyze more deeply the underlying quality and stability of cash flows, supplementing the traditional analysis of the entity's liquidity, efficiency, leverage and profitability.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Finance
0.2

Performing Financial Analysis: Is the Company Making Money?

Financial Performance Measurement

This nano-learning module is designed to examine financial statement analysis of the income statement.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify ratios and analysis tools using vertical and horizontal analysis to measure and understand profitability.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: James J. Newhard, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Finance
0.2

Personal Financial Statements: Topic 274

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an understanding of the unique components of personal financial statements.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to present personal financial statements.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Persuading by Building Alliances

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to build alliances through successful means of persuasion.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify successful means of persuasion.
  • Recognize how to enhance means of persuasion.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Preventing Ransomware

Data Integrity and Security

You've probably heard the word ransomware recently in the news describing attacks on computers. Ransomware has become a popular way to extort money from unsuspecting victims by software criminals. In this course, you will learn how to protect yourself from ransomware.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify best practices to protect your computer.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: George Monsalvatge
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Information Technology
0.2

Private Company Alternative: Accounting for Goodwill

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide guidance on accounting alternatives available to private entities in regards to Goodwill.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize detail on the accounting alternative available to private entities when accounting for Goodwill including disclosure requirements.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Private Company Alternative: Accounting for Interest Rate Swaps

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide guidance on accounting alternatives available to private entities in regards to certain receive-variable, pay-fixed interest rate swaps.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize detail on the accounting alternative available to private entities when accounting for interest rate swaps.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Private Company Alternative: Applying VIE Guidance to Common Control Leasing Arrangements

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide guidance on accounting alternatives available to private entities in regards to the application of Variable Interest Entity guidance to common control leasing arrangements.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize detail on an alternative available that will exempt private entities from the requirement to consolidate certain variable interest entities (VIEs) when activities are limited to leasing arrangements and the entities are under common control.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Putting an Auditor’s Checklist to Work

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to help you determine the appropriate report content and how to draft thorough workpapers.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine report content.
  • Recognize how to draft thorough workpapers.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Reading and Interpreting the Balance Sheet - Assets

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to interpret reported assets on the balance sheet.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe assets that are presented on a reporting entity's balance sheet.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Reading and Interpreting the Balance Sheet - Liabilities

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to interpret reported liabilities on the balance sheet.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe liabilities that are presented on a reporting entity's balance sheet.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Reading and Interpreting the Balance Sheet - Stockholders' Equity

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to interpret reported stockholders' equity on the balance sheet.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe stockholders' equity as presented on a reporting entity's balance sheet.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Related Party Disclosures

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the disclosure requirements for related party transactions.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the disclosure requirements for related party transactions.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Revenue Recognition - Disclosures

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to identify and review step 6 of the revenue recognition model- Report based on the required revenue disclosure requirements.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the required revenue disclosure based on Topic 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Revenue Recognition - Introduction

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to introduce the ASC Topic 606 -Revenue from Contracts with Customers.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the basic provisions of ASC Topic 606, Revenue from Contracts with Customers.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Revenue Recognition - Six-Step Model

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module is designed to review five of the six step revenue recognition model (step 6- Disclosures is covered separately in another revenue Nano module):

  • Identify the contract(s) with the customer.
  • Identify the performance obligation(s) in the contract.
  • Determine the transaction price.
  • Allocate the transaction price to the performance obligations.
  • Recognize revenue when (or as) the reporting entity satisfies a performance obligation- transfer of control.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the measurement and recognition steps associated with the revenue recognition model.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Risk Management

Risk Management

Business risks from a security breach are of the most devastating things that can happen to an organization. Your reputation as an organization depends on your ability to safeguard information. It is critical that you are able to research, measure and mitigate risks to your data. This course covers the process of risk management at a high level. It includes a description of the qualitative and quantitative assessment methods as well as the different options for managing risk.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the information used in quantitative risk assessment.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Troy McMillan
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Management Services
0.2

Rolling Forecasts: What are They?

Forecasting and Budgeting

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of rolling forecasts.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of rolling forecasts.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Shaping Successful Stories

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to tie the content to the premise of the story and how to edit the content to enhance the story.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Relate content to the premise of the story.
  • Recognize how to edit content to enhance your story.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Shaping an Audit Report

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to provide you with tips for creating a report template and for structuring ideas precisely.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine how to create a report template.
  • Identify how to structure ideas precisely.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Shipping and Handling: Recording Revenue and Expense

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the characteristics and presentation of shipping and handling revenue and costs.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature and treatment of shipping and handling revenue and costs.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Six Sigma: What is it?

