2018 Fall Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Conference

The Fall Continuing Professional Development Conference is CPA New Brunswick’s largest annual CPD event, traditionally attracting more than 500 participants, and featuring sessions on a wide variety of topics such as technical accounting, assurance, management, professional and personal skills, and more.

Event Details

Location and date:
Saint John October 30 - November 2, 2018

The Fall Continuing Professional Development Conference is CPA New Brunswick’s largest annual CPD event, traditionally attracting more than 500 participants, and featuring sessions on a wide variety of topics such as technical accounting, assurance, management, professional and personal skills, and more!

Session and Registration Fees


Registration

Please register online at mycpawebservices.ca/events, or download & complete the registration form and return by post, fax, or e-mail to:

CPA New Brunswick Conference
860 Main Street, Suite 602
Moncton, NB E1C 1G2
Fax: (506) 830-3310
Email: jrichard@cpanewbrunswick.ca

Please note that payment must be made in full in order to complete registration. The deadline to register is by Friday, October 19, 2018.

Cancellation

Cancellation requests on Conference Passports or for individual sessions must be submitted to CPA New Brunswick in writing.

CPA New Brunswick will issue pro-rated refunds:

  • 80% refund until September 21
  • 50% refund until October 5
  • No refunds after October 5

A $50 administration fee will apply to course and registration changes.

View the agenda

Special offers/promotions

Save up to 25% by Purchasing a Conference Passport

Did you know you can save up to 25% by registering for a Conference Passport? This option offers you four full days of sessions (28 verifiable CPD hours) for $1,200 (regular price is $1,600).

Combined with the Early Bird discount, you can save up to $640 on your registration!

Conference Passports are limited to the purchaser and cannot be shared or transferred.

Early Bird Discount

Choose your sessions and register by 4 pm on Friday, September 7 to save 20% on the purchase of Conference Passports or individual sessions.

In addition, you will be eligible to win a complimentary weekend stay (including breakfast for two), graciously provided by the Hilton Saint John. The winning entry will be drawn on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.

Please act quickly as many sessions have limited seating.

Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.


Pricing & registration

Who should attend?

CPA New Brunswick members, candidates, and business professionals.

More Details:

Session Descriptions

Advanced Tax Planning Strategies
This full-day seminar provides a comprehensive review of various anti-avoidance provisions designed to prevent or discourage aggressive tax planning.

The day includes an examination of the general anti-avoidance rule, shareholder benefit provisions, arm’s length relationships, expense deductibility, inadequate consideration, attribution provisions, stop-loss provisions, surplus stripping, association and more.

Various tax planning strategies are presented that are divided into four main categories; restructuring asset profiles, sale of business, use of partnerships and use of trusts. Factual scenarios are provided in the materials that address objectives, statutory provisions, case law, results and risk analysis.
Armand Iratunga, CPA, CA ; Marc D. Léger, M.Fisc.

Corporate Treasury Management
This course is being offered to provide treasury professionals and financial managers alike that are looking to gain an understanding of the treasury function, and apply the fundamental principles of the treasury function within the finance department of their organizations.
Joe Marchello, CPA, CA, CFP

NFPO & Registered Charities: Accounting & Taxation Issues
This seminar will address accounting and income tax issues specific to organizations carried on for not-for-profit or charitable purposes.

Not-for-profit accounting, tax and reporting rules are substantially different from those applicable to private sector organizations.

Without a solid understanding of these rules, individuals in financial reporting positions with these organizations may encounter difficulties meeting their reporting requirements.
Jules Hawkins, CPA, CA

Assurance Standards Update 2018
Designed to review recent revisions to the CPA Canada Handbook–Assurance and other practice matters, this session is divided into two parts: one is for auditors, and the other is for review, compilations, and other services.

This seminar will examine new auditing standards issued, with an overview of projects in progress, and other issues such as auditing accounting estimates and other developments of interest to auditors. Audit practice issues identified by practice advisory and/or practice inspection will also be reviewed. This will be beneficial for professional accountants who audit small and medium-sized entities. This seminar provides an overview of current developments in audit standards.

