Maturity Model Guidance Series: Continuing Professional Development
The Maturity Model™ Guidance Series is produced to support the Maturity Model for the Development of Professional Accountancy Organisations™ publication.
The Maturity Model™ is a support tool that allows professional accountancy organisations (PAOs) to take a systematic approach to their organisational development, helping them make decisions and carry out their commitment to excellence, easily tracking their progress along the way. The Maturity Model™ comprises sixteen key success areas (KSAs) across four broad characteristics, which are presented around outside of the model as sustainability, relevance, professionalism and member value.
Continuing professional development (CPD) is included as a KSA under “member value”. A strong CPD system is a highly relevant attribute for a strong PAO in order to support and maintain a strong accountancy profession.
CPD Systems Guide
This CPD Systems Guide is a companion guide to the CPD Systems Toolkit. It is designed for any organisation looking to implement a robust system for CPD and provides the “why”, “what” and “how” of CPD. Access to the online toolkit is provided further below.
This guide received endorsement by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). Watch this video or read this flyer for a brief introduction about the CPD Guide.
View: The Maturity Model™ in Action – Continuing Professional Development | PDF | 32 pages
CPD Systems Toolkit
The CPD Systems Toolkit was developed to allow PAOs to assess and improve their CPD-related approaches and activities. The toolkit focuses on the design and implementation of effective CPD systems.
Download: CPD Systems Toolkit | PDF | 42 pages
Download: CPD Systems Toolkit Evaluation Tables & Action Plan | Word DOC | 32 pages
For an overview of the toolkit, refer to the CPD Systems Guide above.
Note: The CPD Systems Guide and Toolkit are provided for use and reference at no charge to any professional accountancy organisations. However, written permission from CAPA is required to reproduce, store, transmit or make other similar uses of the materials contained in any of the above, both in printed or digital formats and by electronic links. Contact the CAPA Secretariat for permission.