Create the extension taxonomy and build the instance document
Transition to a new release of the taxonomy
Use the SEC Edgar Filer Manual
Learn how to perform detailed footnote tagging in 20+ categories, including pensions, debt, acquisitions, leases, fair value measures, tax and more.
Gain in-depth knowledge of XBRL to produce the highest quality XBRL formatted financials
Learn how to accurately apply the tags from the US GAAP Taxonomy to financial statements which also may include the creation of custom, company-specific items for which elements don’t already exist
Develop a greater understanding of the implications of the SEC’s rules to determine an appropriate course of action for responding to the SEC’s mandate
Gain access to tagging simulations that will provide interactive footnote tagging using real-world software applications available on the market today
Prerequisite: None Advanced Preparation: None
Upon successful completion of the 10 fundamental, 3 statement and 13 footnote tagging courses in the curriculum, you will earn a Certificate of Educational Achievement.
IMPORTANT: The XBRL U.S. GAAP Certificate Program is not a professional credential or license. There is no ongoing education requirement.
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Group enrollments are also available – please complete the form on the linked page and select that you are interested in training for "My organization" to request information on group sales.
NOTE: The XBRL U.S. GAAP Certificate Program has 10 Fundamental, 3 Statement and 13 required Footnote Tagging courses that are currently live and available. The remaining (9) optional Footnote Tagging courses are coming soon. As courses go live, they will be automatically uploaded into the program - and become available for immediate online access. Pilot testing has not been completed on Optional courses but preliminary CPE credits are estimated at 38+ hours.
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