Developed in conjunction with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA), this program provides students with a thorough knowledge of petroleum products in addition to an understanding of the industry's financial practices and government regulations. As of Sep. 1, 2015, all students beginning the CAPPA program are required by CAPPA to complete a basic Financial Accounting course prior to entry into Level 4 of the CAPPA program. SAIT's OGPA 201 Financial Accounting for Production Accountants, meets this requirement (see Professional Development Courses) to register. Basic Financial Accounting Courses from other institutions can be considered. It is also strongly recommended that all students take an MS Excel course before starting this program.For more information, please contact 403.284.8818 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Careers: Production/Operation/Royalty Accountant | Production Revenue Accountant | Joint Venture Accountant
|Level: 1 Oil Patch - Introduction||OGPA-210||Classroom or Online|
|Level: 2 Oil Production Accounting||OGPA-212||Classroom or Online|
|Level: 3 Gas Production Accounting||OGPA-214||Classroom or Online|
|Level: 4 Advanced Production Accounting||OGPA-216||Classroom or Online|
|Level 5: CAPPA Case Study||OGPA-226||Classroom or Online|
|Optional professional development courses|
|Production Accounting Software (PAS)||OGPA-120||Classroom|
|Natural Gas Marketing - Basic||MKTG-204|
|Financial Accounting for Production Accountants - Level 1||OGPA-201||Online|
|Financial Accounting for Production Accountants - Level 2||OGPA-202||Online|
Shannon Duplessis Memorial Award
The Shannon Duplessis Memorial Award is open to SAIT students who are enrolled in SAIT's Distance or Continuing Education On Campus program.
To encourage a high standard within the program, CAPPA offers a $1,000 scholarship each year to the graduating student who achieves the highest overall marks in the five courses of the program at SAIT. This scholarship honours a dedicated instructor in the CAPPA program who passed away in 1996. To be eligible for this award, you must take all five levels at SAIT. Deadline is June 30 each year.