It’s Official – You Can Get CPE Credits at WUG!
By Tiffani Marsing on March 1, 2017
Winshuttle is now registered as an official CPE sponsor for the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy! What does this mean for you? WUG attendees will now be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits! The Winshuttle User Group conference has always strived to offer valuable training opportunities to our attendees, and this year we’ve taken it a step further. More than 50% of our total sessions at the 2017 WUG will be focused on practical product training led by seasoned Winshuttle experts. You’ll have the opportunity to choose a track appropriate to the product modules you’re interested in, as well as your knowledge level and attend up to 4 total training sessions. For each session you attend, you can earn up to 2 CPE credits toward maintaining your accountancy certification. That’s a total of 8 credits you can earn at the conference!
We are excited to offer this added value to the already valuable conference pass and hope that you’re excited too. Winshuttle’s category for the CPE credits is in Computer Software and App which means it can also be flexible to other certification programs that recognize NASBA credits for continuing education. There is no added cost for receiving credits – everything is included in your WUG conference pass. If you register now, you can still take advantage of the early bird discount – $300 off your WUG pass now through March 31st! We hope to see you in Atlanta this September for WUG 2017!
About the author
Tiffani Marsing is a Pre-Sales Solution Engineer and has worked at Winshuttle for going on 5 years. She especially loves talking about Human Resources as this was her SAP area of responsibility in a previous life. When not working, she enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her husband and dogs, preferably at a beach. Fun fact, she was once an offensive/defensive lineman for the Seattle Majestics: a full contact, professional women’s football team!
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