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Chapter PD: Ethics
October 17, 2019
Join us on Thursday, October 17th, for our Chapter PD ethics sessions. These sessions will fulfill the CPA ethics requirement. The two sessions are: Business Ethics and the CPA Mindset & Ethical Dilemmas: The Thick Grey Line. Don’t forget to register for the 2019 Member Engagement Tour presentation and luncheon at 11:45 am.
|Date:||Thursday, October 17, 2019|
|Where:||Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre, Mezzanine Room, 1250 Rogers Way, Kamloops, BC|
|Time:||Session 1: 9:30 – 11:30 |Session 2: 2:00 – 4:00 | MET Luncheon: 11:45 am|
|Cost:||$65 + GST (per session)|
|CPD:||2 hours (per session)|
|To Register:||Click here|
Session 1: Real Business Ethics and the CPA Mindset – 9:30 – 11:30 – 2 CPD
The course will develop your ethical mindset, explain the breadth of business ethics today, help you understand where ethical risks may lie, and provide you with ideas and tools to integrate business ethics into your daily work and professional responsibilities. This seminar is for any CPA who is interested in encouraging an ethics-based culture in their organization.
Topics covered will include:
• Essential blocks of business ethics for a CPA, building upon the ethical principles of the CPABC Code of Professional Conduct
• Scope of business ethics today
• Integrating business ethics into your workplace
• Case studies to apply ethical principles
LUNCH – Don’t forget to register for the 2019 MET Lunch Buffet Presentation at 11:45 am (1CPD) – registration coming soon!
Session 2: Ethical Dilemmas: The Thick Grey Line 2:00 – 4:00 – 2 CPD
This course provides participants with opportunities to evaluate ethical scenarios in a variety of contexts that are realistic and representative of the CPA demographic (including industry, not-for-profit, public sector and public practice).
Participants will increase their competence and confidence in interpreting and applying the CPA Code of Professional Conduct to real-life workplace challenges.
This course will appeal to members who enjoy an actively engaging CPD setting using small group discussions and interactive polling to analyze real-life ethical scenarios.
The two-hour format will also appeal to members who choose to fulfill their ethics CPD requirement in smaller segments.
The course begins with a brief refresher of the CPA Code of Professional Conduct, followed by team-based evaluations of ethical scenarios and potential actions to determine where the line of acceptable behaviour is crossed. Small group discussions will be followed by larger group debriefs.
Reasonable familiarity with the CPA Code of Professional Conduct (or a legacy Code) is expected; participants will benefit from having gone through a prior CPA ethics course, but it is certainly not mandatory.
Content is applicable to all professional roles and all levels of previous experience.