CPA Ontario – CPA Pathways with Welch LLP | September 8

| September 2, 2021
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Unsure of the pros and cons of different pathways to the CPA designation? Want to know the difference between PEP, Gdip or Masters? Join CPA Ontario for a session with Welch LLP. Hear from current CPA students taking different approaches to their CPA designations with the Welch LLP CPA Student Program and learn more about the opportunities Welch LLP has to offer.

What you need to know:

  • Don’t have a CPA Ontario account?
    • Create your free account at cpaontario.ca/signup
      • Be sure to follow “special character” instructions for password creation
    • A confirmation with your CPA Ontario ID number will be e-mailed to you
    • Click on the link to confirm your account creation
  • Only students who are registered in the Post-Secondary Ambassador Program (PSAP) program can access the event
    • Participation in the PSAP program is a $10 annual fee
    • PSAP is designed to help students meet employers and professionals, give them the skills that are in-demand, and provide industry insights and practice
    • To register for PSAP, visit the CPA Ontario website

Event Details:

Wednesday, September 8

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