Take your CPD and your Survey


The Board of Accountancy has reiterated its instructions to PICPA to distribute the 2015 Sectoral Survey questionnaires to all attendees of CPA seminars conducted by PICPA.

The 2015 Sectoral Surveys are three sets of surveys for the three sectors of the accountancy profession, namely public practice, commerce and industry and academe. This was prepared by the BoA to get feedback from these three sectors on important issues regarding the profession.

“The surveys can be accomplished in a few minutes. These will give the BoA important information that can guide us in our programs and projects for the profession,” said Chairman Joel Tan-Torres.

Attendees in the CPD seminars organized by PICPA are required to accomplish the applicable survey questionnaire relevant to their sector and to submit these at the end of the seminars as a requisite for getting their CPD certificates.  The other sectoral organizations, including ACPAPP, ACPACI, NACPAE and GACPA are also encouraged to distribute the surveys to their members for accomplishment.


The survey can also be accessed and accomplished online by logging in to the following:


The survey will run until the end of the year.

All accountants are encouraged to participate in this worthwhile undertaking

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The function of the Board of Accountancy is to supervise and regulate the practice of accountancy and to implement the provisions of Republic Act No. 9298, otherwise known as the Philippine Accounting Act of 2004. For more information, contact boa.secretariat@gmail.com

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