To help you find the thought leadership you seek, and make the most of your visits to our KPMG Institute site, we’ve put together this list of frequently asked questions. Here you’ll find advice on how to register, attend our events, address technical issues, and even qualify for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits that we offer.
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Thank you for visiting the KPMG Institute Website.
There are many reasons for joining KPMG Institutes. As part of our online community, you'll be able to participate in Webcasts and online events covering today's most important topics; access premium content on topics and issues affecting your industry or organization; share your perspectives on critical business topics and industry issues; post comments about our content; rate the research you find here; and more.
After you have signed in to our site, click on "My Account" in the upper right hand corner. The Update Account page displays. Make the changes to your profile and select "Update Account" at the bottom of the page.
If your email address changes you will have to create a new account.
All inquiries about information on the site should be sent via email to email@example.com.
All suggestions and feedback for Webcasts or publications should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to unsubscribe from all KPMG communications and cancel your membership with KPMG Institutes, please send an e-mail to US-CSS MKT Nat'l MIS Opt Out with "Opt Out: All Correspondence" as the subject.
You can register for a Webcast by first signing in to our site and then going to the page on which the Webcast of interest is posted and click on the "Register for Webcast" button. Once registered, you will receive a registration confirmation with instructions on how to access the event.
No. The only password required is the one you use to log in to the KPMG Institutes site. Once signed in, you have access to register for any upcoming KPMG Institute Webcast.
You can access the link to the event either through your confirmation email or directly via the event page on the website. Webcasts are accessible one hour prior to the start of the event.
Yes. You can access the Webcast at any time during the live event. However, in order to receive CPE credit, you must be online for the entire event and answer the questions required for that event. You must answer at least three questions for events that qualify for one CPE credit, and at least six questions for events that qualify for two CPE credits.
No. There are no fees associated with KPMG Institute Webcasts.
You can access On Demand Webcasts the same way you would if they were live. Simply go to the Webcasts, Podcasts and Events page and select the Webcast you would like to view. Then click the "Play Webcast" button.
General Webcast inquiries can be sent via email to email@example.com.
For a list of all the KPMG Institute upcoming and on-demand events, log on to our Webcasts, Podcasts and Events page.
In order to access a KPMG Institute Webcast you must have either Microsoft Windows® Media Player or Real Player® media player installed. Click on the links below to download the appropriate media player.
Microsoft Internet Explorer® (IE) 6.0 or higher or Firefox® browsers for Windows® operating systems must be installed in order to access the Webcast. IE8 users may need to change the "Navigate windows and frames across different domains setting" to "enable from its "disable default" setting.." Click on Tools, go to Internet Options and click on the Security Tab; click Custom Level button. Scroll down to where it says "Navigate windows and frames across different domains and enable the setting." Click OK.
If you have already registered for the event, you can access the event from any computer. Simply log on to the KPMG Institutes website or access the link through your confirmation email. The link will be accessible one hour prior to the start of the live event.
You can download the Adobe Acrobat® PDF presentation file to your desktop from your media player prior to the start of the Webcast by clicking on the "Download Files" button.
Once the presentation is downloaded, use your standard printing process.
Slides are advanced from the Webcast studio and will be advanced as appropriate. If your presentation is not advancing you may need to refresh your browser by pressing F5. If you are using Real Player® and a Windows®-based computer, you may need to view the Webcast using Windows Media Player® instead.
Shut down your browser and re-launch Internet Explorer®. If you continue to have problems with the audio, call the Help Desk on 1-800-208-0408. If you are located outside the U.S., call 1-601-956-4770, extension 230.
Select the speaker icon in your system tray. Once you have opened the volume options, confirm that all sources are moved up to the highest point. If you continue to have problems, you may listen via the conference call option.
Unfortunately not. For technical reasons, there will be a 30-second Internet delay on Webcast audio.
Set your display resolution to 1024x768 by right clicking on your desktop and selecting Properties then click on the Settings tab. On the lower left side of the window is a sliding scale. Move the scale to a resolution setting of 1024x768. Click "Apply" and "OK."
Network congestion can occur at any time due to the following problems:
To qualify for CPE credit offered through a KPMG Institute Webcast, you must:
No, you must participate in the live event and answer the polling questions in order to qualify for CPE credit.
KPMG does not offer CLE credits. However, if the KPMG Institute Webcast is co-sponsored with a law firm, you can qualify for CLE credits from the law firm.
To qualify for CPE credit, you must be online for the entire event and answer the questions required for that event. You must answer at least four questions for events that qualify for one CPE credit, and at least eight questions for events that qualify for two CPE credits.
The first question generally appears around five minutes after the Webcast has begun.
Every pop-up blocker is different. In the Internet Explorer® "Tools" menu, select the "Pop-up Blocker" item. Check with your local information technology department to get the correct answer for your Internet browser/blocker.
Yes. But you must log directly into the Webcast and provide your contact information, including name, company, and email address, in order to qualify for CPE credit.
Yes. However, you must also provide a valid email address to which we can send your certificate
You will receive your CPE certificate via email in about six weeks from the date of the event. Most of our events are 60-100 minutes in length and will qualify you for one or two CPE credits.