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NEW CAPS AND RULES ON CONTINUING EDUCATION.

Thought that class in medieval shoe-making might pass as CE? Watch out--the CBA has announced that effective July 1, a licensee must meet new CE requirements to renew in active status. Now, a minimum of 50 percent of required CE must be in a technical subject area. Technical areas include:

* accounting,

* auditing,

* taxation,

* consulting,

* financial planning,

* computer and information technology (except for word processing),

* specialized industry or government practices, and

* CBA-approved Professional Conduct and Ethics Course. Non-technical subject areas are capped at a maximum of 50 percent of required CE and include: communication skills, word processing, sales, marketing, motivational techniques, negotiation skills, office management, practice management and personnel management.
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Date:May 1, 2001
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