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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Opportunity lies in times of rapid change. Environments with constant disruption require skilled and diverse audit committee members. Industry experts discuss strategies to help you anticipate change to benefit your board and organization.

This summit provides women leaders with a unique opportunity to gain new insights and learn directly from other successful professional women working in firms, business, industry, not-for-profits, academia and government.

This course (formerly Corporate Reorganizations) explores the most up-to-date issues, techniques and strategies for corporate reorganizations.

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.

This course (formerly Advanced Tax Issues for the Owner-Managed Business) is designed for tax professionals in estate planning, retirement and succession planning, or others who work in industry and want to expand their knowledge.

This comprehensive course provides definitive training for professionals providing audit, assurance and other services to brokers and investment dealers. Get up to date on the regulation issues, risk management and accounting considerations affecting the securities industry.

This in-residence course (formerly Income Tax Practice) provides a sound understanding of the Income Tax Act, an appreciation of the critical issues in current legislation and major changes proposed for the future.

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.

A modern forecast that is dynamic and flexible can significantly improve your ability to account for multiple scenarios and assess the impact of business decisions.

Stay up-to-date on critical commodity tax issues and network with peers from government, industry and practice at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event.

Most businesses use the Internet to connect with customers, promote work and stay competitive, but they may not understand common security pitfalls. Explore best practices that will help you maximize impact and reduce online risk.

Deepen your knowledge about transfer pricing and international operations during this three-day, in-person course taught by leading Canadian experts.

The ONE is Canada’s must-attend, multi-track CPA event of the year. Stay at the top of your game with future-focused sessions, thought-provoking keynotes, prime networking opportunities and a first-class exhibition floor.

Boost your knowledge of the fundamental tax issues facing Canadian multinational corporations with foreign operations by attending our in-depth, on-site course.

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.

Strong communication skills are critical for financial leaders. In this virtual classroom, you will learn how to create and deliver effective presentations that resonate with stakeholders and drive decision making.

This course explores the ever-changing GST/HST legislation and guidance for financial institutions and services, including pensions. Get the practical insights and solutions you need to successfully apply your knowledge in real-life transaction and compliance situations.

This webinar, part of CPA Canada’s IFRS webinar series, provides you with the latest updates on issues of relevance to Canadian public companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.

Effective budgeting and operational planning is the backbone of sustainable and profitable business models. This virtual classroom offering, new from CPA Canada, digs deeper into the role of operational and successful financial planning.

Support your clients at every life stage and become a year-round resource for your clients with the Advanced Personal Planning curriculum’s leading technical guidance from esteemed thought leaders.

Attend the Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group meeting in-person or virtually via livestream. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion in real time along with those attending in person.

The rapidly evolving pace of technology is changing how we do business. Come together with technology investment decision-makers to develop strategic solutions and explore what the future holds.

This comprehensive two-part course delivers the latest indirect tax resources, techniques and business tools to help you succeed.

A strategic approach to finance is the backbone of sustainable forecasting models. Dig deeper into the impact your operational planning and budgeting have on financial stability and service delivery in the public sector.

This webinar highlights some key financial reporting issues faced by First Nations and discusses the evolution of public sector accounting standards to address the unique needs of First Nations.

Understanding how pricing and customer profitability affect your bottom line is the first step toward maximizing it. This self-paced online course will help increase your understanding and support better decision-making for pricing and profitability.

Watch this video course to get the essential skills needed to recruit, create contractual provisions, and exercise optimal retention practices for the Millennial generation in small to medium-sized firms.

Are you a senior professional who manages core elements of your company’s IT audit, governance or security responsibilities? Come explore the latest challenges and opportunities in technology that are transforming the way we do business.

This webinar discusses current developments that will affect your firm, including the review engagement standard, the redeemable preferred shares standard, proposed restrictions to income splitting and how technology can help automate your practice.

Step back from tax law and examine the skills required of practitioners facing tax controversy. This course (formerly Navigating and Resolving Tax Disputes) uses a mix of lecture, case studies and group discussion.

Change is inevitable. But it can also be a powerful catalyst for a better future. At this event, learn how to leverage the opportunities that disruption brings to increase the impact of your organization's work.

Learn about the latest version of the income sprinkling rules, what these new rules mean, where there are areas of uncertainty and how to effectively plan under this new regime.

This webinar will focus on service enhancements and changes for the T1 filing season and provide an update on the concrete deliverables that the CRA will implement and their impact on CPAs.

Do you represent or advise a Canadian NFP organization, or are you a user of not-for-profit entities’ financial reports? If so, get to know the latest financial reporting developments that may change your financial statements.

Keep your career in government moving forward by completing the final component of Level II in the Public Sector Certificate Program. This two-day capstone session is offered both in-person and via virtual classroom.

Opportunity lies in times of rapid change. Environments with constant disruption require skilled and diverse audit committee members. Industry experts discuss strategies to help you anticipate change to benefit your board and organization.

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