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2.00 CPE Hours (Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, Category 4, Others)
Online

The content of this e-learning module is currently being refreshed. Registration is closed and will resume on 1 July 2021. Please contact us at cpe@isca.org.sg for more information. 
Programme Overview
 
This is an e-learning programme.
Upon successful registration and payment, you will be notified via email within 10-15 mins on your enrolment confirmation with user instructions to access this programme.
Please complete all topics and sub-topics within the E-Learning courseware.
(The programme and assessment is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase)

 
Programme Objective
 
Often, when our pay depends on the choices we make, it can be really challenging even for professional accountants to always make the “right” decisions.
 
This e-learning course will equip learners on the elements to sail through an Ethical Dilemma and provide a refresher on the fundamental principles every professional accountant should know. This programme showcases 3 Singapore case studies of misconduct, including the top 3 most unethical behaviours of Singapore CFOs based on research, will be discussed.

Programme Outline

·         Does an “A” grade in Ethics have any value?

·         Top 3 Elements to Sail Through a “Stormy Ethical Dilemma”

·         The 5 Fundamental Principles for Every Professional Accountant

 

·         It’s Story Time 1: Bribes, Babes and Booze (Singapore Case Study) 

·         It’s  Story Time 2: How $25 Million Was Stolen Over 13 Years (Singapore Case Study)

·         It’s Story Time 3: Under the Golden Tap (Singapore Case Study)

 

·         Top 3 Most Unethical Behaviours of Singapore CFOs

·         Top 10 Lessons We Learn


Training Methodology
 
E-Learning (24/7) with videos and MCQ Assessment

No cancellation or change in programme enrolment once the enrolment is successful.

Click here for ISCA E-Learning User Guide.
 

Intended For

Intended for all professional accountants in Singapore.

Schedule & Fees

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)

The content of this e-learning module is currently being refreshed. Registration is closed and will resume on 1 July 2021. Please contact us at cpe@isca.org.sg for more information. 
Programme Overview
 
This is an e-learning programme.
Upon successful registration and payment, you will be notified via email within 10-15 mins on your enrolment confirmation with user instructions to access this programme.
Please complete all topics and sub-topics within the E-Learning courseware.
(The programme and assessment is valid for 6 months from the date of purchase)

 
Programme Objective
 
Often, when our pay depends on the choices we make, it can be really challenging even for professional accountants to always make the “right” decisions.
 
This e-learning course will equip learners on the elements to sail through an Ethical Dilemma and provide a refresher on the fundamental principles every professional accountant should know. This programme showcases 3 Singapore case studies of misconduct, including the top 3 most unethical behaviours of Singapore CFOs based on research, will be discussed.

Programme Outline

·         Does an “A” grade in Ethics have any value?

·         Top 3 Elements to Sail Through a “Stormy Ethical Dilemma”

·         The 5 Fundamental Principles for Every Professional Accountant

 

·         It’s Story Time 1: Bribes, Babes and Booze (Singapore Case Study) 

·         It’s  Story Time 2: How $25 Million Was Stolen Over 13 Years (Singapore Case Study)

·         It’s Story Time 3: Under the Golden Tap (Singapore Case Study)

 

·         Top 3 Most Unethical Behaviours of Singapore CFOs

·         Top 10 Lessons We Learn


Training Methodology
 
E-Learning (24/7) with videos and MCQ Assessment

No cancellation or change in programme enrolment once the enrolment is successful.

Click here for ISCA E-Learning User Guide.
 

Intended For

Intended for all professional accountants in Singapore.

Programme Facilitator(s)


No course instances or course instance sessions available.