Learn from the Experts: Begin your Career as an Accountant:

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July 9, 2020 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Are you new to Canada and want to continue your career as an Accountant? Do you want to start a career as an Accountant? Receive the career guidance you require from Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and learn how to navigate a professional career with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Be prepared to ask questions and learn about what it takes to succeed as an Accountant in British Columbia. 


Topics
  • Licensing and certification required
  • Entry level positions to begin career as an Accountant 
  • Reputable institutes to take upgrading or bridging courses
  • Platforms for professional networking
  • Process for joining a professional organization
  • Training and volunteering opportunities
  • Career change into accounting from another sector. Where can one start?
  • Q and A session

Guest Speakers

  1. Sheila Cheung: Student Recruitment Officer with Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC)
  2. Reshmeena Lalani (CPA, CA): Team Leader of the Aggressive Tax Planning Dedicated Specialty Team at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
  3. Jessica Wong: Strategic Recruitment Advisor with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

For more information, please contact:

Farzana Attaullah
Employment Specialist

Direct: 604.954.0487
Mobile: 604.785.2763

To register for this session please click below and complete your registration via zoom.

 
https://optionsbc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMkde-srT8qHNxLlIocQ1PJvcKO0SqalDEr


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After receiving your registration, a member from Options Community Services will be in contact to further complete your registration or to update your existing client information on file. Please have your primary ID ready. If you are a

·        permanent resident: permanent resident card or landing paper

·        convention refugee or protected person: notice of decision

·        naturalized citizen: BC ID, citizenship card/certificate, driver’s license, or passport

·        temporary foreign worker: BC ID, passport, or work permit/visa

·        international student: BC ID, passport, or student permit/visa

·        refugee claimant: refugee claimant document

Without the above document, we won’t be able to verify your identity. As such, I as the workshop organizer, have the right to decline your registration.


Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funds the Newcomers Employment Program (NEP), and Settlement and Integration Program (SIP)] of Options Community Services.

We collect the following information as required by IRCC: Legal name and Unique Client Identifier (UCI) as they appear in the immigration document (permanent resident card, landing paper, notice of decision), date of birth, and postal code. We use this information for reporting, service delivery, and improvement purposes and is kept private and confidential

Thank you very much!

 

Are you new to Canada and want to continue your career as an Accountant? Do you want to start a career as an Accountant? Receive the career guidance you require from Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and learn how to navigate a professional career with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Be prepared to ask questions and learn about what it takes to succeed as an Accountant in British Columbia. 


Topics
  • Licensing and certification required
  • Entry level positions to begin career as an Accountant 
  • Reputable institutes to take upgrading or bridging courses
  • Platforms for professional networking
  • Process for joining a professional organization
  • Training and volunteering opportunities
  • Career change into accounting from another sector. Where can one start?
  • Q and A session

Guest Speakers

  1. Sheila Cheung: Student Recruitment Officer with Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC)
  2. Reshmeena Lalani (CPA, CA): Team Leader of the Aggressive Tax Planning Dedicated Specialty Team at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
  3. Jessica Wong: Strategic Recruitment Advisor with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

For more information, please contact:

Farzana Attaullah
Employment Specialist

Direct: 604.954.0487
Mobile: 604.785.2763

To register for this session please click below and complete your registration via zoom.

 
https://optionsbc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMkde-srT8qHNxLlIocQ1PJvcKO0SqalDEr


_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

After receiving your registration, a member from Options Community Services will be in contact to further complete your registration or to update your existing client information on file. Please have your primary ID ready. If you are a

·        permanent resident: permanent resident card or landing paper

·        convention refugee or protected person: notice of decision

·        naturalized citizen: BC ID, citizenship card/certificate, driver’s license, or passport

·        temporary foreign worker: BC ID, passport, or work permit/visa

·        international student: BC ID, passport, or student permit/visa

·        refugee claimant: refugee claimant document

Without the above document, we won’t be able to verify your identity. As such, I as the workshop organizer, have the right to decline your registration.


Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funds the Newcomers Employment Program (NEP), and Settlement and Integration Program (SIP)] of Options Community Services.

We collect the following information as required by IRCC: Legal name and Unique Client Identifier (UCI) as they appear in the immigration document (permanent resident card, landing paper, notice of decision), date of birth, and postal code. We use this information for reporting, service delivery, and improvement purposes and is kept private and confidential

Thank you very much!

 

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