An Exposure Draft about revisions to standards for continuing professional education has been reissued by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the American Institute of CPAs. The Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education  received 51 comments in the initial period for public comment from April through October last year.

Areas receiving the most significant comment included the proposed addition of two new instructional delivery methods for CPE; nano-learning and blended learning. Other comments addressed program evaluations, CPE credit for technical reviewers, purchasing content from other entities, application of the word count formula in determining the CPE credit for self-study and changes to the terminology of group internet-based programs.

Nano-learning and blended learning delivery remain part of the re-exposure draft. The parties say these methods will address the need for learning that is more personalized and on demand.

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