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This course explores ethical codes and how ethical responsibilities can be applied in your day-to-day professional activities as a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
Knowing and adhering to a code of ethics is an important part of being a professional accountant. This online course covers material from the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) Code of Professional Conduct, including practical exercises and valuable insights about applied ethics.
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The course relies on CPABC’s Code of Professional Conduct. Please note that if you are a member from a province other than British Columbia, there may be some differences between this code of conduct and your provincial CPA body’s code of conduct. You are responsible for reviewing and complying with your own provincial requirements.
New CPA, CGAs of CPABC must complete this course (or the equivalent in-person course offered by CPABC) within the first full calendar year of membership as a condition of membership. Other CPABC members and non-members are welcome to take this course.
Module 1: Personal behaviour and professionalism
Module 2: Obligations and ethical governance in CPABC
Module 3: Ethical theories and an overview of the Code
Module 4: Interpreting the Code
Module 5: Converting expectations into actions
Module 6: Your commitment to professional (and ethical) development
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