Mentors must be an experienced member of the CA, either at Chartered Accountants ANZ or a member of the Global Accounting Alliance (GAA), with whom CA ANZ has a full recognition agreement. All mentors must be an experienced public accountant, who is a current member of the ANZ Chartered Accountants or a similar recognized foreign entity (member of the Global Accounting Alliance). An accounting role is considered “relevant” if it involves extensive experience in at least one of the following technical areas: if it is not an option, an experienced accountant is acceptable elsewhere. For more information, see the Mentor Practice Experience Guidelines and Candidate Practice Experience Guides below. or contact us. The ideal mentor is an experienced public accountant who works for your employer. If this is not an option, you can request an external CA mentor as long as they meet the program requirements. You are responsible for finding your own mentor. A chartered accountant experienced in your work would be a good place to start. Complete your training with hands-on work experience and professional tutoring Your CA-Mentor will monitor and support your progress during the practical part of the Chartered Accountants Program. Practical skills are recorded in the candidate`s logbook. The logbook must be completed and signed by your mentor as you go through your work experience. You must demonstrate Level 2 proficiency and Level 3 proficiency in at least two of the technical fields and Level 3 in all non-technical areas.
You can start your hands-on experience before you start with CA Program modules. For more information about skills and the logbook to record your progress, see the downloads below. Second, you need to have a practical agreement of experience with a recognized ca mentor. Learn more about the employment and practice requirements for the Chartered Accountants Program An approved Training Employer (ATE) is an individual who provides work experience and training that meets the practical experience requirements of auditors. A Recognized Employment Training Programme (RTE) is an employer with an internal performance appraising system approved by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. . You must work at least 17.5 hours per week in a relevant accounting role with an audited registered employer. Find out when your course is planned and how much Mentored Practical Experience will cost ensures that your learning is applied in a professional context. . If you are ready to apply to be a chartered accountant, your mentor will present a report that will confirm your progress and successes as part of your application.
It is not necessary to be in a licensed employment while studying the necessary CA program modules. However, you must meet the employment requirements before you can qualify to become a full member of CA within a maximum of 8 years. Tutoring is an opportunity for you to make a tangible impact on a candidate`s career by offering advice and support. Your mentor should provide career advice, support, and insight into the accounting profession. Mentored Practical Experience has been designed to strengthen your professional judgment, leadership and team skills….