RBC CPA Pre-Approved Training Program Webinars | July 13 & Aug. 9

| June 16, 2021
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Entering your final year of studies and considering obtaining your CPA designation? The RBC Pre-Approved CPA Training Program is entering its 14th year of recruiting high performing individuals like you.

RBC Pre-Approved CPA Training Program Details:

  • Begin this role in September 2022
  • 30 month rotational program (gain invaluable work experience as you are placed in teams of highly dedicated individuals across different areas of the organization)
  • RBC will work with your Line Managers to ensure you receive the competencies needed to meet CPA Ontario‚Äôs practical experience requirements
  • Benefit from RBC’s strong in-house and external Common Final Examination (CFE) training programs
  • Become part of an elite group of CPA Associates at RBC
  • Mentored and guided by successful CPA, CAs with years of audit and business experience
  • Supported by senior executives here at RBC

For more information, visit the RBC CPA Pre-Approved Program website.

Interested? Join RBC for a virtual webinar where they will go over program details, followed by a panel and open Q&A. In addition, you will meet the entire CPA Recruitment and Program Management team.

Event Details:

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