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INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

OF THE
BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY
I. RATIONALE AND OVERVIEW

The BOA Internship Program (IP) is intended to


July batch: 289 October batch: 258

provide training and learning to qualified


accounting undergraduate students on various
aspects of accountancy-related work and projects,
NCR: 46.1%

office administrative work, public relations and


information dissemination, research and report
preparation.
The selected interns will undergo IP training
July batch: 289 October batch: 258
for at least 200 hours in the BOA Special
Projects office and in the various project
sites.
NCR: 46.1%
The interns will be reporting to the Executive
Director of the BOA. Interns will receive a
July batch: 289 October batch: 258

daily allowance that will be given at the end


of each week. Interns will also receive an
Intern Kit consisting of an intern
NCR: 46.1%
identification card, customized shirt, folder,
stationery kit, and BOA directory.
At the end of the IP, the intern will be
evaluated and rated, and will receive a
Certificate of Completion if the intern is able
to satisfactorily complete the IP.
II. TRAINING AND LEARNING COURSE

The interns will undergo the following: (1) briefing,


(2) training on BOA work, (3) training on BOA projects,
(4) office administrative work, (5) external work, (6)
public relations and information, (7) research and
reporting, (8) interim and final evaluation and
debriefing, and (9) completion event.
III. DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE

1. Briefing
-Accountancy Law and implementing rules
October batch: 258

and regulations
-Functions of the Board of Accountancy
-Expanding Horizons
NCR: 46.1%

-Interaction with the accredited Professional


Organization and other sectoral organizations
-Linkages with government and private
entities.
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE

2. Training on BOA work


-Accreditation of public practitioners and
accounting teachers October batch: 258

-Continuing professional development


-Special Temporary Permits for foreign CPAs
- Code of Ethics
-Inspection of schools
-Inspection of erring CPAs
-Standards setting
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE
3. Training on BOA projects
-ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement
-Quality Assurance Review
-CPA Tracker Survey October batch: 258

-2015 Sectoral Surveys


-ABC of Accountancy
-Integrity Initiative Project
-Project ACCT
-School competition on accountancy issues
-Recognition awards
-Accountancy Week Celebration
-Oath taking of new CPAs
-Other special events
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE

4. Office administrative work


October batch: 258

-BOA Special projects office


-Maintaining Facebook page and website
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE

5. External work
-Linkage with government agencies
October batch: 258

including SEC, COA, BIR, BSP, etc.


-Linkages with PICPA and sectoral
organizations
-Linkage with FRSC and AASC
-Linkage with developmental partners
-Linkage with organizations
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE
6.Public relations and information
Publication of the News Ledger
News magazine October batch: 258

Issuance of Notification Releases


Preparation of press and photo releases
Publication of the Highest Standards
Technical Journal
Preparation of flyers and other
information collaterals
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE
7. Research and reporting
-Research on global and domestic
accountancy issues October batch: 258

-Preparation and submission of a paper


on selected accountancy issue
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE
8. Interim and final evaluation and
debriefing
-Interim evaluation October batch: 258

-Final evaluation
-Debriefing
DETAILS OF TRAINING AND LEARNING
COURSE

9. Completion event
-Awarding of Certificate of Completion
October batch: 258
IV. QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS OF IP

1.Undergraduate accounting students of


Metro Manila belonging to the top 20%
October batch: 258

can submit their written applications to


boa.secretariat@gmail.com or to BOA
Special Projects office, PICPA Building,
700 Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS OF IP

2. The following documents should accompany the


application: (1) certification from the head of the
October batch: 258
accounting school or department attesting that the
applicant is ranked in the top 20% of his/her batch;
(2) a one-page write-up on why the applicant is
applying for the IP; (3) Resume of the applicant; (4)
Sample of paper or article written by the applicant;
and, (5) 2”x 2” photo of the applicant.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS OF IP

3. The applicant should be familiar with MS Office


applications (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint,
etc.), desktop publishing and digital design software.
October batch: 258
4. The applicant should be familiar with social networking
sites.

5. The applicant can proficiently communicate in oral and


written English.

6. The applicant should be able to work independently with


minimum supervision