- Members are seeking a new professional development framework to help them respond to technology-driven changes in the demand and supply of skills
- The resulting CA Capability Model will help future-proof members’ careers in increasingly diverse and disrupted workplaces
- The model is benchmarked against global best practice
The accounting profession faces fundamental challenges. Technology is changing the shape and nature of accounting work, key technical skills have an increasingly short shelf life, roles are merging and blurring and the pace of these changes is increasing.
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s members want a framework to proactively respond to these technology-driven changes in the demand and supply of skills.
They recognise their work, and workplaces, require new skills and attributes.
Chartered Accountants ANZ’s Capability Model (CACM) is a framework that will help us future-proof members’ careers in an increasingly diverse and disrupted environment. It will allow members to plan their future technical, business, personal and leadership capabilities.
CACM augments existing Chartered Accountants ANZ learning offerings, such as the Success Profiles, and has the flexibility to fit in with learning approaches already developed in Australia and New Zealand.
The framework, benchmarked against global best practice, provides a rigorous and consistent approach to the future capabilities accounting professionals will need, including mindsets, personal attributes, behaviours and technical competencies.
Why is the CA Capability Model important for our members?
The CA Capability Model emphasises how building professional skills including communication, adaptive mindset, ethics and integrity that accounting profession can be applied across our members’ entire professional career ensuring they remain competitive, relevant and supported.
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