CTP Continuing Education & Recertification

Continuing education for business professionals.

If you already have your CTP you can earn recertification credits by taking CTP courses through the University of Dallas. To earn the credits, you must purchase the AFP Learning System Treasury (4th edition) materials and pass the Post-Test within the online software. You would then then self-report. Exam Candidates are not able to earn these credits by taking an Instructor-Led course.

Number of CTP recertification credits: 18

Earn CPEs through UD Executive Education.

The Association of Financial Professionals is registered with the National Association of State Board of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites required: Basic understanding of financial accounting

Number of CPE credits: Up to 36

You will self report these credits. Registry ID for AFP: 103484 

Website: www.nasba.org

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