In line with public health guidance, CPAWSB encourages vaccination to minimize risks associated with Covid-19. However, there is no requirement to be vaccinated to attend a CPAWSB exam centre.

In line with public health guidance, CPAWSB encourages vaccination and mask wearing to minimize risks associated with Covid-19. 

In addition, all writers and exam staff will be required to: 

  • Answer health screening questions before entering the exam centre.
  • Adhere to capacity limits.
  • Adhere to any safety measures in place at venues.

Writers will be provided an individual hotel room to write the exam and will be distanced from other writers at all times. Personal protective equipment as well as sanitizer and alcohol wipes will also be available at each exam centre. Individuals choosing to wear a mask are encouraged to bring their own masks. 

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In line with public health guidance, CPAWSB encourages vaccination to minimize risks associated with Covid-19. However, there is no requirement for individuals who are not vaccinated to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test.

If you exhibit Covid-19 symptoms before your exam, please contact cpamodule@cpawsb.ca for CFE/PEP exams and prepexams@cpawsb.ca for preparatory course exams to discuss options available to you to withdraw from or postpone your exam. Please do not arrive at an exam centre if you have Covid-19 symptoms, as you will be sent home and told to contact your health region for further instructions. 

You will be required to meet the health and safety requirements set out by the region or province you are writing your exam in. You will be contacted by that region directly to confirm the requirements and any applicable processes prior to the exam.