The session will also focus on new developments for review engagements and compilations, with an overview of projects in progress. Related practice issues identified by practice advisory and/or practice inspection will also be reviewed, particularly with respect to the application and reporting under CSRE 2400 Review Engagements. This will be of benefit to professional accountants who perform review engagements and compilations of small and medium-sized entities that are private or not-for-profit entities. This seminar provides an overview of current developments in other-than-audit standards.
Jeremy Mallais, CPA, CA

Improve Controls Over Spreadsheets and Reduce Errors
Most companies employ a number of spreadsheets in their information and decision-making activities. The ease with which spreadsheets can be created makes them useful as an information processing or analytical tool but without adequate controls they can be a source of significant errors and control deficiencies. Almost any employee can create, access, manipulate, and distribute spreadsheet data. As a result, almost any employee can make a critical error while manually entering data or configuring formulas. There is a need to balance ease, flexibility and portability against the importance of reliable information for management’s use.

This half day course focuses on Spreadsheet Controls which would make the whole process of using spreadsheets more effective and efficient and would show how to redesign and enhance spreadsheets to reduce likelihood of error and facilitate the use of spreadsheets as analytical tools for all types of organizations (publicly traded, private, governmental or not-for profit). Following these processes and controls for spreadsheets would also ensure compliance with the CEO/CFO Certification requirements.
Massood Oroomchi, B.Sc. (Econ.), FCA (UK)

Changing Face of Management, The
The workplace is undergoing significant changes. New values and increased expectations are changing the way staff are responding to their managers and supervisors. They are demanding a more relational management and supervisory approach. Respect is now seen as a non-negotiable entitlement. Old ways of managing staff are losing effectiveness. Today’s new workplace requires a new management style. A large number of managers and supervisors feel that they are lacking critical understanding and skills they need to manage their staff correctly.

A report from the Ken Blanchard Organization states: “Many managers and supervisors are not properly equipped to manage today’s new workforce.”

The result is a decrease in effort given to the job and an increase in HR issues which distract staff from their work which in turn results in negative impact on productivity and even the bottom line. The changes in staff values and expectations has prompted The Changing Face of Management. Managers need to know how to manage relationally… the same holds true for supervisors. They need to know how to develop positive working relationships with their staff. And they need to know how to work at a relational level to get the cooperation, compliance and commitment they need from their people. Managing work-flow and targets is not enough, today’s managers and supervisors need to be “HR sensitive”, knowing how to manage the expectations of their people.
Stephen P. Franklin

Quality Control: Review of CSQC1
Every public practice firm providing assurance engagements is required to comply with the quality control standards as set out in Canadian Standards for Quality Control (“CSQC1”). This course is designed to assist sole practitioners and small firms in understanding the requirements of the standard and how the requirements may be applied in a small firm environment. The course is structured based on the CPA Canada Quality Assurance Manual subscription, however the topics and ideas may be integrated into any customized firm template.

Although there have been few changes in the quality control standards for a number of years this session is offered annually to assist practitioners in meeting the requirements. Practitioners who are new to public practice, new to the provision of assurance engagements or those who are looking for suggestions in updating the firm’s quality control function should attend this session.

This course uses CPA Canada’s Quality Assurance Manual sample and related resources as a starting point for the firm’s quality control documentation.

Note that requirements specific to firms providing services to publicly accountable entities will not be covered.
Sean Greene, CPA, CA

Accelerated Financial Close Process and Enhance the Close Controls
The objective of this half-day course is to provide participants with a practical understanding of the best practices in financial close processes.
Massood Oroomchi, B.Sc. (Econ.), FCA (UK)

Team Dynamics
The days of Command and Control management style ("do it because I'm the boss and I said so… do it or else") are over. Work is being re-defined, particularly, how we are managed and why we do our work. Under Command and Control, individuals did their work because they were afraid not to. That dynamic is rapidly fading away.

This session looks at the working agreement that needs to be acknowledged and accepted by all staff. It helps each staff to better understand what the company or organization needs from them, and why those levels of cooperation, compliance and commitment are necessary. It highlights the fact that work is mostly done in teams as opposed to an individualistic approach. It looks at the critical importance of being a positive member of the team, and what being a positive team member looks like.

Team Dynamics shows staff what cooperation, compliance and commitment means from the company's perspective, and helps them understand why they need to be willling to give these things to their job, and to their manager/ supervisor on a consistent basis. They gain an understanding on the importance of cooperating with corporates goals, objectives and values; of complying with direction and with processes and procedures; and of commitment to the success of their team, their department and ultimately the company they work for. We also look at the significant impact of "anti-team" behaviours, such as tardiness, negativity, resistance to change, disrespect to co-workers, etc.

