Resources for CPAs during the COVID-19 crisis

To help you stay current with news that has an impact on our profession and easily find resources to adjust your work methods, we developed a special, constantly updated web page available to you.

Visit the "Coronavirus (COVID-19)" page >

Also, please note that our offices are closed until further notice. We will continue to provide our services remotely and we are doing everything we can to minimize the problems caused by the overload of phone and Internet networks.

Compulsory continuing education

Given the rapid pace and scope of changes to their profession, chartered professional accountants must continually maintain, update, improve and enhance their knowledge and skills in areas in which they work. 

In accordance with the applicable regulation respecting compulsory continuing education, each CPA must devote at least 120 hours of continuing education activities with a direct link to their professional activities, including a minimum of 25 hours per reference year.

In addition, each CPA who practices public accountancy is required to devote at least 60 hours per three-year reference period to structured continuing education activities in specific areas, namely financial reporting and updates of generally accepted audit and review standards, with a minimum of 15 hours per reference year.

These requirements are part of the general requirements of the applicable regulation respecting compulsory continuing education.

For more details, go to the CPA requirements section.