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.
Apprenticeship Completion Grant
The Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG) is a $2,000 taxable cash grant designed to encourage apprentices registered in a designated Red Seal trade to complete their apprenticeship program and receive their certification. Eligibility is retroactive to January 1, 2009. The completion grant will be offered to apprentices who complete their training,... More >
Apprenticeship Incentive Grant
The Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG) is a taxable cash grant of $1,000 per year, up to a maximum of $2,000 per person, available to registered apprentices once they have successfully completed their first or second year/level (or equivalent) of an apprenticeship program in one of the Red Seal trades. Is... More >
Alberta Volunteer Centres
Banff Volunteer Centre 302 Buffalo Street, Box 5148 Banff AB, T1L 1G3 Telephone: 403.762.4466 Fax: 403.762.4463 firstname.lastname@example.org www.volunteerbanff.ab.ca Volunteer Calgary Suite 1170, Kahanoff Centre 1202 Centre St SE Calgary, AB T2G 5A5 Telephone: 403.265.5633 Fax: 403.265.8981 email@example.com www.volunteercalgary.ab.ca Volunteer Centre of Camrose and District 3, 4516 â?? 54 Street Camrose,... More >
Volunteer Centres in Yukon
Yukon Volunteer Bureau P.O. Box 31107 3123 3rd Avenue Whitehorse, Y1A 5P7 tel: 867-456-4304 fax: 867-456-4302 www.volunteerbureau.yk.ca firstname.lastname@example.org More >
What is a Volunteer Centre?
Volunteer Centres are non-profit organizations or groups dedicated to fostering and developing volunteerism in the community as a whole. While other organizations contribute to sustaining our national heritage of volunteering through their programs and outreach, Volunteer Centres serve the broadest membership: including volunteers and organizations/volunteer-involving organizations. Volunteer Centres reach across... More >
Atlantic Canada Volunteer Centres
Miramichi Volunteer Services Inc. 65 Henry Street Miramichi, E1V 1N4 Tel: 506-622-6565 Fax: 506-622-2933 email@example.com Centre de benevolat de la peninsule acadienne 220, boul St Pierre Ouest, suite 100 Caraquet, E1W 1A5 Tel: 506-727-1860 Fax: 506-727-1862 firstname.lastname@example.org Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick Inc. 236 St. George Street, Suite 315... More >
Ironworkers (generalists) work with both structural/ornamental and reinforcing steel materials. They install structural/ornamental steel components, precast concrete members and glued laminated timber products (glulam) and place reinforcing steel in commercial, industrial, institutional and large residential buildings, towers, bridges and stadiums. They erect pre-engineered buildings and ornamental ironwork such as curtain... More >
All about Volunteering
Volunteering may be one of the most valuable experiences of your life. It's a double win: your community or cause benefits from your work and you benefit from your experiences. Why volunteer? 1. Volunteering is a great way to get work experience! You learn new skills by trying new jobs.... More >