Complete your training with professional experience and tutoring The Mutual Affiliate Agreement (RMA) between all Canadian CPA bodies and the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) came into effect on January 1, 2018. For more information, please see the following guidelines for mentors` practical experience and guidelines for candidates` hands-on experience; or contact them. If this is not an option, an experienced accountant is acceptable elsewhere. You can start your hands-on experience before you start the CA modules. You`ll find more information on skills and logbook to record your progress by referring to the corresponding downloads below. Second, you must have a practical experience agreement with a recognized CA tutor. Members who have received their CA ANZ registration information by qualifying as part of a reciprocal agreement that CA ANZ may have with another professional accounting organization are not permitted under this agreement. These include all mutual recognition agreements, reciprocal membership agreements and other similar agreements that CA ANZ may have had at any time. An accounting role is considered « relevant » if it contains a depth of experience in at least one of the following technical areas: You are responsible for finding your own mentor. An experienced accountant in your work would be a good start.
Mentors must be an experienced full member of CA, either at Chartered Accountants ANZ or a member of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), with which CA ANZ has a comprehensive recognition agreement. Learn more about employment and practice requirements for the Chartered Accountants Program Practical experiences are recorded in the candidates` logbook. The logbook must be filled out and unsubscribed by your mentor while you have your work experience. They must demonstrate a Level 2 and Level 3 competency in at least two technical areas and level 3 in all non-technical areas. All mentors must be an experienced accountant, who is currently a member of Chartered Accountants ANZ, or a foreign organization also recognized (a member of the Global Accounting Alliance). An Accredited Training Employer (TEN) is a system with an internal results assessment system approved by accountants in Australia and New Zealand. Your ca-mentor will oversee and assist your progress during the Chartered Accountants Program`s hands-on experience.