What are Tracks?
Each Track gives you an indication of the nature of the materials to be presented in the individual sessions.
Track A - indicates the material is Accounting and Auditing (A & A) in nature. For CPAs, it mirrors the A & A track for their licensing requirements. A section noted as Track A is designed to meet this requirement. Track A sessions are not limited to CPAs. All accountants may gain knowledge by attending. Check the topic's outline for specifics about the topic.
Track T - indicates the topic is Technical in nature, typically other accounting and tax related topics.
Track P - indicates professional development and is non-technical in nature. If you are subject to specific CPE requirements for your company, professional organization or licensing requirements, you may need to review those requirements to ensure a Track P session qualifies.
Track F - indicates the material is designed to meet the Fraud CPE requirements for California CPAs. The sessions are three hours in length. Some Track F sessions are also designed to be used as A&A hours. Such sessions will be noted as such. The Fraud topics are designed to be of interest to internal auditors, CPAs, fraud examiners and those in companies who desired the additional knowledge. This track is not fraud every year. It's orginal design was intended to present information in more depth, thus the three hours.
Track G - indicates the topics are designed for those working for government contractors or government agencies that have a direct or indirect interest in the topic.
Note the column headings on the registration page use these Track references: Generally, each column indicates what tracks are in that column. If more than one track of topics is in a column, then that column heading will indicate such.
Each time slot with its related topic will indicate what Track the topic is designed for.