The course will prepare candidates to demonstrate the required level of competence in the EISA in the following occupational tasks:
The course has been developed by former EISA examiners, markers and moderators and has been designed over seven phases as follows:
Fundamentals and compliance phases:
Phase 1 – Knowledge diagnostic & Simulation Diagnostic: Individuals: The purpose of the diagnostic is to identify any foundational knowledge and practical application competency gaps for taxes related to individuals.
Phase 2 – Knowledge diagnostic & Simulation Diagnostic: Business: The purpose of the diagnostic is to identify any foundational knowledge and practical application competency gaps for taxes related to business as well as Value Added Tax.
Phase 3 – Tailored feedback on the diagnostics: The diagnostics are analysed and a tailored learning journey will be presented to the course participant to address their fundamental knowledge gaps and competency gaps.
Phase 4 – Guided self-study to enable Course participants to plug their identified knowledge gaps.
Integration and advisory phases
Phase 5 – In this phase the focus is on integrating knowledge in advisory questions. Course participants are required to complete and submit advisory questions as part of this phase. Focus will be on issue identification, opinion writing fundamentals as well as controversy fundamentals. Learning is supported through online videos, simulations and study guides.
Phase 6 – Mock exam: The mock exam is a full two days and simulated under the EISA exam conditions. The mock exam is marked and moderated by experienced SAIT examiners.
*Please note these examiners have opted to excuse themselves from setting any questions and marking the questions to ensure independence.
Phase 7 – One-on-one feedback: Each candidate will receive one-on-one feedback for 20 minutes either face-to-face or via skype with both the marker and moderator. Each candidate will receive a proposed strategy for the final revision period before the EISA.
This course is delivered by The Tax Faculty through the virtual campus and webinar platforms via integrated diagnostics, tailored online learning, virtual classroom interventions, live lecturers, mock exams and specific individual feedback.
This course is specifically for participants writing the upcoming Tax Professional EISA exam. Participants need to have achieved their knowledge, practical and workplace competencies in order to register for the Tax Professional EISA exam.
Flexible payment options
Payment option 1: Once-off payment
R7 200.00 (incl. VAT).
Payment option 2: Debit order
Application fee (non-refundable): R450 (incl. VAT).
Three instalments: R2 600.00 per month (incl. VAT).
Total R 7 800.00 (incl. VAT).
*Debit orders will be collected on the course start date and the first of every month.
Payments and cancellations
For courses with a six-month (or longer) rollout the following will apply:
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