By becoming a CA Training Office, not only are you hiring the best and brightest talent, but you’re developing potential leaders from the ground up, ensuring the knowledge of your business and its industry are a natural part of the learning process. It’s no longer a question of the cost to your bottom line; it’s about making an investment in the future of your organization – and there are many reasons to do so.
- CA Training Offices are able to train CA students from the ground up, enabling them to ensure that the business’s unique culture, principles and philosophies are part of the learning process.
- During their required practical experience, CA students develop a holistic understanding of the unique way in which the business units of their training office work together, providing a rare and increasingly valuable point of view.
- CA students must maintain a high minimum GPA, making them some of the highest-calibre talent on campus. By becoming a part of the CA Training Office Program, you’re able to choose from a rich selection of these best and brightest university students.
- You can better retain and train your existing talent, by providing an avenue for your co-op students to complete their experience requirements after graduation and offering existing employees the opportunity to become a CA through your business.
We want to make it easy for you to take advantage of all the benefits of becoming a Chartered Accountant Training Office. That’s why we made the process as quick and efficient as possible.
Training CA students goes beyond the audit practice of a CA firm. Today, a large and growing number of new businesses, government departments and practice areas outside of audit are benefiting from the chance to build their potential leaders from the ground up, including:
When considering becoming a CA Training Office, you are likely to have many questions. To help you make the right decision for your business, we have put together some of our most frequently asked questions.
Q: What are the main responsibilities and commitments of a CA Training Office?