Chief Financial Officer
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the financial health of an organisation. In this role, you’ll establish strategy to help the business achieve its goals.
Strategic procurement manager
Procurement managers are often the masterminds behind organisational deals. In this role, you’ll need a strategic mindset, negotiation skills, a knowledge of supplier best practices and the ability to manage complex contracts.
Founder of a startup company
Starting a business from scratch means you can define and deliver on the commercial potential of an innovative product or service. You’ll need strong business acumen and a strategic approach.
Why not take a green approach to making money? Environmental accountants are responsible for ensuring a company is environmentally responsible and profitable.
Accounting risk analyst
In this role, you’ll identify strategic and operational risks. You’ll need exceptional analytical skills and must perform under pressure to develop risk-mitigation strategies.
International accounting specialist
You could join a network of professionals helping manage cross-border transactions, global trade agreements and overseas investments.
Counter-terrorism financial investigator
You could investigate the financial enablers of terrorism, work with police on financial issues and ongoing investigations.
Financial advisors help their clients achieve their wealth management and retirement goals. You’ll work with clients to understand their circumstances to provide unbiased advice to help them make informed investment decisions.
Partner at an accounting firm
Accounting firm partners lead employees, build client relationships, and grow the business. Experience, expertise and highly developed leadership skills will be needed for this high-profile role.
CEO of a sporting organisation
This position is responsible for on-and off-field success. You’ll set the organisation’s strategy and lead its delivery using your exceptional business, strategy and leadership skills.
Why not become a detective of the finance world? As a forensic accountant, you’ll track and analyse data to find missing funds, trace illegal business activities and identify fraud.
Attend one of our information sessions to learn more about how becoming a CPA can benefit you and support your career goals.
Academic institution support
Professional accreditation and international accreditation guidelines
Your working experience counts towards your progression to becoming a CPA, whether you gain this experience before, during or after your studies
Keep your practice at the head of your field with opportunities for learning, mentorship, online courses and events
Starting the CPA Program
How to apply, entry pathways to the CPA Program and Foundation program, fees and scholarships
What to expect on the day of your foundation exam
Minimise your stress and maximise your focus by familiarising yourself with the exams process
How to apply
To start the CPA Program, you’ll need to be a member of CPA Australia