New Course in Commercial Law

In line with the changes to tax agent education requirements from 1 March 2013, The Tax Institute has this month launched a commercial law course for those tax professionals who require this field of study to register as tax agents.

The Course in Commercial Law has three units available and specific “modules” which relate to Tax Practitioner Board (TPB) required topics. The units are delivered via distance, supported by webinar tutorials and a course convenor.

Now enrolling for the Chartered Tax Adviser Program

We have received a great response for the first intake for our Chartered Tax Adviser Program courses — CTA1 Foundations, CTA2 Advanced and CTA3 Advisory. You and your staff can enrol now in these practical and relevant courses for study period 2, 2013.

In particular, if you are considering becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA), ensure you enrol in the one and only CTA3 Advisory Exam in 2013 which will be sat on 27 August 2013.

The CTA3 Advisory Exam is the assessment-only pathway for leaders who wish to take the ultimate challenge and obtain the globally recognised CTA designation.

Join us in Perth at the 28th National Convention

This year’s National Convention promises to be bigger and better than ever. Join us in Perth from 13 to 15 March and catch up with your colleagues, make new connections and hear from the best and brightest in tax. For those already registered, we can’t wait to see you again.

And if you can’t make it all the way to Perth, follow @TaxInstituteOz on Twitter or like us on Facebook for live updates throughout the event.

Noel Rowland
Noel
Rowland
Noel Rowland is Chief Executive Officer of The Tax Institute.

The Tax Institute is Australia’s leading professional association in tax. Its 13,000 members include tax agents, accountants and lawyers as well as tax practitioners in corporations, government and academia.

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