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A hands-on capstone experience to complete the Audit Committee Certificate. Apply what you’ve learned in the pre-requisite courses through group case studies that examine real-life issues in financial reporting, management relations, fraud and more.
This interactive workshop is a structured capstone experience and the final learning component of the Audit Committee Certificate. It will be facilitated in a live virtual environment by Canadian leaders in audit, with their expertise guiding you and fellow program participants through a series of applied learning activities.
Group work is focused on tackling case studies on topics such as:
The workshop will be offered in a half-day format. The next session takes place in January 2024 with a maximum of 25 participants. The deadline to register for this session is January 12, 2024. Stay tuned for additional dates!
Note: To earn the Audit Committee Certificate, you must successfully complete the full program, which includes four online courses as well as this workshop. Since the workshop is a capstone, it cannot be taken on its own. The on-demand courses are a mandatory prerequisite.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
What are the registration requirements?
It is mandatory for you to complete all four online courses in the Audit Committee Certificate prior to enrollment in this workshop.
Is workshop available on demand?
No – the workshop will take place live, online, in real time. You will need to actively attend and participate on the date you select.
Is the workshop available in-person?
Currently, the workshop will be offered exclusively on a virtual platform. However, CPA Canada may review the potential to host in-person in the future, if and when logistics permit around COVID-19.
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