Welcome to PremiumAuditTraining.org

Registration/Create an Account

Please create an account on this website in order to register for any webinar. This account is different than one you created for your NSIPA membership. This account can then be used for tracking your registration information for future webinars. 

Live & On-Demand Webinars

Held throughout the membership year, both live and on-demand webinars are offered at a discount for members. Fellow NSIPA members and industry experts provide members with valuable and current information to enhance and better the industry.  Each webinar is typically held on a Tuesday or Thursday from 1 to 2 pm ET. The webinar is 45 minutes in length with 15 minutes of Q&A.

Premium Audit 101

An introduction to a career in Premium Audit. Premium Audit 101 is designed as a NSIPA members-only service provided at no additional cost to members. This complimentary service is provided so that members can benefit from the training we offer. This specialized online course provides the necessary training for new hires in premium auditing. Currently, there is no professional training available beyond what an individual company can provide.  This is where NSIPA membership helps to fill the gap. In addition, as professionals seek to expand their learning, the online coursework can become an ongoing vehicle for which busy auditors may stay current in the profession and expand their learning while maintaining their current position.

Discounted Fees

Whether you are interested in attending a live webinar where you can both listen and ask questions, or the on-demand webinar where you can listen to the prior live webinar, the cost is a very affordable one for all interested participants.

NSIPA Member = $0 (NOW FREE FOR NSIPA MEMBERS)
Non-Member = $100

Interested in Presenting a Webinar?

If you are interested in presenting a future webinar, email us a proposal at nsipa@nsipa.org with your information or complete the online form by clicking the yellow button on this page. The proposal should include presenter identification (name, preferred mailing address, daytime telephone number).  Keeping the selection criteria in mind, the proposal should be prepared in a narrative or outline form, including:

  •  A brief one to two paragraph biography.
  •  A brief summary of your presentation. 
  •  One to three objectives outlining what the learner will be able to do at the conclusion of the presentation.  
  •  Level of intended audience (all, basic, intermediate, advanced). 
  •  A description of any previous presentations.