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Each year, CPAWSB recognizes three CPA preparatory course facilitators who demonstrate CPAWSB’s values. One award will be presented for each of the following delivery options: 

  • Self-study 

  • Webinar 

The awards will be based on the previous years’ performance, as evaluated by CPA students in the course feedback provided at the end of each semester. 

Award Criteria 

To be eligible, recipients must demonstrate the School’s values and: 

  • Consistently score at least 4.5 out of 5 overall in each session taught during the preceding year (scoring should be based on a sample of 10 percent or more students enrolled in the cohort); or 

  • Consistently receive positive comments or recommendations coming from students 

Selection Process 

Every January, student feedback and facilitator rankings will be compiled and reviewed to create a preliminary list of qualified nominees. The individual evaluations of each nominee will be measured against the award criteria, and the School will make the final decision. Recipients will be announced each spring. 

CPAWSB seeks to recognize high-performing facilitators who live CPAWSB’s values and whose commitment to their work is exemplary. One award will be presented each session. 

Award Criteria 

To be eligible, recipients must demonstrate the School’s values and: 

  • Receive a ranking of at least 4.5 out of 5 in the session; or 

  • Be nominated by a candidate or mentor recommendation via email, specific survey comments, etc. 

Selection Process 

Following each session, feedback and rankings will be compiled and reviewed to create a preliminary list of qualified nominees. Each nominee will be measured against the award criteria, and the School will make the final decision. Recipients will be announced following each session. 

CPAWSB seeks to recognize high-performing session leaders who live CPAWSB’s values and whose commitment to their work is exemplary. One award will be presented annually. 

Award Criteria 

To be eligible, recipients must demonstrate the School’s values and: 

  • Receive a ranking of at least 4.5 out of 5 for each session worked during the previous calendar year 

  • Nomination by a candidate via email, specific survey comments, etc. 

Selection Process 

In January of each year, session leaders’ annual feedback and rankings will be compiled and reviewed to create a preliminary list of qualified nominees. The individual evaluations of each nominee will be measured against the predetermined criteria, and the School will make the final decision. Recipients will be announced each spring.