Available Course

Code of Ethics accounting professionals in business

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Duration: 3 Hours
CPD Hours: Attendance at this seminar will secure 3 hour/s verifiable CPD points including other professional bodies (SAICA, SAIBA, ACCA, IACSA, IRBA & etc)
Course Facilitator: Corlia Faurie
T:  011-886-1395
E:  nerissa@probetatraining.co.za

PLEASE NOTE THAT NO RECORDING WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR THIS COURSE, AS DELEGATES MUST ATTEND IN PERSON TO OBTAIN THE REQUIRED CPD. THIS COURSE DOES NOT ACCOMMODATE FIRM BOOKINGS. Should you have more than 10 individuals that wish to attend from your firm, please contact us to arrange an inhouse option instead. Maintaining ethics has never been more important and necessary for accounting professionals. With increasing pressure and limited time, a declining economy and no shortage of other factors that might impact and impair our professional behaviour, it is crucial to ensure that ethical standards are upheld. ProBeta offers an interactive training session on ethics for professional accountants in business, to provide insight into professional ethics and the relevant Codes of Conduct and to enable the professional to identify and address ethical dilemmas. This course is not part of a series, but is a stand-alone, once-off course. Alternative dates are merely listed to accommodate different schedules - the same course will be presented on all the alternative dates. *DISCLAIMER: THIS COURSE IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE FULL SATISFACTION OF ALL THE SAICA CPD REQUIREMENTS ON ETHICS ACTIVITIES, BUT SERVES AS A METHOD TO ADDRESS DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS AND SUPPLEMENT CPD ACTIVITIES. MEMBERS ARE STILL RESPONSIBLE TO ENSURE THAT THEY HAVE PERFORMED THE RELEVANT SELF-ASSESSMENTS AND REFLECTION ACTIVITIES REQUIRED IN TERMS OF THE CPD POLICIES OF THESE REGULATORY BODIES. THIS COURSE IS ALSO NOT SUITABLE FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE C9 COMPULSORY ETHICS FOR SAICA TRAINEES - PLEASE REFER TO THE SEPARATE PROGRAMME THAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE FOR THIS ON THE MYSKILLS PORTAL*

The course will address the following: • An overview of the elements of personal and business ethics and how it impacts the accounting professional • All the relevant requirements of both the IESBA and SAICA Code of Conduct applicable to Professional Accountants in Business, including: o An overview of the conceptual framework, and the process of identifying and addressing threats to ethical principles o Specific coverage on threat indicators from the Code and how to address them, including a discussion of the most common areas prone to unethical behaviour in practice o Specific matters regarding the response to NOCLAR

Financial managers Bookkeepers Financial accountants Ethics officers