PD and Events Guide

Professional development resources help enhance your career and professional growth through offerings such as conferences, courses, webinars and other special events. Filter by topic, type or time to find the resource most relevant to you.

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Forensic accounting and valuation services come together in Atlanta for one of the most interactive cross-discipline learning events of the year. This is a must-attend conference for you and your entire staff.

Are you a Canadian private enterprise or not-for-profit organization, an advisor to one, or a user of financial reports? Learn about upcoming and future changes to Part II and Part III of the CPA Canada Handbook.

Learn about the results of the government not-for-profit consultations and some of the actions PSAB has taken to address some of the issues raised.

Attend the IFRS Discussion Group meeting in Winnipeg — from anywhere in the world. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion along with those attending in person.

Learn about the key features of the Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB)’s Statement of Concepts, A Revised Conceptual Framework for the Canadian Public Sector .

Making analytical decisions based on robust financial information is key to financial success and sustainability. This virtual classroom offering, new from CPA Canada, focuses on creating better strategic forecasts for organizations and improving cash flow management.

Are you a Canadian private agricultural producer, an advisor to one, or a user of agricultural producers’ financial reports? Learn about the proposed guidance for agriculture.

Learn about the new exposure drafts for compilation engagements standard, and CAS 315, developments in accounting for cryptocurrencies, reporting of key performance indicators, passive income proposals from the 2018 budget, and working with Millennials.

Learn about cryptocurrencies, related regulatory developments and the primary issues involved in accounting for them under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

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