Your CPD return becomes due on January 31 after the related year end. Therefore your 2012 CPD return becomes due on January 31, 2013. Kindly login to your Members’ Profile from the ICAJ website at www.icaj.org to complete your annual CPD declaration.
With the ICAJ online system, you are able to file and retrieve your CPD information as well as monitor your CPD status as the year progresses.
If you are working directly in accounting or auditing, you should return a total of 40 CPD hours annually, of which 21 should be verifiable and 19 non-verifiable. If you work in neither of the mentioned areas, you should return a total of 40 hours annually, of which 10 may be verifiable and 30 non-verifiable. Please CLICK HERE for a copy of ICAJ’s CPD Guidelines and HERE for instructions re filing CPD Return Online.
If you are not able to make a return for 2012, we ask that you submit details of this in writing, in line with the provision of section 4.2 of the CPD Guidelines which speak to the granting of special considerations on receipt of a formal request.
CLICK HERE to see the list of activities that qualify as acceptable CPD. Please remember that activities including the writing of technical articles, papers or books; pursuing a post-qualification e.g. a MBA; starting a new job; service as a member of a Board of Directors or a technical committee of a professional association, major companies, charities or non-profit organizations (to the extent that technical material is prepared or reviewed by the member) are valuable sources of CPD.
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Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica
8 Ruthven Road, Kingston 10
Phone : (876) 929-6082
Fax : (876) 929-9416
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