Registration Update: We are closing in on the event capacity for this upcoming professional development event; however, we have a few additional seats remaining! Be sure to register soon to join high school accounting educators from seven states including 17 Wisconsin teachers. Over 300 high school accounting educators have already registered to attend state level training in 15 other states.
Find out how to bring your students more advanced, engaging accounting content and inspire the next generation of CPAs in a FREE three-day training event co-sponsored by the AICPA, WICPA and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The training will be held at the WICPA offices in Waukesha Tuesday, July 31 – Thursday, Aug. 2.
Formerly known as the Accounting Pilot and Bridge Project, the Accounting Program for Building the Profession (APBP) will be offered at the WICPA for Wisconsin and Illinois high school educators.
Why should you take this training?
Recent AICPA research found the first accounting course high school students take greatly impacts their decision to pursue accounting as a major and career choice. The training, designed specifically for high school teachers, will provide a higher-level accounting curriculum to help you better prepare your students for a career in accounting.
High school teachers who complete the three-day training will receive:
- FREE registration
- A $200 stipend availability to attend
- Daily lesson plans and assignments
- Pre-written exams with answer keys
- A textbook, including teacher's notes and PowerPoint presentations
- Exclusive access to online teaching resources, refresher videos and webcasts
- Continuous support post-training
Limited spots are available. Register today!