Three years appropriate training and experience is an important part of becoming a Incorporated Public Accountant. However, the IIPA does not prescribe where a student obtains this training and experience, nor do we prescribe when it is obtained. There are a number of key areas where training might be obtained, including:

  • Accounts Preparation;
  • Financial Reporting for Sole Traders, Partnerships and Companies;
  • Costing, Budgeting and Management Accounting;
  • Statutory and Internal Auditing;
  • Taxation;
  • Financial Management; and
  • Organisational and Strategic Management.

This is not an exhaustive list, nor will a student necessarily be required to have all of the content of this list (other than where such training is required by law for appointment as a Statutory Auditor).

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