Welcome to ICAS – here's your guide to getting started
Here you’ll find links to a range of key resources and important information that will help you get started and make the most of your membership.
Congratulations on qualifying as a Chartered Accountant and welcome to ICAS.
As a qualified CA and ICAS Member, you are now bound to an important set of values and linked to an inspirational network of almost 23,000 Chartered Accountants living, working and succeeding all over the world.
Rest assured that wherever you find yourself, and all throughout your career, ICAS will be here to help you overcome the challenges and grasp the opportunities, so we can learn, grow and advance together.
And to help you get down to business we’ve highlighted a few key aspects of ICAS membership and the support that we provide.
Below you’ll find information on ways to make new connections, a guide to our professional resources, plus information about your CPD and ethical requirements.
Connect to the profession
You’re now part of the ICAS global business network and it’s time to start making new professional connections – to your peers, opportunities, expertise and insight.
From our in-person events, to webinars, local Area Networks and mentoring opportunities, there are lots of ways for you to get connected.
As an ICAS Member you’re now connected to a support system that’s designed to continually assist and advance your career.
Our professional resources and technical guidance will help you to succeed, no matter your industry sector or chosen specialism.
Continuing Professional Development
You’re now a qualified CA but that doesn’t mean your time to learn and develop is over. In fact, as an ICAS Member you’re bound by a commitment to undertake lifelong Continuing Professional Development (or CPD).
And through this CPD activity you’ll be able to ensure that you always have the necessary skills and competencies to undertake your professional work to the highest standard.
Through its ethics-related content, the ICAS syllabus helped prepare you for what’s an integral aspect of your professional career.
Now that you’re a qualified CA, you are bound by the ICAS Code of Ethics and have a mandatory requirement to take individual responsibility for the maintenance of the highest ethical standards.
Your new obligations as a Member of ICAS
As a Member of ICAS you now have a number of new obligations, from keeping your details updated to reporting disciplinary matters and obtaining a Practising Certificate.