Education: You must have completed:
1. A university degree with specific business course credits
2. The professional program in your province or territory
This level of education will provide you with the sound base of knowledge you will need to develop the skills and the values necessary to demonstrate competence. Check with your Provincial Institute/Ordre for course/program specifics.
Experience: You must have work experience gained in a CA Training Office under the supervision of experienced CAs. CA Training Offices include CA Firms, leading corporations and government organizations that have recognized CA Training Programs in place. This training is essential in helping you develop the skills, the attributes and the values of a competent CA.
Applying to become a CA student: You can apply directly to these CA Training Offices or meet with their representatives when they recruit on your university campus. For more details contact your Provincial Institute/Ordre.
Evaluation and Assessment are central to determining the competence of CA students. Consequently, you will be assessed continually throughout your development â?? in your university programs, in the professional education programs, and on the job. All CA candidates must sit the Uniform Evaluation (UFE). The UFE is the most important element in the continual process of developing, assessing, and judging the level of your knowledge, skills and professional values against those required by a CA. This three-day evaluation gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your professional competency by responding to simulated business challenges of the kinds likely to be faced by newly qualified CAs.
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