Division of Responsibilities during Articling

Division of Responsibilities during Articling

Enrolled Member Responsibilities

See the Articling Procedures for complete details about all of your responsibilities.
  1. Maintain frequent contact with your sponsor.
  2. Create a Professional Development Plan.
  3. Maintain a Professional Practice Diary showing a record of your work experience and your exposure to the necessary practice areas.

See the Articling Procedures for complete details about a sponsor's responsibilities.

  1. Oversees your growth and development.
  2. Periodically reviews your Practice Diary and Professional Development Plan.



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