SEC Training Made Simple

CPE INC. offers the most comprehensive SEC training available. Get updates on the latest regulatory pronouncements, as well as expert guidance on optimizing your SOX program. Review Form 10-K, learn how to write a superior MD&A, launch a winning IPO, implement the best possible cybersecurity practices for your organization, and much, much more.

Or sample some of our bestselling SEC courses below.

SEC Virtual Conference: An Accounting & Reporting Update for Public Companies
During this in-depth, two-day event, you'll get updates from regulators, industry experts and Big 4 leaders on the most crucial financial accounting and reporting rules being issued by the SEC and PCAOB today.

SEC Accounting & Reporting: A Two-Day Boot Camp Webinar

SEC Accounting & Reporting: A Two-Day Boot Camp Self-Study Webinar (22 Hours)

This two-day workshop will introduce you to the SEC reporting process, while familiarizing you with relevant filing forms and financial reporting requirements.


SOX 404 Virtual Conference: Redesigning Your SOX Program to Drive Value in the New Post-COVID World
In this unique conference, our team of leading SOX experts will show you how to use modern technology to become more efficient and reduce the cost of your SOX compliance.

Special Purpose Aquisition Companies (SPACs) Virtual Conference: Financial Reporting & SEC Filing
Discover the pros and cons of one of today's hottest investment topics, from potential legal and accounting issues, to its surge in popularity since the pandemic.


Sarbanes-Oxley: A Complete Review & Update Webinar
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act may be the most important legislation for public companies and auditors since the SEC's creation. An expert explains each section of the law, and how it could potentially affect your business.


SEC Developments Webinar (4 Hours)
SEC Developments Self-Study Webinar (5 Hours)
A panel of Big 4 and industry experts will provide you with the up-to-the-minute knowledge and guidance to successfully handle all of today's most critical SEC accounting and reporting issues