Advisory Committee nominations

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Professional Education Advisory Committee

Nominations are being sought for CPA Australia’s Professional Education Advisory Committee.

The Professional Education Advisory Committee advises management on the education framework for members, so that it can develop and monitor educational strategy relating to the CPA Australia professional programs.

CPA Australia members must meet one of the categories below to nominate:

  • Members from a large accountancy firm
  • Members from the “Top 100” industry sector
  • Members who live and work outside Australia
  • Members from the public sector
  • Members from the academic sector, preferably of senior academic rank.

Knowledge of the CPA Program and Professional Development offers would be an advantage.

Interested candidates should review Section 3 of the Professional Education Advisory Committee Charter.

To submit a nomination, complete a committee nomination form (below) and email it with a current resume to [email protected] by Sunday 12 September 2021.

Public Practice Advisory Committee

Nominations are being sought for CPA Australia’s Public Practice Advisory Committee (PPAC).

PPAC provides management with advice and a forum for consultation on issues relating to the public practice sector, as well as advice on the development of strategies, regulations and support services so that it can manage and enhance the reputation of members working in the public practice sector.

Suitable candidates will work in public practice and preferably hold a CPA Australia Public Practice Certificate.

Interested candidates should review the Expertise section of the Public Practice Advisory Committee Charter to ensure they meet the selection criteria.

To submit a nomination, complete a committee nomination form (below) and email it with a current resume to [email protected] by Sunday 12 September 2021.

Best Practice Advisory Committee

Nominations are now open for the Best Practice Advisory Committee.

Suitable candidates will: 

  • Work in public practice, hold a public practice certificate and/or preferably be a principal in a firm that trades as a CPA practice
  • Specialise in areas including insolvency, financial planning or business advisory consulting
  • Have a good working knowledge of, and interest in, the Accounting Professional & Ethical Standards (APES)
  • Hold an interest in Quality Assurance practices.

We also consider the following attributes desirable:

  • Innovative thinking
  • Continuous improvement focussed
  • Desire to protect the public interest.

Interested candidates should review the Best Practice Advisory Committee Charter.

To submit a nomination, complete a committee nomination form (below) and email it with a current resume to [email protected] by Sunday 12 September 2021.

Nomination form

This form is to be used for nominations to all CPA Australia Advisory Committees in 2021.