Financial Accounting Best Practices

This 10 minute nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of Six Sigma.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of Six Sigma.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Software Development: Capital vs. Expense

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to identify the characteristics and presentation of software development costs.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize when to capitalize or expense software development.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Special Purpose Financial Statements

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to review special purpose financial reporting frameworks.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature and presentation rules for special purpose frameworks.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Statement of Cash Flows: Disclosure Requirements

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to present the disclosure requirements of the statement of cash flows.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature and treatment of disclosures in the statement of cash flows.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Statement of Cash Flows: Overview

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of the statement of cash flows.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature of the statement of cash flows.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Statement of Functional Expenses: Not-for-Profit Reporting

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to understand the statement of functional expenses by not-for-profit entities.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the nature of the statement of functional expenses.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Kenneth Heaslip, MS, MBA, CPA, CGMA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Sunk Costs: What are They?

Cost Data Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of sunk costs.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics and applications of sunk costs.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Target Costing: What is it?

Cost Data Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of Target Costing.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of Target Costing.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The Agile Manifesto

Business Process Improvement

At the famous 2001 Snowbird Resort in Utah, 17 programmers, IT and regular managers got together and came up with what would become known as the Agile Manifesto. Incorporating common sense principles the Agile Manifesto focuses on people not tools, customer collaboration and responding to change.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize the basic principles behind the Agile Manifesto.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Joshua Hester
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Management Services
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard Step 3: Determine the Transaction Price

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of determining the transaction price of a contract with a customer under the new revenue recognition standard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to determine the transaction price of a contract under Step 3 of the new revenue recognition standard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard Step 4: Allocate the Transaction Price

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of allocating the transaction price of a contract with a customer under the new revenue recognition standard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to allocate the transaction price of a contract under Step 4 of the new revenue recognition standard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard Step 5: Recognize Revenue

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of recognizing revenue in a contract with a customer under the new revenue recognition standard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify when to recognize revenue in a contract under Step 5 of the new revenue recognition standard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard: An Overview

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of the new revenue recognition standard (ASU 2014-09).

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize detail on the history of the new revenue recognition model introduced via ASU 2014-09 including the introduction of the new 5-Step Model.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard: Step 1: Identify Contracts

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of identifying a contract under the new revenue recognition standard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to identify a contract under Step 1 of the new revenue recognition standard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

The New Revenue Recognition Standard: Step 2: Identify Performance Obligations

Financial Reporting Issues

This nano-learning module is designed to provide an overview of identifying performance obligations under the new revenue recognition standard.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how to identify performance obligations under Step 2 of the new revenue recognition standard.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Stacey Painter, CPA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

Thinking Agile

Business Process Improvement

You've probably heard the buzzword "Agile" everywhere in the business world, around the virtual water cooler, all the way up to the corporate board room. But it's more than a buzzword or trend- Agile is a new way of solving age-old business problems.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize how businesses are going agile.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Joshua Hester
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Management Services
0.2

Using Active Voice in Audit Reports

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to distinguish between active and passive voice and how to use each effectively.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Distinguish between active and passive voice.
  • Identify how to use active and passive voice effectively.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
. Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Using Influence to Grow Your Network

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to assist you recognizing different means of influence and tools to cultivate relationships through collaboration.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize different means of influence.
  • Determine how to cultivate relationships through collaboration.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Using Parallel Structure in Audit Points

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to identify the value of parallel structure and how to edit for clarity and conciseness.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the value of parallel structure.
  • Determine how to edit for clarity and conciseness.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Using Principles of Time Management

Time Management

This nano-learning course is designed to provide you with key time management principles and suggestions for how to implement them to improve your time management skills.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the principles of excellent time management.
  • Distinguish between tasks and activities.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Personal Development
0.2

Using Story to Drive Home Your Premise

Effective Communication Skills

This nano-learning course is designed to demonstrate how to connect your story to its purpose and provides you with storytelling techniques to keep your audience engaged.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Determine how to connect story to purpose.
  • Identify storytelling techniques to engage audiences.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: Philip Vassallo, Ed.D.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Communications & Marketing
0.2

Variance Analysis: What is it?

Financial Statement Analysis

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the various types of variance analysis.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the various types of variance analysis.
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

What is the Balance Sheet?

Financial Reporting Issues

This 10 minute Nano-learning module provides an overview of the balance sheet and the elements (assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity) contained in the balance sheet.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify and describe the balance sheet and the elements that make up the balance sheet.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
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Zero-Based Budgeting (ZBB): What is it?

Forecasting and Budgeting

This nano-learning module is designed to define and identify the characteristics of zero-based budgeting.

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Define and identify the characteristics of zero-based budgeting.
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Author/Speaker: John M. Fleming, CPA, MBA
SKILL LEVEL:
Basic
DELIVERY TYPE:
Nano Learning
FIELD OF STUDY:
Accounting
0.2

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