Monday-Wednesday, June 6-8, 2011
8:30am - 5:30pm
Part 1 - Managing Turnaround and Bankruptcy Cases
8:30am - 5:30pm
8:30am - 11:30am
|12:00-1:30pm||Luncheon Program with keynote speaker Daniel M. Glosband, Partner, Goodwin Procter|
|1:30-5:15pm||Afternoon presentations for either the Bankruptcy Taxation or Financial Advisors Toolbox|
|6:30-8:00pm||AIRA's 27th Annual Conference Opening Reception|
To register for this course, contact Terry Jones, CIRA Director, at (541) 858-1665, or register online here ».
Objective of CIRA Program To recognize by public awareness and certification, individuals who possess a high degree of specialized professional, financial and operational expertise in the area of distressed and insolvent business. Such expertise includes accounting, operations, managerial strategies, taxation and finance issues related to business bankruptcy and insolvency.
Course and Examination Format
The CIRA course of study is divided into three parts:
Part 1: Managing Turnaround and Bankruptcy Cases
Part 2: Plan Development
Part 3: Accounting, Financial Reporting and Taxes (Part 3 may be taken before Parts 1 and 2)
The study course, one for each part, involves advance preparation (10-15 hours of reading) and a two and one-half day course with a three-hour examination given during the last day of the course.
Requirements for Certification
In order to enroll in the program, including the course of study and the examination, the candidate must
To receive the certification, the following additional requirements must be met:
Continuing Education Requirements
Participants may receive 24 hours of CPE credits for each part of the CIRA course and examination. In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour. To maintain your certification, you are required to complete 60 hours (20 hours per year) of continuing professional education (CPE) credits related to turnaround, restructuring and bankruptcy within each successive three-year period.
Fees and Refunds Registration fee for each part is $650. The fee for government employees is $275. A full refund or credit will be made for parts that are cancelled 10 business days before the part begins if all materials sent in advance of the course are returned. For parts cancelled with less than 10 business days notice, credit toward a future part will be granted less a $75 service charge per part. For parts cancelled with less than 3 business days notice, credit toward a future part will be granted less a $150 service charge per part.
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