Noel Rowland, chief executive officer at The Tax Institute, said its most recent education offering is designed specifically to equip its graduates with the necessary skills to meet the challenges of the future.
“The Tax Institute is one of the only professional bodies to offer its students relevant practical experience with working taxation professionals, whilst gaining the requisite qualifications,” he said.
“The scope of The Tax Institute’s educational offering has certainly developed over the past 10 years, and is in direct response to the changing nature of taxation practice in Australia and around the world."
The offering now includes courses in commercial law and taxation law as well as Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) Programs and regular tax research sessions, designed for new graduates and working tax professionals.
As well as meeting the educational and eligibility requirements for practice within Australia, each course offered at The Tax Institute provides individuals and experienced professionals with up-to-date information, including on the practical application of tax law in Australia.
The Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law offered at the Institute is utilised by a number of leading firms, including KPMG.
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