Professional Certificate Programme

Professional Certificate in Administration of Estates

  • Lectures 23
  • Modules 4
  • Duration 12 months
  • Language English
  • Reviews (5)

Description

This professional certificate programme covers all aspects of the administration of deceased and insolvent estates. The objective of this short learning programme is to equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to wind up both deceased and insolvent estates of individuals, as well as insolvent estates of partnerships, companies and close corporations.


Course delivery & Certification

The Professional Certificate in Administration of Estates is delivered by The Tax Faculty.

This course incorporates modules from the Unisa Course in Administration of Estates. Successful candidates will be awarded the Unisa Course in Administration of Estates NQF 6 certificate and the Professional Certificate in Administration of Estates from The Tax Faculty.


This course is for you if:

-    You want a course that is focused on integrating theory and practice by simulating the real-life world of work.


-    You want to receive the professional recognition that you deserve in the specialist area of estate administration.

 

-    You want to advance your career in the area of administration of estates.

-    You're ready to take on additional responsibilities at your place of work in the specialist area of estate administration.

-    You want to gain the required practical and technical skills in the administration of estates.

-    You want an all-in-one refresher to get you up to date on the complex process of estate administration.

-    You want others to recognise the contribution you can make to your employer as a result of you furthering your studies

     and expanding your knowledge and practical skills in estate administration.


-    You want to receive your certificate of recognition which will enable you to register for a SAQA-registered designation

     (issued by the foremost professional certification body, the South African Institute of Tax Professionals).


REGISTRATION

Applications for admission open on 25 September 2018. The course induction starts on 16 January 2019.  


Minimum Admission Requirements

To be eligible for admission, applicants need to meet the following minimum requirements:

·         National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification

·         Appropriate experience



What you will learn

This course covers everything you need to know about the administration of deceased and insolvent estates. The objective of the course is to equip you with the knowledge required to enable you to wind up both deceased and insolvent estates of individuals as well as insolvent estates of partnerships, companies and close corporations.

The course is of a practical nature and consists of the following three modules:

Module 1: Induction

This essential module will introduce you to your exciting learning journey with The Tax Faculty. It will include a demonstration of course-related tools and resources available to you via the digital campus, and will provide an introduction to your fellow course participants. 

Module 2: Theory and fundamentals

  • Matrimonial property regime 
  • Intestate and testate succession
  • Estate planning 
  • Law of trusts
  • Procedure for the administration of an estate
  • Calculation of estate duty
  • Winding-up process of insolvent estates, including rehabilitation 
  • Deceased insolvent estates  


Module 3: Practical simulation

This module bridges the gap between theory and successful practical application through the following real-life practice simulations:

  • Estate planning, including the drafting of a last will and testament
  • Winding up and administration of insolvent estates, including the preparation of liquidation and distribution accounts


Flexible payment options & Study loan

Payment option 1: Once-off payment

R17 950.00 (incl. VAT)

Payment option 2: Payment plan (debit order)

First payment: R3 950.00

10 Instalments:  R1 600.00 per month

Payment option 3: Study loan

Download the study loan application form here. 


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Curriculum

Instructors

Prof. Piet Nel CA(SA)
Prof. Piet Nel CA(SA)
Piet is a chartered accountant with more than 25 y...

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    The Online Etymology Dictionary explains that the origin of job is from the obsolete phrase jobbe of work in the sense of piece of work, and most dictionaries list the Middle English gobbe meaning lump (gob) as the origin of jobbe. Attempts to link the word to the biblical character Job seem to be folk etymology.