All Alberta CPAs must take relevant and appropriate CPD to develop and maintain their professional competence and to perform their professional roles. By setting and enforcing these requirements, the profession ensures that CPAs provide high-quality service to their clients, employers, and other stakeholders, thereby protecting the public interest ..
Alberta CPAs that work in an industry setting face unique challenges and opportunities. CPA Alberta’s Annual Forum for Members in Industry gives you a chance to join your colleagues for an information-packed conference focused on issues faced by Chartered Professional Accountants in industry! This conference is designed to provide you with an..
Remember to ensure your contact information with CPA Alberta is up-to-date! Having the correct information on file is important to ensure you receive important information from CPA Alberta, including notices of events and meetings, professional development opportunities, and more. Shortly, CPA Alberta will be sending member fees information, upda..
The CPD reporting period is based on the calendar year (January 1 – December 31) and all members are required to make a declaration no later than March 1...