To support this goal, there are five initiatives. Explore CPA Australia's progress on each of these below.
CPA Australia has partnered with KnowledgeEquity to deliver a complimentary suite of guided learning resources for Semester 2 2019, including webinars, quizzes, video tutorials and study notes.
These are available in:
Quitch, a digital app incorporating gaming technology and design elements, was piloted in Semester 1 2019 for students enrolled in Practice Management and Ethics and Governance.
Study support for candidates in Semester 2, 2019 includes:
Enrolments in Advance
Early enrolment is available for semester 1, 2020 - on Monday 28 October - in the following subjects:
The online study guide is also available immediately – from 28 October - (via MYOL) for: Contemporary Business Issues, Financial Risk Management, Strategic Management Accounting, Global Strategy and Leadership, Australia Taxation, Australia Taxation – Advanced.
Early enrolment and access to study materials provide students additional time to familiarise themselves with the content of the subject before semester 1, 2020.
Further education initiatives to be announced in 2020.
A forum for international accounting and finance students to learn about CPA Australia and the opportunities available when studying in New Zealand or other parts of the world.
We are working in several markets to bolster career pathways:
CPA Australia has collaborated with PwC on an internship program in which 30 high-achieving graduates from Australian universities were selected to join the PwC internship program and undertake the CPA Program at the same time.
CPA Australia's first tuition provider in India was launched in Bangalore. Members can now access quality tuition for our CPA Program in India without travelling overseas.
For the second consecutive year, CPA Australia has collaborated with KPMG Malaysia, co-organising the CPA-KPMG Case Competition 2018. The competition serves as a platform to discover high calibre individuals who can join KPMG and undertake the CPA Program at the same time.
The Shanghai office supported the Go8 Australia-China Roundtable in partnership with Austrade. Guests from Go8 universities, Chinese employers and alumni from Australian universities discussed skills required by employers.
CPA Australia and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) hosted a forum on future career development that looked to foster communications between universities and enterprises, and to provide university students with an opportunity to connect with prestigious corporations.
CPA Australia is developing a new Brand Ambassador program to promote peer-to-peer advocacy and new membership. It will include enhanced online resources to support ambassadors. A recruitment campaign is planned for Semester 1 2019.
The Board reviews CPA Australia membership and program pricing every year – considering barriers to entry, flexibility, choice, competition and creating a sustainable future. For the third consecutive year, CPA Australia membership fees have remained at the same level.
Value is enhanced in 2019 by the complimentary CPD offering that is included in the membership fee, and which allows members to meet their CPD requirement. The cost of the public Practice Certificate has not changed. Fees for associated membership and the CPA Program have been reviewed and will be set at levels to remain competitive in key markets.
For the first time, we have local currency pricing in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the UK and New Zealand.
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