PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES SEMINARS & WEB SEMINARS
You are responsible for ensuring your organization is compliant with all payroll-related legislation in every jurisdiction it has employees. That could amount to over 190 regulatory requirements – which are constantly changing.
Keep your payroll skills and knowledge up to date with the Canadian Payroll Association’s (CPA’s) Professional Development Series (PDS) and web seminars!
- PDS General Registration Form: To download the PDS General Registration Form, click here (Adobe Reader Version 5.0 or higher).
Trusted as the authoritative source of Canadian payroll knowledge for over 30 years, the CPA provides payroll practitioners, service providers and other business professionals with professional payroll education that meets changing market needs.
- Over 20 seminar topics to choose from! To find a seminar near you, please click on your region on the Regional Schedule (or refer to the appropriate schedule in the menu at left).
- You can also attend a web seminar if you cannot get away from the office. (Web seminar schedule also found in the menu at left.)
Continuing professional education is crucial for payroll professionals. Your employer expects you to remain current with compliance requirements, payroll technology and industry best practices. Continuous learning also helps you advance your career by increasing your payroll, accounting, human resources and benefits knowledge and providing extra value in your role.
The CPA’s seminars and workshops are the most accurate and up-to-date in the industry. They are reviewed by subject matter experts and relevant government agencies, and presented by experienced facilitators. The format is highly interactive, with frequent opportunities to have your questions answered.
For more information on specific programs and content, please click on the seminar title in the menu at left.
Who should attend the CPA’s PDS seminars and web seminars?
- Payroll Administrators, Supervisors and Managers
- Accounting, Finance, and Human Resources Managers, and other business professionals with a functional responsibility for payroll
- Suppliers providing payroll services to corporate customers
- Companies in the U.S.A. and overseas who operate in Canada