Event Detail



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Due to COVID-19, this class cannot be held in person. We will provide 4 recorded sessions and a live Q & A session. The recorded sessions will be on demand and you can watch them when your schedule allows. You will need to watch the pre-recorded sessions prior to the Q & A session. You must attend the Q & A Live session to receive CPE credit.

Date: October 1-22, 2020

Topic: Internal Control in the Online/Work-from-Home/Blockchain Environment

CPE Credit: CPE Units: Eight (8)

Cost: $100 Members / $150 Nonmembers

Description: In this course you will learn what you can do to keep the internal control environment strong in the Work-from-home and online environment. We will discuss the emerging block-chain technology and we will have examples of what constitutes specific controls to mitigate risk in these environments.

Live Q&A - You must attend ONE of these sessions to receive CPE credit
October 21 - 12 p.m. EDT
October 22 - 6 p.m. EDT

Speaker: Mr. Steve Blake, CPA, CFE, CICA
Steve Blake came to South Carolina in May, 1983. He is an honor graduate of Southern College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. He is a member of the Special Review Committee of the Government Finance Officers Association, for which he reviews comprehensive annual financial reports for the Certificate of Achievement Program. Steve has extensive experience with audits of State and local governmental entities, agencies of State and local government, non-profit entities, colleges and universities, federal and state grant programs. Steve is also a member of the Government Finance Officers Association of South Carolina and the South Carolina Association of CPA’s. Steve works with governmental and non-profit clients in providing attestation and training services. Besides being a CPA Steve holds the following additional certifications: Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Internal Control Auditor and Chartered Global Management Accountant.


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