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Deepen your knowledge of professional rules of conduct with our interactive course. Consider a range of typical ethical situations, enter your responses and compare your answers to expert guidance.
Throughout your career, you will continue to develop your ability to deal with ethical situations.
Our course is designed to complement and support real-life experience by providing you with the opportunity to apply the principles and rules of conduct for professional accountants to sample ethical situations. As you work through various case studies and interactive exercises, see how your answers stack up to the feedback guidance provided.
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This course includes several case studies and interactive activities. For each case study and/or interactive activity, you will have the opportunity to enter your response in a text box and then reveal feedback so you can compare your answer.
Extensive feedback is provided based on CPABC’s Code of Professional Conduct (August 2016).
Note that if you are from a jurisdiction other than British Columbia, there may be some differences between the CPABC Code and the code of conduct of your regional CPA body. You are responsible for reviewing and complying with your own regional CPA body’s requirements.
Once you have completed the exercises, you are required to complete a 10-question quiz based on your legacy designation. You must achieve a score of at least 7 out of 10 in order to receive CPD credit. This course qualifies for 4 CPD credits.
This material is provided for educational purposes only. Although the material has been carefully prepared and reviewed, the course authors, Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada), cannot accept legal responsibility for its contents or for any consequences arising from its use.
The materials and interactive components are meant to provoke and facilitate thought and reflection. The guidance provided to participants in response to these items is not to be interpreted as conclusive judgment on any specific situation and should not be directly applied to other situations.
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