Discover valuable learning resources for accountants from the profession’s legacy organizations

Strengthen your accounting abilities by leveraging the broad range of high-quality educational materials and opportunities available on the websites of the legacy accounting organizations.

New home

Build your knowledge, skills and expertise in accounting, finance and business by taking advantage of an extensive selection of professional development options available through the websites of the following legacy accounting organizations: Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Certified Management Accountants of Canada and Certified General Accountants of Canada.

These resources will continue to be available to members of Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) at their current web addresses, and will eventually be migrated into this website.

High-value training

You can access timely and relevant online courses, conferences, webinars, technical guides and much more through the following learning resources for accountants:

  • Vubiz: web-based business and finance courses
  • CPA Learning Centre: accounting-related classes and events
  • PD Net: online business and finance training
  • eCornell: a broad suite of professional development options

All course content has been moved over to the CPA Canada website, giving you a fully optimized and expansive collection of professional learning and development resources — all in one place.

A collaboration between Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) and Cornell University allows you to access online professional development courses and programs from this Ivy League school via the CPA Canada website.

Access high-quality professional development courses and recorded presentations to strengthen your accounting competencies at CPA Learning Centre, a legacy CPA resource that is still available to CPA members.

Highlights

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