Upon successful completion of the CA Program, you will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Demonstrate advanced accounting knowledge required to practise as an accountant across a range of enterprises, sectors, and jurisdictions
- Analyse data and critically evaluate technology to support professional practice as a Chartered Accountant
- Communicate appropriately with stakeholders concerning complex accounting and finance matters
- Collaborate effectively to achieve high-level outcomes
- Integrate advanced technical, business and professional knowledge and skills to generate advice, make decisions or recommend solutions for authentic business problems
- Apply critical thinking and professional scepticism in professional practice as a Chartered Accountant
- Evaluate and respond appropriately to complex ethical issues that impact the individual, the organisation, the profession, and society
- Reflect on your own practice to support continuous improvement and respond to change
The CA Program includes two parts:
- the accredited Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting (GradDipCA)
- three years of Mentored Practical Experience
To complete the GradDipCA, you must successfully complete nine subjects (seven core and two electives), totalling 120 credit points. For important information on credit points, refer to the GradDipCA Course Information below.
GradDipCA duration: Typically, one year full-time, or two or more years part-time, depending on when commenced.
Intakes: Intakes 4 terms a year.
Complete all 7 core subjects:
CACC1500 - Core 1: Ethics and Business
Learn the fundamental concepts and professional skills essential for professional practice as a Chartered Accountant.
CACC1501 – Core 2: Risk and Technology
Analyse how businesses create and protect stakeholder value with a focus on risk management, data and technology.
CACC1502 – Core 3: Financial Accounting and Reporting
Advance your technical knowledge of financial accounting and reporting and develop broader professional and business skills.
CACC1503 AU/NZ – Core 4: Tax (AU or NZ)
Develop essential knowledge and skills to provide tax services and advice.
CACC1504 – Core 5: Business Performance
Develop the skills needed to critique the performance of a business and support business decision-making.
CACC1505 – Core 6: Audit and Risk
Apply professional judgement and professional scepticism when addressing risk while auditing.
CACC1506 - Core 7 - Integrated Chartered Accounting Practice
Build on and integrate your existing technical knowledge, critical thinking and professional skills to provide business advice.
Choose 2 elective subjects:
CACC1508 AU/NZ – Elective: Advanced Tax (AU or NZ)
Get advanced knowledge and skills concerning tax, so you can provide comprehensive and in-depth specialist advice and services.
CACC1507 – Elective: Assurance
Extend your audit and risk technical knowledge and professional skills to other assurance and related services.
CACC1509 – Elective: Data Analytics and Insights
Identify, analyse, solve and communicate business problems using data analysis techniques and modern business intelligence tools.
CACC1510 - Elective: Strategy and Performance
Develop and implement strategies that create value by using applied financial and business skills.
CACC1511 - Elective: Advanced Financial Reporting
Extend your technical financial reporting knowledge and professional skills.
CACC1512 - Elective: Financial Modelling
Combine your technical and professional expertise with practical financial modelling approaches.
CACC1513 - Elective: Sustainability for Accountants
Develop your understanding of environmental, social and governance impacts on organisations.
Mentored Practical Experience (MPE)
Complement your education training with practical work experience and professional mentoring.More information
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