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Build your professional knowledge

Being part of Deloitte’s alumni community supports your lifelong learning

Build your professional knowledge Professional development is one good reason to stay connected. Deloitte hosts events where you can continue your lifelong learning by keeping up with industry trends or regulatory changes that impact your professional life. For those who sit on a board of directors, the Directors’ Series offers insights into corporate governance issues while helping directors maintain their continuing education requirements.

TMT Predictions, the flagship publication of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice, zeroes in on the hottest trends for the year ahead; look for next year’s predictions in January 2012. The Deloitte Learning Academy, largely geared to audit professionals, offers learning in various formats that can go toward earning CPE credits. (See page 19 for details.) And the Manufacturing group and the Enterprise risk practice each host a webcast series that can help you keep up with emerging trends and issues.

“We offer real value to alumni, whether it’s giving people a point-of-view document, helping them connect with a former colleague, or updating them on what’s happening in their industry”
- Richard Carson


There are also breakfast seminars and educational sessions held in offices across the country. (Contact your local alumni coordinator to find out what’s happening in your area.) The Business risk management series is a great example, with sessions offered in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal and selected cities in Saskatchewan and Southwestern Ontario. And don’t forget that Deloitte constantly produces research and whitepapers across a wide range of topics. You can find the latest reports by visiting the Insights section of the website, or by subscribing to one of our newsletters. There are so many ways to stay connected that alumni may not have the time to access everything. “Alumni decide the frequency, manner and type of relationship they want to have with the firm. They’re in the driver’s seat,” says alumni partner champion Richard Carson. “Deloitte is where thousands of our alumni learned the ropes. We want them to remember that we’re here to help boost their knowledge and, in turn, advance their professional goals.”

Building your professional knowledge is one of the benefits of staying in touch through the Alumni Connections program. Learn about the other benefits:

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