For many managers and supervisors, this is "the talk" they desperately want their people to hear.
Stephen P. Franklin

Revue des concepts fondamentaux en gestion de la performance
The evolving economic environment in which financial managers work obliges them to follow best practices in performance management as well as stay abreast of emerging practices.

This training session provides an overview of leading and emerging practices for a well-performing finance function and organization.
Francine Gélinas, FCPA, FCA

Income Tax Update 2018
Providing a detailed summary of tax law changes in the past year, this seminar examines current changes and relevant issues in taxation that affect individuals and most businesses in the private sector. Learn how the current levels of personal and corporate tax rates affect and possibly change accepted tax planning techniques. A review of the current integration of personal and corporate tax rates is provided.

The proposals from the Federal Budget, as well as other sources of information from the Department of Finance and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), including news releases, draft legislation, CRA technical interpretations and tax cases, are discussed together with other particular subjects of current relevance and interest. Course coverage will be largely restricted to changes in the last year.
Joe Marchello, CPA, CA, CFP

Audit Engagements: Review of Standards
Developed with the needs of professional accountants working in public practice in mind, this seminar provides a solid foundation in the practical application of the Canadian Auditing Standards (CAS) to audit engagements. Participants are given an opportunity to build on their understanding of the standards, with an emphasis on areas identified as common pitfalls in national practice inspection findings.

Using a case study approach, participants practice applying the standards to a set of client-specific facts. The case study is based on the audit of a moderately complex for-profit private company. Participants will also explore the key elements of documenting an engagement working paper file including, planning, engagement execution, and reporting.
David Strong, CPA, CA

ASPE Disclosure and Presentation: from Standards to Words
This seminar reviews the reality and best practices for disclosure and presentation requirements of Part II – Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE), from cash to cash flow; from financial instruments to equity instruments; and from the known to the contingent. The seminar will start with a basic private enterprise financial statement, showing the common presentation and disclosure requirements and will then build on those statements with additional disclosure and presentation matters. Each disclosure and presentation requirement of ASPE will be reviewed and examples will be provided (sample financial statements are developed during the seminar).

The seminar will be delivered primarily through discussion of examples with some exercises.
Jules Hawkins, CPA, CA

Concise Understanding of Governance, Risk and Compliance, A
This full day course provides an understanding of the Governance, Risk and Compliance Programs (“GRC”) and demonstrates how to integrate these Programs with the Company’s daily business activities. It provides a comprehensive understanding of effective governance techniques at all levels including the Board, the Executive Team and management level.

The Risk Management portion of the course provides an understanding of Risk Management Methodologies and how to support the governance requirements and how to integrate the program with internal audit, internal control and compliance activities. The third element of the course provides an understanding of effective Compliance Programs and how to integrate these activities with the governance and risk management elements of the GRC program. The course also provides linkage between the GRC Programs and the 2013 COSO. This course provides a comprehensive articulation of best practices in Governance, Risk and compliance.
Massood Oroomchi, B.Sc. (Econ.), FCA (UK)

Business Valuations: Advanced (formerly Business Valuations: Beyond the Basics)
This seminar gives participants a more detailed insight into some of the more complex issues associated with business valuations. Participants are introduced to topics such as cost of capital, terminal value quantification, synergy calculations, valuation discounts, and valuing securities other than common shares.

Note: Please bring a calculator as it may be used during class.
Tony Gogan, CPA, CA, CBV

HR Essentials
CPAs commonly get saddled with HR responsibilities or are required to make decisions with serious HR impact. What are the things that get forgotten, the things where sometimes we don’t know what we don’t know and can get in trouble? Veteran human resources and labour relations expert George Raine will discuss the biggest HR pitfalls for organizations large and small and give practical, clear, and entertaining advice about how to keep your business out of trouble.
George Raine, CPHR

Leading Through Questions
Most leaders are very good at telling things to people – here’s where we’re going; this is what you should do; I don’t like your approach; let me tell you why you’re wrong. But managers frequently overlook the power of asking “discovery” questions and really listening to the answers.

Questions prompt others to think differently. Using questions to lead seems like the sort of thing you already know how to do, but it’s a lot harder at first than it seems. This interactive session helps participants unlock the power of questions to awaken new insights and understanding in our coworkers.
George Raine, CPHR

Revue des concepts fondamentaux en information décisionelle
This training session focuses on a review of basic concepts in performance management to guide strategic and operational development and decision-making processes.

