Learn more about employment requirements and hands-on experience for the Chartered Accountants Program You can start your hands-on experience before you start the CA modules. You`ll find more information on skills and logbook to record your progress by referring to the corresponding downloads below. Your ca-mentor will oversee and assist your progress during the Chartered Accountants Program`s hands-on experience. The ideal mentor is an experienced accountant who works for your employer. If this is not an option, you can request an external CA tutoring as long as it meets the program requirements. If this is not an option, an experienced accountant is acceptable elsewhere. Practical skills are recorded in the candidate`s logbook. The logbook must be filled out and unsubscribed by your mentor while you have your work experience. They must demonstrate a Level 2 and Level 3 competency in at least two technical areas and level 3 in all non-technical areas. A Recognized Training Employer (AED) is an employer that provides work experience and training that meets the practical experience requirements of accountants. An accounting role is considered “relevant” if it involves deep experience in at least one of the following technical areas: Second, you must have a practical experience agreement with a recognized CA tutor. All mentors must be an experienced accountant, who is currently a member of Chartered Accountants ANZ, or a foreign organization also recognized (a member of the Global Accounting Alliance).

Complete your teaching training with professional experience and mentorship You are responsible for finding your own mentor. An experienced accountant in your work would be a good start. Mentors must be an experienced full member of CA, either at Chartered Accountants ANZ or a member of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), with which CA ANZ has a comprehensive recognition agreement. Please note that debtor/creditor rolls do not meet this requirement. . Tutoring is an opportunity to gain a significant influence on a candidate`s career through advice and support. Mentored Practical Experience is designed to enhance your professional evaluation, leadership and ability to work as a team. Find out when your course is planned and how much it will cost. Your mentor should provide career advice, support and insight into the accounting profession. Mentored Practical Experience ensures that your learning is applied in a professional context.

To become a certifier, you must complete the hands-on experience program to get the name. Your mentor and supervisor offer you permanent opportunities to develop and demonstrate your skills and to support and monitor your progress. As a mentor, you are expected to follow and support your candidates` progress throughout the Practical Experience component of the Chartered Accountant program. . You must work at least 17.5 hours per week in a relevant accounting role with a licensed employer. . If you are ready to apply as an accountant, your mentor will submit a report that will confirm your progress and success in your application. It is not necessary to have an authorized job during the study of the required CA program modules. However, you must meet the employment requirements before you can qualify for a full CA membership for up to eight years of provisional affiliation. Our mentor toolkit helps you create mentoring and candidate expectations and guide your candidate through the program. Their progress is regularly supervised and supervised by a mentor who: A Recognized Training Employer (RTE) is an internal rating system approved by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. You must demonstrate competency in at least two of the following technical areas: For more information, please see the following guidelines for tutors` practical experience and guidelines for candidates` practical experience; or contact them.