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Build on your credibility as a CPA and your expertise in IT by becoming a Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP).
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) makes available this leading post-CPA credential in association with the American Institute of Public Accountants (AICPA).
Develop skills in the specialized information technology you need to provide the right business insights for your organization’s compliance, operational and assurance demands. With the post-CPA CITP credential, you will be able to bridge the gap between information systems and financial or operational results, distinguishing your expertise from other professionals in the marketplace.By obtaining the CITP credential, qualified CPA Canada members who are IT professionals, internal auditors, controllers or CFOs will benefit by positioning themselves among the most trusted business advisors.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
For more information visit the AICPA overview page and AICPA FAQ page
Earn the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential and take your forensic accounting knowledge to the next level.
Become a member of the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services section and enjoy access to essential tools and resources to take your work to the next level.
Become a member of AICPA’s Personal Financial Planning section and gain access to essential resources, advocacy and guidance you can count on to advance your practice.
Branka Mikan, coordinator, Member Development and Support
September 23, 2019
Canada’s dynamic, must-attend CPA event of the year is heading to Montréal with the theme of innovation for sustainability.
October 28, 2019
If you’re a senior financial professional in the public sector or work for a not-for-profit that follows PSAB standards, this annual event in the nation’s capital is the place to be.
November 7, 2019
Join CPA Canada’s Financial Literacy Program in Ottawa, our nation’s capital, as we look at the trends changing the economic landscape and how they will affect how Canadians manage their money.