At the end of the session, participants will be able to summarize these concepts and apply them on a daily basis to analysis of an organization’s operations.
Francine Gélinas, FCPA, FCA

Purchase & Sale of a Business: Income Tax & Related Issues
This seminar will provide an understanding of income tax issues with respect to the purchase and sale of a business and will have comments on other issues in a purchase or sale of a business. At least six cases, including one on family succession, will be introduced for application of technical issues.

Prerequisite: Familiarity with the ITA and in giving advice to clients.
Amy Beaman, CPA, CA ; Meghan Greene, CPA, CA

Audit Engagements: Application of the Standard Using PEG
This course provides a clear road map (workflow) with practical guidance on how to perform effective and efficient small to medium sized audit engagements. Many practitioners across Canada use the Professional Engagement Guide (PEG) and its forms, but they may not aware of how best to complete them or how they all fit together. This course provides the answers. It outlines the step by step audit methodology contained in Volume 2 of PEG.

This course will equip participants on how to plan an audit, identify and respond to risks, customize work programs, manage work as it progresses and communicate findings on a timely basis. Use of the PEG methodology can save valuable engagement time/resources and provide the linkages between risk assessment, risk response and reporting.

Using the PEG methodology, this course will address some of the key problem areas encountered in practice and often reported in the provincial practice inspection findings related to audit. This includes identifying risks, particularly at the financial statement level, developing fraud scenarios and then responding to such risks, identifying relevant internal controls and practical guidance on the extent of testing.

This course contains a number of real world examples and practical exercises’ to illustrate and reinforce the key points being raised. It will also provide examples of some completed PEG forms, along with a scenario video presentation of an effective audit planning meeting.
David Strong, CPA, CA

ASPE: Related Party Transactions
Deficiencies in the accounting for and disclosure of related party transactions have regularly been reported by practice review. This one-day course is designed to address the challenges private enterprise accountants and service providers encounter with respect to the measurement and disclosure of related party transactions and balances under Part II – Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE).

This seminar will review ASPE, Section 3840 - Related Party Transactions, and address the common challenges encountered.

Prerequisite: Familiarity with Part II – ASPE.
Jules Hawkins, CPA, CA

Professional Skepticism: A Questioning Mindset
There is no shortage of audit failures to reference. Auditing with a skeptical mind is harder than it looks and is cited by many auditing regulators as one of the leading causes of audit failures around the globe. In fact, we will review some of the leading cases that demonstrate what happens when auditor’s lack adequate professional skepticism.
In this highly interactive session, we will confront professional skepticism head on and give participants new perspective on how to apply professional skepticism in a practical context.

This is a fun and active learning session where participants will work with and against each other to practice professional skepticism under a variety of circumstances. Participants will walk away with new insights which will make them more effective financial professionals no matter what role they play.
Blair Cook, CPA, CA, MBA

Interpreting Financial Statements
Regardless of their career choice, professional accountants will always be called upon to review and interpret financial information, and respond to the question “What are these statements telling you?” For many, this is a skill that may have become rusty over time, perhaps by seeing the same company month after month, or being rushed to report on the annual statements. Being able to quickly, confidently and thoroughly interpret financial information – to answer the question “What are these statements telling you? - is a critical skill that all professional accountants need in their toolbox.

The first part of the seminar will establish a base from which to launch our analysis of financial information. Through financial statement examples, this seminar will strengthen your ability to interpret financial statements by re-familiarizing yourself with key accounting guidelines and reporting issues that impact analysis. The merits and pitfalls of representative earnings, ratio and trend analysis will also be discussed.

This seminar is extremely hands-on as we will be using working on exercises throughout the day.
Keith Martin, CPA, CA

Mastering Difficult Conversations
The most important conversations are often the most difficult ones to initiate and navigate. Are you letting fear and emotion get in the way of the really important conversations needed to advance your relationships, career and life? Or perhaps you simply don’t know where to start?

You are not alone. Communication skills are essential to your success, yet most professionals struggle to turn difficult conversations into opportunities to strengthen relationships and resolve issues.

If you manage a team or serve in a leadership role then you will benefit from this interactive workshop covering critical topics to help you master difficult conversations.
Jennifer Murray, CPHR

Recruitment Strategies for High-Performance Teams
What are the crucial elements a team must possess to perform at its highest potential?

