Expand your career options and develop highly valued business skills
•    The ACA designation is recognised globally across all major financial centres
•    Choose from one of three entry pathways to become a ACA - complete the ACA Program, apply as a senior accounting academic or apply as a reciprocal member from a recognised overseas body.
•    Access a range of learning resources and exclusive member benefits along the way

Shape your future

In a world of constant change, the market needs business leaders who are trusted for their knowledge, professionalism and adaptability.
Chartered Accountants are sought after for their ability to lead businesses through complex issues and decision making; their analytical reasoning; their strong work ethic and professional integrity.
Becoming a ACA will provide you with a platform that will assist you to develop your technical expertise in accounting, communicate technical knowledge and solve business challenges.
Membership can open up a wealth of opportunities, including access to international markets through our reciprocal arrangements with Global Accounting Alliance members.

Become a Chartered Accountant

Being a member with us gives you access to an array of benefits, including:
•    A 117,000-strong network of fellow CA professionals and more than 1 million highly qualified accounting professionals around the world
•    Access to current thought leadership and technical news across many industries
•    Professional guidance and technical support
•    Advisory services, including mediation, mentoring and legal advice
•    Member events and access to event resources
•    Subscription to Acuity, our award-winning monthly business magazine
•    An opportunity to be recognised as a specialist in business valuation, SMSF and financial planning.

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Apply to become a Provisional Member.

You can apply for ACA membership and start your journey through one of the following pathways
•    ACA Program - Join as a provisional CA member and successfully complete the ACA Program including three years of mentored practical experience.
•    Accounting Academic - Be a qualified and experienced accounting academic
•    Recognised Overseas Member - Be a current member of an overseas accounting body that is recognised by Chartered Accountants

•    The ACA Program will help you develop the skills and knowledge to become a business leader.
•    The ACA Program incorporates both online and face-to-face learning, making it easier to balance workplace commitments with your studies.
•    The ACA Program is designed to help you grow your technical knowledge and professional aptitude through applied, real-life examples along with mentored practical experience.
•    CA Program courses
•    View each of the core course module descriptions to start your ACA journey.
If you have completed the ACA Program pathway to membership, you will need to apply for full ACA membership online with the following documentation:
•    A copy of a legal document confirming your change of name, such as a marriage certificate or deed poll (if applicable)
•    Mentors Final Report
•    Professional Reference
•    Member Reference

           Note: Your professional and member references must each be completed by two different people                   
You must include a Criminal Conviction Information letter supplied by the Namibia Ministry of Justice. These can be obtained by requesting a Criminal Conviction History from the Ministry’s website.
If you have lived in a country other than Namibia for periods of 12 months or more during the last 10 years, you are required to obtain a police clearance certificate(s) from the country or countries you have lived. The certificate must be a scanned copy of the original that is dated within 6 months of your application. Further information regarding this certificate can be found on the Namibia Immigration website.
Each application will be considered on its merits and any details of any convictions will be kept confidential.
Documentary requirements for each body are outlined in section 13 of the Special Admissions form.

Certificate of Public Practice.
Member’s intending to offer accounting services to the public must be a CA and must hold a Certificate of Public Practice (CPP).

Our course descriptions

Find the right designation for you by understanding what's involved in each of our course modules
Chartered Accountant
The ACA Program consists of five modules, in conjunction with three years of mentored practical experience

Corporate responsibility

We are committed to serving our people, our members and the communities in which we operate through our social responsibility program