Does the concept of deferred tax and reviewing tax disclosures and reconciliations in the financial statement notes for tax risk intimidate you?
This professional certificate will provide you with the practical skills to account for all types of taxes in the financial statements and gain the skills to reconcile accounting tax balances to SARS tax balances.
After successfully completing this course, you will be able to calculate, reconcile and disclose current tax, deferred tax, and tax payable or receivable as well as the accounting treatment of other taxes such as dividends tax.
Mode of delivery
Online learning with flexible weekly study plans.
Duration and effort
Duration: 12 weeks.
Weekly effort: Four to six hours per week.
What you will learn in this course
The following modules include both the knowledge and practical skills in order to master the subject:
A simulated scenario integrating the knowledge from all the topics will be worked through prior to the final assessment.
This is a short learning programme (SLP) and tested at a NQF level 8, it is therefore recommended that delegates have a degree in accounting, tax, or law. Experience with tax or financial accounting will be beneficial.
This course is for you if:
On successful completion of the course, you will be able to:
This course is presented as a short learning programme (SLP) by The Tax Faculty (TTF). TTF is recognised as a continuous professional development (CPD) provider by controlling bodies accredited in terms of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (Act No 28 of 2011), and holds accreditation with the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) as a skills development partner (SDP) under the Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No 97 of 1998).
Assessment and award of certificate
Learners are assessed via a number of practical assignments and a final integrated assessment. Successful learners will receive a SLP certificate of competence issued by The Tax Faculty.
In addition, this just-in-time learning programme also qualifies for verifiable Tax CPD.
Student support and online campus
The academic and practical skills component of the qualification is delivered on The Tax Faculty's online iLearnTax Campus.
This will be your virtual campus for the duration of the programme. The course is presented as micro-learning videos, study guides, practice quizzes, discussion forums, practical case studies, assignment briefs and guided presentations on how to master case studies and assignments. Academic lecturers are available on the Q&A portal as they would be in a classroom.
At the beginning of each semester, you'll be presented with the course content plan, a study plan and important assignment dates which are set out at manageable deadlines. This will help you study at your own pace.
In addition, you will be allocated a course consultant who will help you navigate the online campus, support you with your weekly participation and deadlines, and will be able to answer any administrative queries you may have.
Flexible payment options
Payment option 1: Once-off payment
Total: R5 950.00.
Payment option 2: Debit order
Application fee (non-refundable): R450.00.
Two instalments: R3 400.00 per month.
Total: R7 250.00.
* First debit order will be collected on course start date. Remaining debit orders will be collected on the first working day of each month.
Payments and cancellations
For all short learning programmes (SLPs) with a seven-month or less rollout period, the following will apply:
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