NZICA recognises Xero professional development

We’ve been working closely with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) to determine how Xero can deliver even more benefit and value to NZICA members.

We’re pleased to announce that Xero’s Partner Certification classroom course now qualifies for 5.5 hours NZICA Continuing Professional Development. NZICA is also in the process of assessing our Re-Certification – both of  these are key steps to becoming a Xero Partner and maintaining Partner status.

This recognition by NZICA validates the calibre of our training – not only the course content, which is a thorough overview of Xero functionality for accountants in practice, but also the quality of our delivery.

We have a great team of qualified trainers on board like Melanie Morris, Donna Wylie and Mike Hadwin – all of whom are technical experts in Xero and passionate about ensuring great learning outcomes.

”The Xero training course I attended was conducted in a professional manner, with clarity, and attention to learners’ needs. NZICA CPD looks for an adaptive, active learning style in training presentations and Xero offers this”, says Joe Grayland, NZICA’s Director of Professional Development.

All NZICA members are entitled to a 20% discount when they undertake Xero Partner Certification and Re-Certification (classroom) courses. You can find a course near to you and register here.

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