Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is hosting their Not-for-Profit Executive Forum for not-for-profit leaders this upcoming February. Plus, CPA Canada is also announcing a new online Not-for-Profit Certificate Program!
Not-for-Profit Executive Forum
February 26-27, 2018
Toronto, ON or attend virtually
Up to 21 CPD hours
Enhance your skills as a senior leader and make an impact on the future of your organization. At Canada’s premier not-for-profit event, you’ll discover the latest financial insights from industry experts as well as technical updates on accounting standards, taxation and legal compliance.
Through interactive and highly engaging sessions and speakers, attendees will gain valuable knowledge on issues happening in the not-for-profit sector, as well as develop high-level technical, leadership, and networking skills.
- navigating and embracing change
- key updates from the Accounting Standards Board
- compliance and tax updates
- harnessing the power of emerging technology and data
- presenting financial information to your board
- social enterprise
- succession planning
Who should attend?
Not-for-profit managers and leaders from membership organizations, associations, charitable organizations (including welfare and outreach, health and well-being focused organizations, foundations, educational and other institutions
The forum will be held from February 26-27, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Toronto (370 King St. West, Toronto, ON). There will also be a full-day post conference workshop on Accounting and Taxation Issues on February 28, 2018. For further details or to register, please visit the CPA Canada’s website.
Not-for-Profit Certificate Program
Online Learning | 40 CPD hours
If you are new to the not-for-profit sector, participating on a board or working with a charitable organization, this certificate is designed for you. Not-for-profits and charities make significant contributions to the Canadian economy. That’s why CPA Canada developed an unparalleled program to help empower your work as a not-for-profit professional. To learn more, visit CPA Canada’s website.