While you are enrolled in CPA education you are expected to demonstrate professionalism by being actively engaged, being prepared, and communicating respectfully. You are expected to familiarize yourself with and adhere to all CPA polices including the CPAWSB Professional Conduct Policy, Code of Professional Conduct, Bylaws, and CPA legislation for your province. A key goal of the CPA profession is to provide an environment that is safe and conducive to learning for all individuals. Individuals who violate this environment either through their actions or words, or by violating any of the professional conduct regulations may receive disciplinary action from the profession.
You are expected to behave professionally throughout the programs and courses. Professional conduct includes (but is not limited to): adhering to provincial/regional codes of conduct, behaving ethically, demonstrating integrity and honesty, and exhibiting respect to others including all written and oral communication with students, candidates, facilitators, session leaders, educational staff, and provincial, regional, and national CPA body administrative and contracted staff. Penalties for unprofessional conduct may result in disciplinary action by the CPA bodies.