The Clean Energy Regular is continuing its arrangement with CPA Australia to help non-financial auditors enrol in the CPA Program to gain Category 2 Greenhouse and Energy Auditor Registration.
Under this arrangement, those interested in seeking Category 2 registration can apply for enrolment into the Advanced Audit and Assurance subject which is part of the CPA Program. Applicants can enrol:
If you would like to enrol in CPA Australia’s Advanced Audit and Assurance subject, you will need to email us at email@example.com requesting an enrolment form. Enrolment is available if you have the intention of applying for Category 2 registration.
Please ensure that all information on your enrolment form is accurate. You will be required to provide 100 points of certified identification when you apply to sit the subject exam, so it is important that your enrolment form accurately reflects your identification details.
We will send your completed form to CPA Australia, with our endorsement for your application to enrol.
CPA Australia will process your application and advise you of the outcome. They will also liaise directly with you to organise payment.
If you want to enrol in the course for Semester 1 2022 you will need to request and submit the form to the Clean Energy Regulator at least 1 week prior to CPA Australia’s enrolment date. The dates for enrolment are as follows:
Form due to the Clean Energy Regulator by 7 January 2022 so the agency can submit to CPA Australia by 12 January 2022. The cost for early bird enrolment is $1190.00 (fee is GST free).
Form due to the Clean Energy Regulator by 18 January 2022, so the agency can submit to CPA Australia by 25 January 2022. The cost for full price enrolment is $1340.00 (fee is GST free).
Visit How to register as an auditor for more information.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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