Artificial Intelligence for Accountants - An IPA Digital Short Course
Brought to you by the Institute of Public Accountants and authored by IPA Group Chief Executive Officer Andrew Conway FIPA FFA.
At the completion of this course, you will be able to identify key aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) and distinguish these from machine learning, identify the opportunities for AI application in accounting and business, identify key risks associated with AI, and develop an implementation plan that could be used with your clients or employer.
This course is designed to build your understanding of the emerging field of AI and help you consider the broader application of it through our work as professional accountants.
The AI for Accountants digital short course has been created specifically for IPA members to enable you to first learn the basics concepts of Artificial Intelligence and secondly use your knowledge and understanding to apply in your practice through real world examples and interactive discussions.
Specific Course Learning Outcomes
- Identify and evaluate AI applications within the context of accounting and finance business functions.
- Assess, identify and accurately recommend ethical frameworks and AI solutions in the accounting and finance sectors, considering stakeholder needs.
- Effective use of communication skills to develop implementation plans for AI solutions relevant to client or business needs.
Designed as a self-guided short course, this program will your knowledge through multiple-choice questions, tasks, and exercises. There is a final assessment, and an optional live webinar with Andrew Conway.
- Competency Area: Verified Management & Professional Skills
- Price: $199
- Total CPD Hours: 10
- Recommended Timeframe: 8 - 12 hours
Andrew Conway is the Group Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Public Accountants, Adjunct Professor at Deakin University, Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow and Professor of Accounting (honoris causa) SHUFE. Andrew's academic background is in commerce, education, law, and artificial intelligence.