|Details of Tax Qualifications|
OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE: TAX PROFESSIONAL
The Tax Profession presents an exciting career with many challenges. Internationally, the profession is evolving to play an ever increasing and a critical role in business. In the modern world, the Tax Profession can stand on its own with many dimensions and dynamics. The Tax Profession in private practice makes a contribution to stable and successful businesses. At the same time, governments depend on effective and professional resources within tax administrations, such as tax auditors, to protect the tax base.
Welcome to an exciting journey in the Tax Profession!
The South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT) is the Assessment Quality Partner (AQP) of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) for the Occupational Certificate Tax Professional; SAQA ID: 93624
This qualification is a structured learning programme that consists of a theoretical and a practical component that leads to a professional qualification that is registered on the National Qualification Framework (NQF).
The Qualification consists of three components, namely Knowledge, Practical Skills and Workplace Experience, which follows the international trends and broadly conforms to international standards of education for Tax Professionals. Read more
Details of Accredited Skills Development Providers.
Read more to apply as an Accredited Skills Development Provider.
The following documents are provided for your reference:
SAIT is responsible for the approval and accreditation of employers that provide the workplace experience components of the Qualification. Read more to apply as an accredited workplace provider.
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. Registrations for The Knowledge Competency Assessment June 2016 is open. Read more
RPL: Practical Skills Competency Assessment
Learners who complete their Knowledge and Workplace Experience Components with providers that are not accredited can write the Knowledge Competency Assessment which include Knowledge and Practical Skills. Learners can also submit a Portfolio of Evidence (Practical Skills) and Logbook (Workplace Experience) for assessment to obtain access to the National Qualifying Competency Assessment.
The Knowledge Competency Assessments are made available by SAIT Head of Education and Standards, Caretha Laubscher, as part of a learners RPL application for entry into the National Qualifying Competency Assessment. SAIT Assessors are also available per request for assessment of the Portfolio of Evidence and Logbook.
Registration for External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA) 2016
Registrations for the next External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA) October 2016 will open soon.
Application to write the External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA) can be made to SAIT Head of Education and Standards, Caretha Laubscher, by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, if all three components of the Qualification have been successfully completed.
All applications must include the following documents:
If the required mark to pass is achieved in the External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA), the Occupational Qualification: Tax Professional will be awarded by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) as the Regulatory Body.
For any further information, kindly contact The SAIT Head of Education and Standards, Caretha Laubscher, by e-mail, email@example.com or 086 177 7274