Nine leading companies came onboard recently as Training Partners of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) representing diverse sectors and boosting the training partner portfolio of the institute which currently comprises over 700 organisations from the public and private sectors.
Stafford Motor Co Ltd., Lankem Ceylon Plc, Maga Neguma Road Construction Equipment Co Ltd., Araliya Group of Companies, PE Plus Ltd., International Cosmetics Ltd., Anverally & Sons Ltd., Nexia BPO Ltd. and St. Anthony’s Industries Group Ltd. were recognised recently at an event held at the institute.
Representatives of the nine leading companies who came onboard as Training Partners of CA Sri Lanka with the certificates of recognition. Also in the picture are CA Sri Lanka Vice President Jagath Perera, Chairman of the Student Training and Development Committee Dulitha Perera and Chief Executive Officer of CA Sri Lanka Aruna Alwis
Training partner recognition certificates were handed over to the respective companies by
CA Sri Lanka Vice President Jagath Perera in the presence of Chairman of the Student Training and Development Committee Dulitha Perera and CA Sri Lanka Chief Executive Officer Aruna Alwis.
The three-year-long practical training is an integral part of the institute’s study program and the institute believes that these partnerships with training organisations will benefit its trainees and the accounting profession as a whole.
As a training partner, the organisation provides practical training which in result assists in the long-term development of a chartered accountant who goes on to play a highly responsible role heading both the public and private sectors apart from the professional’s core function which is finance.
CA Sri Lanka President Lasantha Wickremasinghe appreciated the role played by training partners, stating that their dynamic role had helped in producing versatile chartered accountants.
“A globally sought after chartered accountant is nurtured, and while many of them have their inbuilt talent, training partners help them harness their talents, which contributes to them becoming a unique breed of professionals who steer businesses across all sectors both locally and overseas,” he said.
Perera said that training partners had undoubtedly contributed towards producing exceptionally talented chartered accountants. “It is the training component of the qualification that helps our members enhance their skills and become globally sought after,” he added.