Mentors play a significant role in developing, monitoring and training our future members. Mentors not only verify that a candidate has gained the required practical experience for membership, they add value to a candidate by sharing their experience and knowledge. Mentoring benefits businesses by developing future leaders, retaining high performers and managing and retaining organisational knowledge.
Mentors must be experienced members of the accounting profession who possess the required knowledge, skills and professionalism to undertake a mentoring role.
Complete the application for registered mentor status (PDF, 313 KB)
Read the guidelines for mentors of Chartered Accountant (CA) candidates* (PDF, 428 KB)
Read the guidelines for mentors of Accounting Technician (AT) trainees (PDF, 343 KB)
*The CA Mentor Guidelines are also applicable to mentors of ACA candidates
Mentor's interim report
A mentor completes an interim report if the mentoring relationship ends during the period of practical experience. The Mentor’s Interim Report accompanies the Mentor’s Final Report when a candidate is applying for membership
Complete the CA/ACA Mentor's Interim Report (PDF, 236 KB)
Complete the AT Mentor's Interim Report (PDF, 223 KB)
Mentor's final report
A mentor completes a final report when they are satisfied that a candidate has completed all of the required competencies to the appropriate level. The Mentor’s Final Report accompanies a candidate’s application for membership.
Complete the CA/ACA Mentor's Final Report (PDF, 141 KB)
Complete the AT Mentor's Final Report (PDF, 143 KB)
Contact email@example.com for more information.