The Indiana CPA Society’s CPA Center of Excellence is seeing greater demand for online learning in nontraditional areas for accountants, according to a new survey.

The CPA Center of Excellence recently surveyed nearly 700 Indiana CPAs to gauge their learning preferences and the skills they need to enhance. Seventy-five percent of respondents said they need technical accounting, auditing and tax education, as expected. But more than 40 percent (respondents could choose multiple types of education) said they also needed non-technical education such as leadership, critical thinking and communications training. And 13 percent indicated that they needed ethics training as well.

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