Professional Certificate Programme

Professional Certificate in Taxation

  • Lectures 30
  • Modules 5
  • Duration 12 months
  • Language English
  • Reviews (5)

Description

This professional certificate programme covers the entire field of taxation. The knowledge and practical skills gained in this programme will provide you with the foundational knowledge and practical skills to perform SARS tax compliance functions and services, including the preparation and submission of tax returns for individuals, corporate, farmers, partnerships, sole traders, companies, close corporations and trusts. This certificate is built upon practical simulations, ensuring the learning environment simulates reality in a tax practice.


Course Delivery and Application

This short learning programme is delivered by The Tax Faculty.  


Upon completion, successful candidates will be awarded Professional Certificate in Taxation from The Tax Faculty. 

Learning begins on the 14th January 2019. Late registrations is available until the 31st January 2019, thereafter registration for the 2nd Semester will commence. The learning will begin on the 8th July 2019. 




This course is for you if:

-           You want to register for (or maintain) your SARS PR number.

-           You want a Professional Certificate in Taxation that will earn you the recognition that you deserve.

-           You are experienced in tax but need an NQF level 5 course to continue working as a SARS registered tax practitioner (to       comply with the current SARS regulations for tax practitioners).

-           You want a tax refresher course.

-           You want to gain the required practical and technical skills to complete tax returns.


What you will learn

The syllabus for this Certificate has been specifically arranged in a logical order rather than a mere numerical or random approach.  It consists of two semester courses namely Semester 1: Fundamentals, Individuals and Payroll whilst Semester 2 focusses on Corporate Income Tax  and VAT. 

Semester Course 1: Fundamentals,  Individuals and Payroll

You will be given access to the resources and support to master the technical knowledge covering the fundamental tax principles and legislation, Individuals Income Tax and Payroll returns. 

This course bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application. Successful completion of this module will empower you to complete tax returns without errors, namely the  ITR12, IRP6, EMP501 and EMP201 returns. 

Semester 2: Corporate Income Tax and VAT

This Semester course will ensure that theoretical knowledge can be practically applied in the completion and submission of tax returns without errors namely the  ITR14 and VAT201 returns as well as the IT14SD.

This module will also cover key tax administrative procedures and give you guidance on ethics and your responsibilities. 


Flexible payment options, Bursary & Study Loan

Payment option 1: Once-off payment 

R21 950.00 (incl. VAT)

Payment option 2: Debit order

First payment: R3 975.00

12 Instalments:  R1 600.00 per month 

Bursary students:

First payment: R3 975.00

12 Instalments:  R700.00 per month 

Payment option 3: Study loan

Download the study loan application form here. 

Bursary

Qualifying individuals:

Tax Technician (SA) members in good standing qualify for a bursary of R10 975.

Minimum requirements:

Applicants must be compliant with 2018 Tax CPD hours. 


Apply for admission to the course

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Curriculum

Instructors

Karen  van Wyk CA(SA)
Karen van Wyk CA(SA)
Karen is a Chartered Accountant (SA) and senior le...

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