ACFE CPE Credit
All CPE credit you earn from ACFE courses and educational events is considered fraud-related, while only courses marked as ethics-related qualify towards the ethics requirement. The ACFE offers multiple options for earning CPE, including self-study courses and live training events:
Self-Study CPE Courses
Fraud Magazine CPE Quizzes
Non-ACFE CPE Credit
Below are the steps to identify if a non-ACFE course will be accepted for your CPE compliance:
Step 1: Review the
list of accepted types of CPE credits. Your course must meet one of the types of CPE credit and you must receive the required documentation as listed.
Step 2: Review the
list of accepted fields of study. Your course must meet one of the acceptable fields of study
Courses that qualify for both steps 1 and 2 will be accepted towards your annual CPE compliance requirements.
Non-Education activities such as your normal job duties, fraud examination and report writing do not qualify for CPE Credit.
Maintaining the CFE Credential
Certify CPE Compliance
Types of CPE
Fields of Study
Professional Status Change