By reviewing current trends and carefully examining the make-up of a performance driven team, this session will go each stage of the high-performance recruitment strategy. From building parameters to identify and then attract key players to properly assessing their aptitude and fit and ensuring their retention, this session will provide participants with all of the necessary tools to ensure they are creating a high potential, quality driven workforce.

The session will include theory, break out exercises and reverse Q&A, designed to facilitate conversation amongst participants around each of the key elements of high-performance team building.
Scott McGaw, BComm

Dossier modèle en mission d'examen
Using the review engagement file of a fictitious entity, this activity aimed at experienced practitioners enables participants to deepen their knowledge of the new requirements and benefit from practical advice in order to properly apply the new standard.
Michel C. Lavigne, FCPA, FCA

GST/HST: Specific Topics (formerly named GST/HST: Beyond the Basics and GST/HST: Refresher for Professionals)
Failure to be aware of the complexities of the GST and HST can result in lost opportunities, or worse, large tax assessments.

Further concepts related to the application and the recovery of GST/HST will be discussed. More collection issues will be presented including early payment discounts and the treatment of bad debts. There will be an overview of the definition of “consideration” and the importance of proper characterization and identification of taxable supplies.

A review of input tax credit entitlement issues will focus on common recovery issues encountered by registrants including reimbursements.

As well, additional cross border issues will be presented including the new drop-shipment rules. Plus, an overview of some hot topics related to real property, sale of a business and the health care industry will also be presented.

Participants will be exposed to more GST and HST topics and issues accompanied by relevant everyday examples. At the end of the day, attendees will have been exposed to an abundant of GST/HST issues. This information will be extremely useful to CPAs and students and for those who work with sales taxes on a daily basis will be able to reaffirm their knowledge with this sales tax review and receive an update on what is new and what issues are trending.
Pierre Cormier, CPA, CA

Review Engagements: Application of the Standard (formerly Review Engagements: Practical Application of CSRE 2400)
A new standard on review engagements came into effect for reviews of financial statements and financial information for periods ending on or after December 14, 2017. This training activity is essential to experienced practitioners who have already taken note of the requirements of the new standard CSRE 2400 and are aware of the differences with the requirements of the previous standard.

Using extracts of a review engagement file for a fictitious entity, this activity, which is aimed at an experienced clientele, allows the participant to deepen their knowledge of the new requirements and to benefit from practical advice in order to properly apply them.

It is recommended to have a good knowledge of the new standard before enrolling in this activity.
Michel C. Lavigne, FCPA, FCA

Management Accounting Foundations
For professional accountants that have not exercised those management accounting muscles in some time (maybe since university), this course will help participants apply management accounting concepts to generate new ideas for problem solving.

Common associations with management accounting include cost accounting, break even analysis and variance analysis. However, management accounting concepts include so much more such as organizational behavior and employee motivation. It is exciting to learn that the world of management accounting includes, for example, research on workplace altruism by renowned Wharton School Professor Adam Grant. And at the center of all these concepts in management accounting is their application to creative problem solving.

Participants will work through problems, case studies and collaborate with their peers to discuss how they can use management accounting information and tools to help solve challenges within their organizations.
Matthew Wegener, PhD

Behind Boardroom Doors
This one-day session uses a blend of case-based learning with presentations of thought leadership on achieving governance excellence in any organization, be it in a non-profit, government, private, or public entity. The course is designed to look at how the boardroom functions from the perspective of developing more effective directors and the executives they appoint.

A strong board of directors presents any organization with the opportunity to achieve a point of competitive differentiation, yet sadly, the reality is just the opposite - Boards that are overly cautious and caught up in the semantics of governing. A situation often characterized by discussions that rarely moves beyond backward-looking, critical assessments of performance. Instead, executives and Board chairs should encourage and facilitate the contribution of their board and individual directors.

These collective talents can meaningfully improve strategic management, leadership development, and organizational performance.
Blair Cook, CPA, CA, MBA

Essential Topics for Controllers
You’ve done that before, right? You can handle that for us, right? How many times as our career develops as a financial manager do we hear those statements? And how many times is “that” a task that you don’t feel all that comfortable performing?

