Looking for some top-rated training material? Training Top 125 three-peater PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) clearly has the right stuff, and now it’s available to you—for free.
The professional services firm now is offering much of its training material in a convenient online format at PwC Open University. This corporate resource provides business executives, faculty, students, and regulators around the world with access to an expansive and growing library of award-winning training courseware developed by the firm, which ranked No. 1 on Training magazine’s Training Top 125 for the last three years.
PwC Open University launches with 150 courses, a growing number of which are CPE accredited, and span asset management, banking and capital markets, health industries, IFRS, industrial products, retail and consumer, risk and compliance, tax services, and technology. The curriculum currently is organized by topic and delivered via Webcast, podcast, or e-learning platform. The firm intends to continue building the library of courses available through PwC Open University, which can be accessed at www.pwc.com/OpenUniv....
“Publishing our courseware aligns with PwC’s mission to use knowledge to solve many of business’ most complex problems,” says Tom Evans, PwC partner and chief learning officer. “PwC believes that education provides opportunities for today’s youth, advances future leaders and develops the growing population of quality professionals.”
In addition to Open University, PwC collaborates with several organizations to advance education in America, including Operation Hope and the MIND Research Institute. The firm also supports a wide range of academic institutions with grant and scholarship programs, including the recent awarding of $500,000 in grants to Bryant University, the University of Southern California, Wake Forest University, and Florida International University to support the recruitment and advancement of diverse students within the accounting profession.