Free CPD Library Offer

Once you finish the CPA Program, as part of your CPA Australia membership, you’ll be required to meet Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.

Don’t pay hundreds of dollars for a single day of CPD – if you studied the CPA Program with KnowledgEquity, we’re offering you FREE access to 40+ hours of content in our CPD Library until 30 June 2019.

To take up this offer, all you need to do is submit your CPA transcript, confirming that you have completed all required subjects.

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What is the CPD Library?  This is where we publish a range of online courses and live/recorded webinars, designed for professional accountants who want to maintain their CPD hours and improve both their technical and soft skills. Take a look at our CPD Library page here:

How many hours of CPD do I need? Generally, you need to maintain 120 hours of CPD each triennium (3 year period)…but you also need at least 20 hours in each calendar year.

What counts towards my CPD hours? Successfully completing your CPA Program subjects is a great start. But there are a range of activities that can be counted towards your CPD hours, including training courses and webinars, structured reading, and attendance at workshops.

What happens at the end of my free 6-month period? We hope you really enjoy our CPD Library and you’ll be interested in subscribing to it on an ongoing basis. We will contact you with upgrade options, or you can get in touch with us at any time. We also hope that you’ll let your colleagues know about our CPD Library!

What if I didn’t study the CPA Program with KnowledgEquity? That’s ok, there’s still a free trial for the CPD Library that you can register for. It has access to 5 hours of free courses. Just go to our CPD Library page ( and click on the free trial button: ‘5 CPD Hours – Free’.