Becoming an Accountant in Canada

by MTP Admin on June 15, 2010 · 0 comments

Many professions in Canada are regulated. This means that individuals employed in these professions have to meet certain licensing requirements and, typically, be members of a regulatory body or association in order to legally do their job.

Regulated professions require several years of post-secondary education, several years of supervised practical experience, and written and/or verbal communication testing to ensure that core skills for the profession are met. Accounting is a regulated profession in Canada.

The MTP program at WEST allows candidates to meet the criteria required to satisfy the CMA regulated requirements for writing the CMA National Exam.

Upon completion of the MTP Program, candidates must complete the CMA Strategic leadership Program to qualify for licensing in Ontario.

New interactive CMA Presentation: “Create Possibilities – Become A CMA”

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