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Sound judgement is essential when performing a successful external audit. Learn why it’s important to practice professional skepticism and what the consequences are when you don’t.
Professional skepticism is an important part of the approach auditors must take in their work, and a foundational value for the profession.
In this online course, you will complete four modules that use interactive case studies, theory, and real-life perspectives from fellow CPAs to explore professional skepticism.
You will also learn about the potential consequences of not practicing this core competency and have a chance to discuss its importance for navigating change and new technologies.
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This material in this webinar is provided for educational purposes only. Although it has been carefully prepared and reviewed, CPA Canada cannot accept legal responsibility for its contents or for any consequences arising from its use.
Ethics are the core foundation of what auditors bring to the general public. Learn why it’s important to embrace ethics, and how your judgment has a significant impact on the audit profession’s values and services.
An essential resource for performing high-quality, cost-effective assurance, and compilation and compliance engagements for small and medium-sized entities, the PEG provides valuable guidance to help practitioners consistently apply the professional standards.
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.