The course is easy to use and should assist the student in becoming aware of non-technical issues that are very important to any consultant.
This course is designed to give students practical considerations and ideas to use in any consulting project. Each one of the five chapters presents three tips to improve your consulting experience and to make you one of the best professionals out there.
This course is intended for:
- CPAs, accountants, IT professionals and others who want to learn new skills to become amazing consultants
- Students and others who want to learn more about the subject
- Consulting firms, and firms that are conducting training programs for consultants
Upon ordering this course, you will immediately receive instructions how to download the course as an Online pdf document. Included in this email will be log-on instructions for taking the certification exam. You have one year from date of purchase to complete the course.
After you have completed reviewing the text material, you may take your exam in our convenient, untimed online format. Tests average 5 questions for each CPE credit offered. For example, a CPE test worth 20 credits would include about 100 questions.
A score of 70% or better is required to pass this course, although there is no limit to the number of times you may take the exam in order to pass.
When you successfully pass the exam, your Certificate of Completion will be displayed on the screen. Print it out on your printer by using the "Print" command in your web browser.
This course is accepted in all but the following states for CPE credit: FL, MN, MS, OR, SC, &TN.
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Personal Development
If you would like to purchase this course with a printed book included, click HERE to order.
About The Author
Sheila G. Shanker is a CPA and MBA based in Culver City, sunny California. She has many years of experience in the non-profit sector, including consulting.
Her articles have been published by many national magazines, such as "Journal of Accountancy," "Veterinary Economics," and "Architecture Business and Economics".