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Accredited Service Providers

As the Assessment Quality Partner (AQP) for the Tax Professional Qualification, the SAIT is responsible for the approval and recommendation of providers for the Knowledge and Practical Skills Components. Once SAIT has approved the Knowledge and Practical Skills Component Service Providers, SAIT then makes a recommendation to the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) for accreditation as service provider. SAIT is responsible to approve employers that provide the Workplace Experience Components of the Qualifcation.


Knowledge Component Accredited Providers

The Knowledge Component of the Tax Professional can be completed through studies at one of the listed Accredited Tertiary Institutions.

Learners from non-accredited programmes and individuals already in practice are given the opportunity to enter into and progress in the learning programme leading to the Tax Professional Qualification, by writing the Knowledge Competency Assessment.


Accredited Skills Development Providers
 Tertiary Institution Contact Person  Contact Details  Description 
 University of Pretoria  Evádne Bronkhorst  0124204983 or 

evadne.bronkhorst@up.ac.za

Department of Taxation,

Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences

       
       


Practical Skills Component Accredited Providers

The Practical Skills Component can be completed through accredited short courses at one of the listed Accredited Tertiary Institutions or Accredited Employer Training Academies.

Learners who complete their Knowledge and Workplace Experience Components with providers that are not accredited for the Practical Skills Component, and individuals already in practice can take the online Practical Skills Competency Assessments which are made available by SAIT.

Tertiary Institution /
Employer Training Academies
Contact Person Contact Details   Accredited Programme
 
University of Pretoria
 Evádne Bronkhorst   0124204983 or 

evadne.bronkhorst@up.ac.za

 

Department of Taxation,

Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences

       
       


Workplace Experience Component Accredited Providers

The Workplace Experience Component can be completed at one of the listed Approved Workplace Experience Providers.

Learners who are registered on other training contracts which include a taxation component (for example in the accounting field) and individuals already in practice can also apply to SAIT to have their work experience recognised.

Organisation Address  Contact Person Contact Details

BDO South Africa Incorporated - Johannesburg

22 Wellington Road
Parktown
Johannesburg
Mr David Bass
HR Manager
Tel: (010)0605000
Email: dbass@bdo.co.za
PwC - Sunninghill  2 Eglin Road
Sunninghill
Mrs Jeanette Miller
Senior Manager Tax Learning & Development

Tel: (011)7975566
jeanette.miller@za.pwc.com

www.pwc.co.za

Ernst & Young Registered Auditors Pty Ltd 102 Rivonia Road, Sandton, Gauteng Ms Busisiwe Mukutu, Personal Assistant to Partner and ASA L&D Leader | TAX Tel: (011)7725720

busi.mukutu@za.ey.com 

www.ey.com

 Liebenberg Fraser Hopley Accountants & Auditors Inc

5 Park Lane, Kloof, KZN, South Africa 

Ms Jennifer Lopes, Tax Manager

Tel: (031)7640066

Email: tax@lfhinc.co.za

Caudillo Accounting 135 Codonia Avenue, Moregloed, Pretoria Ms Corne de Bie, Office Manager

Tel: (012)7409400

Email: corne@caudillo.co.za Website: www.caudillo.co.za

Moore Stephens Cape Town Inc. 2nd Floor Block 2 Northgate Park

Cnr Section Str & Koeberg Rd

Paarden Eiland, 7405   

 Astrid MacKay, HR Officer

Tel: +27 (021) 525 8600

Email: astridm@msct.co.za

 The Braude Gordon & Co Cape Town  Suite 201, 200 on Main, 200 Main Road, Claremont  Dudley Shone, Partner

Tel: +27 (021) 674 1115

Email: dudleys@bgc.co.za

 

Duration of Accreditation

Once Accreditation or Workplace Approval has been approved, the quality of the training will be monitored on a continuous basis with regular monitoring site visits.







WHY REGISTER WITH SAIT?

Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER

The Act requires that a minimum academic and practical requirments be set to register with a controlling body. Click here for the minimum requirements of SAIT.

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