Once you have received notification from us that your certification is successful, you may use the letters CPA after your name.
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As a member of CPA Australia you must complete 120 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) every three years, with a minimum of 20 hours of CPD per year.
While you were studying the CPA Program, you would have met this requirement as a result of your study. Now that you’ve completed the CPA Program you’ll need to keep your skills up to date and source relevant Professional Development to help you do that.
We offer an extensive range of Professional Development and you have access to special member pricing across all CPA Australia conferences, workshops and online courses. These range in price, duration and topic, so check out our training and events to look for a learning option that meets your needs.
As part of your membership, you have access to an extensive range of services and resources through our website. Check out the Member Services section.
Receive credits into postgraduate courses
If you have completed the CPA Program, you may be able to claim credits into specialist master and MBA degrees. With these credits, you can reduce the time and cost associated with obtaining a masters degree.
Why you should make time for professional development
- Personal and career development
In-semester support and learning resources
Access a range of resources and support to help you master your studies and manage your time
Exams and assessment
CPA Program exams are designed to assess your knowledge and understanding
Member recognition ceremonies
Celebrate your achievement with friends, family and peers
You're a CPA
Congratulations on becoming a CPA.
How to advance to CPA status
Once you’ve met your CPA Program requirements, you’ll be eligible to advance from Associate member to CPA status