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  • Financial support for CPA studies
  • Paid leave to attend courses and exams
  • Written policy explaining support available
  • Monitoring of academic progress in the CPA program
  • Clearly documented job descriptions
  • Relevant finance and accounting experience
  • Experience that enables CPA students to meet their CPA practical experience requirements within 30 months
  • Experience that prepares CPA employee to meet employer's long-term skill requirements
  • Opportunities for new professional experiences, responsibilities, and career growth
  • Qualified managers oversee training regime
  • Supervisors/managers provide support and resources to enable employees to meet work objectives, performance requirements and development needs
  • Supervisors are CPA professionals
  • Supervisors provide regular performance feedback, including review of the CPA practical experience requirements

Once employees have earned their professional designation, CPABC recommends the following support:

  • Individual development plans linked to organizational development plans, e.g., management development, succession, and change management programs
  • Individual development plans that are monitored and reviewed
  • Appropriate support and resources that allow employees to meet their continuing education requirements as set out by CPABC