Update your CPD calendar

Upcoming events

In addition to the CPD events held every week in each state, there are a number of flagship events coming up in August — if you’re not already registered, visit our website for more information so that you don’t miss out. Some events allow you to earn more than 10 structured CPD hours in one go:


Accounting for common tax transactions

Our popular new series of practical workshop events were recently held in locations around the country. If you missed a session, you can now catch up online, with each workshop running as a webinar throughout August and September.

CTA1 Foundations intensive option

Our intensive study format for the CTA1 Foundations introductory tax course has proved popular with up-and-coming tax professionals who are looking to gain the Course in Australian Taxation Law qualification.

What’s the difference? The intensive format is condensed over a six-week period, concluding with an exam. But all candidates still receive the usual support through online and printed resources, as well as web/teleconference tutorials for some units.

Early bird enrolments don’t close until 9 September 2013. Find out more on our website.

New titles out now

Our publishing team has been hard at work preparing new editions of some of our most popular titles.

We’ve just published the 10th edition of Trust Structures Guide, and the 7th edition of CGT Small Business Reliefs, both of which are also available in new eBook format for your iPad or Kindle. We have a range of other new editions still to come in 2013, including our brand new title, The Tax Adviser’s Guide to Part IVA.

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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