It’s OK that you’re not OK: CPAWSB Learner Support 

In a heartfelt reflection, Samantha Taylor, PME, CPA, CA offers a unique perspective on the resilience required in both academic and life endeavors.

By Samantha Taylor, PME, CPA, CA Dec 1, 2023 Share
Can my employer pay for my CPA Education?
Education is a lifelong journey as we constantly seek opportunities to enhance our skills and stay ahead in our careers. However, this pursuit often comes with a significant financial burden. In this blog post, we will highlight how to determine if your education can be financed by your employer and navigate through your portal to select this option.
By CPAWSB Nov 17, 2023 Share
Crafting a resume for transcript assessment
Having a well-organized resume is crucial when applying for a job or if you are submitting it for assessment purposes. A polished resume should be reader-friendly, with clear headings that facilitate a smooth review of your experience, expertise, and abilities. 
By CPAWSB Nov 1, 2023 Share
CPAWSB EDI Survey: Insights from Our Learners
In a strategic move toward enhancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI), we at the School have partnered with Prairie Research Associates (PRA) to conduct a survey among our learners. This survey was designed to delve deeper into the diverse backgrounds and experiences of learners, with the goal of fostering a more inclusive learning environment.
By CPAWSB Oct 13, 2023 Share
Navigating the CPA Professional Education Program Admission Process
Are you aspiring to become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) in Canada? The first step towards this designation is the admission application. It's crucial to understand the process and requirements before you begin your journey. In this article, we will walk you through the key stages of the CPA PEP admission application process.
By CPAWSB Oct 4, 2023 Share
Truth and Reconciliation Day 2023
From understanding national calls to action to enrolling in free courses, here are some of the ways you can reflect on the day to honour Indigenous survivors of residential schools.
By CPAWSB Sep 29, 2023 Share