About CPE

Continuing professional education is the backbone of maintaining an active CPA license in the state of New Jersey. The NJCPA is a licensed provider of quality CPE, and we offer hours of live and self-study learning to help New Jersey CPAs keep their license active. 

With more than 300 live seminars, 25 conferences and countless web-based learning sessions, NJCPA members find us a cost-effective and convenient source for CPE.  


The Future of CPE Part I: The New Learning to Look Out For


The Future of CPE Part II: New Platforms Will Offer a Hybrid of Learning Products


The Future of CPE Part III: The Move from Compliance Based Learning to a Competency Model

New York Proposes Changes to Annual Professional Ethics CPE Requirement

Posted: October 27, 2017
Beginning in 2018, New York-licensed CPAs will be required to earn six CPE credits in ethics every three years, up from the current four-credit requirement, if the New York State Board of Regents approves the measure this fall.

Should Accountants Be Allowed to Earn CPE on the Job?

Posted: August 3, 2017
Are employers willing to let their accounting and finance professionals pursue CPE opportunities while on the clock? Not so much, it seems, according to a new survey from recruitment firm Robert Half Finance & Accounting.

How to Make Conference Attendance Pay Off

Posted: January 30, 2017
If you just listen to a speaker and leave, you're missing out.

The Changing CPE Landscape

Posted: January 24, 2017
New models of education are changing the way in which we learn and consume CPE. Here’s how the AICPA and NASBA are approaching these changes.