Effective Elective Planning: Part 1
In Part 1 of Effective Elective Planning, I will discuss the registration elements, including the “order of operations” of pre-and-co-requisites for CPA PEP’s education program.
By Samantha Taylor, PME, CPA, CA Jan 14, 2022 Share
Changes to the Information Technology (IT) and Data Analytics and Information Systems (DAIS) Prerequisite Requirements
The IT course will change from a non-core to a core prerequisite requirement for admission to CPA PEP starting May 1, 2022.
By CPAWSB Jan 14, 2022 Share
What happens if… Options for candidates expelled from CPA PEP
This post outlines options for anyone who finds themselves expelled for one of these reasons:
  • non-payment of fees
  • exhausting module attempts
  • failure to complete the program within the established time limits.
By CPAWSB Jan 6, 2022 Share
What resources are available for memorandum of understanding (MOU) candidates in CPA PEP?
This week’s blog focuses on the FAQs asked by MOU candidates, such as when to enroll and what resources are available to prepare for an attempt at the CFE.
By CPAWSB Dec 17, 2021 Share
December 2021 CPA PEP Communication
This post contains important information about the CPA Professional Education Program (CPA PEP) for the 2022/23 academic year. Candidates working under the experience verification route (EVR) are asked to share this information with their employers.
By CPAWSB Dec 16, 2021 Share
As a CPA PEP candidate, can I take the PDPA program?
The Post-Designation Public Accounting program is delivered by CPAWSB on behalf of the Western provinces and territories. 
By CPAWSB Dec 10, 2021 Share
Summer 2021/2022 Plagiarism Statistics
Following every semester, CPAWSB investigates suspected instances. Here are the results from the 2021/2022 Summer CPA PEP session.
By CPAWSB Dec 7, 2021 Share