We are inundated in our professional training by opportunities to develop our technical, financial-based skills. However, as we move along in our career, we discover a whole other set of skills that need development. As a financial manager, those soft skills, as well as your technical abilities, will define your career and determine your advancement.

This seminar will deal with seven topic areas that you will be expected to be proficient at, or at least have knowledge of, as your career progresses.
Keith Martin, CPA, CA

Leadership: Ethical Challenges
As visionary role models, leaders play an integral role in developing and sustaining an ethical climate and values-based culture within an organization. In this seminar, we explore the elements of moral character, dimensions of leadership, ethical challenges of leadership, and perspectives on creating and sustaining an ethical culture.

This session includes theory, case studies, and discussion. The session is designed to allow participants to consider and share their leadership knowledge and experience. We will explore some of the ethical challenges of leadership that may present themselves as we lead others, advance to a new leadership role, or contribute to strengthening the ethical culture within our organization.
Maureen Gillis, CPA, CA

Finding Flow: The Art and Science of Motivation
Researchers continue to learn more about the human brain, human drives and motivation, including why it matters whether someone loves to win or hates to lose. Motivation is a complex phenomenon. Our effectiveness in managing our teams for great performance will inherently be affected by the individuals, their motivational tendencies and the environment we create.

In this seminar, we will take an in-depth look at recent motivational theory and explore how we might apply what researchers have learned in today's work environment.
Maureen Gillis, CPA, CA

NCECF : Présentation des états financiers et information à fournir
This training activity, presented using an ASPE financial statement, is designed for experienced practitioners involved in the preparation of financial information or in the quality-control phase. It essentially focuses on certain particularities and practical advice directly related to financial statement presentation and disclosure.
Sophie Bureau, CPA, CA

Venue[s] and Accommodation[s]

Venue[s]:

Saint John Trade and Convention Centre
1 Market Square, Saint John, NB E2L 4Z6
t.:(506) 693-1327

If you’re not from the area, finding a parking space can be intimidating. Prepare ahead by using Uptown Saint John’s Parking Map.


Accommodation[s]:

Hilton Saint John
1 Market Square, Saint John, NB E2L 4Z6
t.:(506) 693-8484

CPA New Brunswick has a special rate at the Hilton Saint John starting at $149 per night for a standard room. Quantities are limited, and this rate will only be only available until Friday, October 12, 2018.

If you’re not from the area, finding a parking space can be intimidating. Prepare ahead by using Uptown Saint John’s Parking Map.


Frequently asked questions:

Are there any sponsorship opportunities available?

CPA New Brunswick offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to suit any budget.

For further details, please click HERE.

What if I need Course Material?

In an effort to reduce waste, course material will not be printed and distributed, this year. Participants will receive an e-mail containing digital copies of their course materials approximately one week prior to the conference.

When will the Registration Desk be open?

Name badges, session schedules, conference information, and a delegate welcome packages will be available at the Registration Desk. All participants are required to register upon arrival in order to ensure their corresponding CPD credits are allocated to their profiles.

The Registration Desk will be open from 7:15 am to 4:30 pm from Tuesday, October 30 to Friday, November 2.

What about my Meals?

Conference meals (breakfasts and lunch) will be provided at no additional cost to registered participants on the day(s) of their session(s). We ask that all participants please choose their meals upon registration.

Hotel staff will be advised of any allergy and/or dietary restrictions in advance. Please alert your server so they may retrieve your special meal, if applicable.

How will my CPD Hours be attributed?

Full-day sessions are comprised of 7 hours of CPD, and half-day sessions of 3 ½ hours of CPD.

Certain sessions include an Ethics component, such as:

•    Professional Skepticism: A Questioning Mindset to Address the Risk of Fraud and Error: 1 hour
•    Behind Boardroom Doors: Become a More Effective Executive/Director: 1 hour
•    Advanced Tax Planning Strategies: 1 hour
•    Audit Engagements – Review of the Standards: 1 hour
•    Corporate Treasury Management: 2 hours
•    Quality Control – Review of CSQC1: 30 minutes
•    Leadership: Ethical Challenges: 3.5 hours

During each session, you will be asked to sign an attendance sheet as proof that you were present. Using these, the CPA New Brunswick office will load your CPD hours into your profile the week following the event.

Contacts

Please contact:

Joëlle Richard, Coordinator, Professional Development and Member Events
Tel: (506) 830-3300
Email: jrichard@cpanewbrunswick.ca