The CA program workshops provide CA candidates and organisations with much-needed support through the CA program. By offering guidance on key areas, reviewing fundamental knowledge and emphasising exam technique, the workshops significantly contribute to a candidate’s understanding of the material.
For the module, candidates attend five workshops. At each of these sessions, they are provided with an overview of the critical concepts covered in the module, useful summary information, and worked examples. The final workshop is an exam preparation session where we review past exams, discuss exam techniques and address specific questions.
The AAA120 support workshop dates are below. We currently start at 7:30am and go for three hours to minimise the interruption to the working day, with limited places to allow maximum interaction. The exam preparation session starts 30 minutes later at 8.00am and runs for three hours.
COST: $660 (inc GST) per attendee per module. This includes five workshops and copies of support materials.
Should you require more information, please contact Natasha Briggs on 08 6382 4934 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop 1: Thursday, 13th of February, 7:30 am -10:30 am
Workshop 2: Thursday, 5th of March, 7:30 am -10:30 am
Workshop 3: Thursday, 26th of March , 7:30 am -10:30 am
Workshop 4: Thursday, 16th of April, 7:30 am -10:30 am
Exam preparation session: Friday, 24th of April, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Workshops 1-4 start at 7.30am and conclude at 10.30am
Exam preparation sessions start at 8.00am and conclude at 11.00am
Evelyn Hogg - Associate Director
Evelyn has extensive experience in accounting and audit training and education, both locally and overseas. As an Associate Director of Insite Professional Development, she is responsible for the design of training and professional development programs delivered to a range of commercial and public practice clients. Evelyn also delivers training for a number of professional bodies, including the ICAA, CPA Australia and the IPA. Evelyn has expertise and experience in training of all levels of accounting and audit personnel to help organisations develop the skills necessary to meet their strategic objectives. She also provides technical support on the application of auditing standards and regulatory requirements. In addition, Evelyn is the co-author on a number of leading accounting texts and is a part-time senior lecturer in the business school at Notre Dame University.