Have you prepared for the
revised and restructured Code of Ethics?
Aligned with the newly revised and restructured International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, the School of Accounting at RMIT University has developed an interactive Accounting ethics game, providing you with three hours of CPD, as well as a badged RMIT micro-credential. The game titled Bogart Technologies takes you through a series of simulated situations to improve your awareness and application of the fundamental principles and the conceptual framework underpinning the Code of Ethics.
3 CPD hours
time-efficient and mobile
This innovative gamified micro-credential, with three hours of CPD, is transforming ethics education for the Accounting profession.
The School of Accounting, RMIT University has developed an educational tool that takes ethics training to a whole new level through the application of serious gaming and simulated experiences.
The newly revised and restructured international Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants was released by the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) on the 9th of April 2018 and will be effective from 15 June 2019.
Our approach addresses the limitations of ethics training by allowing you to practice in context and receive targeted feedback on your decision choices.
Find us at WCOA to experience the game in action!
Associate Professor Eva Tsahuridu
Eva Tsahuridu is an ethics and policy expert who has
been researching and teaching business and professional
ethics for over two decades.
Dr Gillian Vesty
Gillian Vesty is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Accounting,
RMIT University. With a focus on technology and performance
measurement in public health, Gillian’s passion for developing
digital innovations for teaching and research is aimed at
delivering authentic learning experiences for students.
Professor Steven Dellaportas
Steven Dellaportas is a Professor of Accounting and
Deputy Head, Research and Innovation, School of
Accounting. An internationally recognised scholar;
Steven’s research is focused on professional ethics