CPA Pilot Testing Center

APlusCPE is now conducting pilot tests for new CPA CPE courses. These tests will be used to determine average completion times and credit hours in many states. As a pilot tester, you have the unique opportunity to access content written by industry experts and earn free CPE hours!

To be a pilot tester, you must be a CPA in Good Standing with your state licensing board and meet the pre-requisites for the specified course.

Email to enroll.

CPA CPE Pilot Testing

Pilot Tester Responsibilities

You will be asked to:
  • Complete selected course(s) by reading all materials and completing all practice and quiz questions offered online
  • Pass an open-book final exam with a score of 70% or higher
  • Track your time spent in the course
  • Complete the pilot test form provided
  • Complete an evaluation at the end of the course

Pilot Tester Benefits

You will receive:

  • Access to high-quality online content from industry experts
  • The CPE hours approved for the course(s) you tested, for free.
  • A voucher good for an additional APlusCPE course of your choosing.*
    • One voucher is awarded for each course evaluation completed by the designated due date.

    Current Courses Being Pilot Tested

    All APlusCPE courses are computer-based online self-study. 
    Courses are to be completed within 30 days from date it is added to your account. 

    Short Courses (under 7 hours):
    • Affordable Care Act Taxes and Penalties (Taxes)
    • Earned Income Tax Credit (Taxes)
    • Innocent and Injured Spouses (Taxes)
    • Military Taxpayer Issues (Taxes)
    • Tax Issues for Divorcing Couples (Taxes)
    Longer Courses:
    • Auditing Standards Update (Auditing)
    • Current Developments in Compilations and Reviews (Auditing)

    * Course is intermediate and you will have to meet the prerequisites to pilot test.

    NASBA QAS Logo

    APlusCPE® a service of WebCE® is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: