On-Site CPE Training: Program Development and CPE Record Keeping

The MNCPA offers services to plan and deliver customized CPE training programs for your staff. We would love to help you plan your next team training session, but if you choose to do all the legwork yourself, here are some resources to help you get started. Call MNCPA customer service at 952-831-2707 if you have questions along the way.

Rules on CPE program standards and record keeping

Minnesota Board of Accountancy (BOA) rules state that a program qualifies as acceptable CPE if it is a program of learning that contributes to the growth in the professional knowledge and professional competence of a licensee. 

The program must meet the minimum standards of quality for development, presentation, measurement and credit reporting in the Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs jointly issued by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).

On-site CPE training forms

You may use the following forms to coordinate your CPE training program and ensure that it follows the guidelines in the Statement on Standards for CPE Programs.


If you get stuck in the process of planning CPE for your staff, call the MNCPA at 952-831-2707. We'd be happy to answer your questions or plan your next on-site customized training. Contact Chandany McDermott at 952-885-5506 or by email for more information about MNCPA on-site training.

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MNCPA can help with on-site training

Let us handle the details of planning your team's next CPE seminar. We can customize virtually any course in our CPE catalog, tailor the content to your firm or company's needs and help get your team pulling in the same direction. Contact Chandany McDermott for more information.

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"On-site training is convenient; everyone hears the same thing at the same time and more people get to participate. Retaining good employees means you have to grow them and they have to feel appreciated."

Robert Bendzick, CPA, CGFM
CFO, Olmsted County