Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils
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Professional Standards Council
50 Professional Standards Councils Annual Report 2011-12 A u S tR A li A n C A P it A l te R R it o R y | n e w S o u th w A le S | n o R th e R n t e R R it o R y | Q u e e n S lA n d | S o u th A u S tR A li A | t A S m A n iA | V iC to R iA | w e S te R n A u S tR A li A COMpLIANCe repOrTS by ASSOCIATIONS Accountants CPA Australia (SA) CPA Australias compliance report for 2011 covers all Australian States and Territories. For more on CPA Australias national risk management and compliance strategies, see the section Cover of Excellence schemes. monitoring of claims In 2011, there were three reported insurance claims against SA members and notifications from members that a claim might be made. Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (SA) ICAAs compliance report for 2011 covers all Australian States and Territories. For more on the ICAAs national risk management and compliance strategies, see the section Cover of Excellence schemes. monitoring of claims As part of the annual scheme compliance survey, during 2011, the ICAA sought information regarding any formal claim in excess of $500,000 lodged against the member or the firm. In 2011, a number of claims were reported that were settled in the same year but had been notified in prior years. All claims reported to the Institute in 2011 have been reported as 2011 claims. In 2011, there was one reported insurance claim over $500,000 against a SA member. barristers and solicitors South Australian Bar and the law Society of South Australia As the South Australian Bar and the Law Society of South Australia have only been in operation in South Australia for less than 12 months, they were not required to provide a compliance report. Engineers engineers Australia (SA) Engineers Australias compliance report for 2011 covers all Australian States and Territories. For more on Engineers Australias risk management and compliance strategies which are the same for each jurisdiction see the section Cover of Excellence schemes. Separate information is maintained for each State and Territory on CPD, as below. Continuing professional development Engineers Australia reported that it held 132 CPD events in SA, with more than 3,646 participants.
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