Completion of this course, as well as the knowledge, practical skills and workplace experience modules, provides entry into the final external integrated summative assessment (EISA) which is administered by the South African Institute of Taxation (SAIT) and the Quality Council of Trades and Occupations (QCTO) at an additional fee.
On successful completion of the EISA, you will receive the Occupational Certificate: Tax Technician from QCTO. Successful learners will be eligible to maintain/apply for membership of SAIT and the designation Tax Technician (SA).
For more information on your road to the SAIT EISA board exam (how to qualify, the next steps in your learning journey and our role as your skills development partner), click here.
This programme is for you if:
Who is required to complete this qualification?
Minimum admission requirements
A national senior certificate or equivalent NQF 4 qualification.
Mode of delivery
The course is delivered via The Tax Faculty's virtual campus and webinar platforms whilst the final exam (EISA) is administered by the South African Institute of Taxation (SAIT) at an additional fee.
The occupational certificate is registered at a level 6 on the National Qualification Framework (NQF) via the Occupational Council for Trade Occupations (QCTO) as follows:
The Tax Faculty is a registered skills development provider under the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No 97 of 1998) on this qualification. Accreditation number QCTOSDP00180420.
Assessment and award of certificate
The occupational qualification is awarded by the QCTO after successful completion of the external integrated summative assessment (EISA), which is conducted by the South African Institute of Taxation (SAIT) as the Assessment Quality Partner of the QCTO.
In order to gain entry into the EISA, learners need to successfully complete several formative and summative assessments that are conducted via The Tax Faculty as skills development partner of the QCTO. Completion of this learning assessment process will lead to a statement of results, and certificate of partial completion, issued by The Tax Faculty.
Candidates who complete the EISA successfully will be eligible to apply for membership of SAIT and the designation Tax Technician (SA).
Payment option 1: Once-off payment
Once-off payment: R35 400.00.
Alternatively, three semester payments: R11 800 per semester (to be paid on or before semester start date).
Payment option 2: Debit order
Application fee (non-refundable, immediate payment upon registration): R450.00.
Total for debit order option: R37 620.00.
* First debit order will be collected from the second month of semester start date. Remaining debit orders will be collected on the first working day of each month.
Payments and cancellations
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