Designated accounting professionals (active and in good standing) from an international accounting body that is listed as a ‘Member Organization’ of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) are eligible to apply for CPAWSB IFAC Member Assessment for advanced standing into the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP).
CPABC and CPAWSB guest speakers will present an overview of the academic and work experience exemptions (bridging) granted under this pathway, explain the steps on how to apply, documents required, fees and duration of the CPA program. Participants will also learn about the examination materials available to them, academic and employment resources, and much more. Learn how to start and what to expect as an IFAC member in this live webinar. Includes audience Q&A.
Please note, if you are an active member in good standing from an International Accounting Body that has an existing reciprocity agreement (MRA, RMA, MOU) with CPA Canada, please apply directly via your reciprocity agreement as referenced on the CPABC website Internationally Designated Accountants (bccpa.ca) for persons residing in BC.
Sheila Cheung, BA, RISIA
Student Recruitment Officer
Chartered Professional Accountants of BC
CPA Western School of Business