BUSINESSES in Australia such as law and accounting firms, technology companies, and medical facilities are staffed with professionals certified by government bodies. In order to ensure these professionals stay up-to-date and relevant, the governing bodies often require that they receive training on an ongoing basis. CPA Australia and the Lawyers Society of South Australia, for example, require members undergo 20 and 10 hours of CPD training per year and offer seminars and sessions to help meet that requirement. However, practically speaking, the training on offer might not be directly relevant to the businesses or jobs that these professionals are performing on a daily basis. For example, CPA Australia might offer a seminar on understanding wealth management in the accounting context.
Mar-13-2019, 03:32:19 GMT