Advanced Telecommunications Accounting
This seminar is ideal for management and accounting personnel with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of the industry.
Annual Advanced Co-op Tax Forum
An open forum which includes recent developments and trends and other advanced topics; course content is customized to suit those in attendance.
Capital Credit Strategies for Telecom Co-ops
In an effort to increase revenue with allocation methods that keep pace with new services and competition, many co-ops change their approach to allocating and paying capital credits.
Carrier Access Billing System 101
CABS 101 is an introductory course that will cover the history of CABS, its terminology and acronyms, and its evolution.
Cost Recovery & USF Strategy
This is an excellent training or review course for company personnel who participate in the preparation of internal cost studies, are responsible for the coordination of cost studies performed by outside consultants, or are responsible for the review and certification of cost studies and USF filings to NECA and USAC.
Implementing Lease & Revenue Recognition Standards
This course will provide a detailed review of the leasing and revenue recognition standards and the specific impacts on telecommunications providers and will include interactive exercises related to implementation of the standards.
Making Excel Work for You
This course is designed to cover a range of areas and is ideal for everyone from beginner users to experts.
Telecom Finance for Non-Accountants
Telecom Finance for Non-Accountants is an orientation course to obtain a better understanding of financial reporting.
Telecommunications 101 is an industry orientation course with an accounting and finance focus.
Telephone Plant Accounting
This course provides a comprehensive overvie of the plant accounting cycle and the concepts of how network assets drive financial performance for diversified regulated rural carriers.
What's Special About Access Charges?
This 2 ½ day seminar will cover all aspects of CABS beginning when a call detail record enters the processing stream through to the end product CABS bill including all the processes and billing functions in between.