Recognition and progression
Your key to unlock the global tax designation
Introducing the Chartered Tax Adviser Program
From 2013, The Tax Institute will be implementing a new program – The Chartered Tax Adviser Program – replacing the existing Tax Education Program. Going forward, the Diploma of Advanced Tax assessment only will now be known as CTA3 Advisory Exam.
Are you a current or future candidate? Find out how we have enhanced the program.
Successful completion of the exam will allow you to qualify for the Chartered Tax Adviser designation, recognised in a number of international jurisdictions (including the UK, Ireland and Europe).
Graduates of the CTA3 Advisory Exam will gain use of the Chartered Tax Adviser designation, as well as:
- credit for the income tax unit (Taxation Advanced 569) for one of the following postgraduates programs offered by Curtin University School of Business Law and Taxation:
- Master of Taxation
- Master of Commerce (Taxation).
On successful completion of CTA3 Advisory Exam, candidates will receive a certificate of completion. Please contact your local state office for graduation ceremony details.
On successful completion of CTA3 Advisory Exam candidates are eligible to apply to become a Chartered Tax Adviser member of the Institute.
Find out more about membership.
CTA3 Advisory Exam candidates are encouraged to contact their local state office to find out ways to become more involved with the activities of the Institute.
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Continuing professional development (CPD)
CTA3 Advisory Exam contributes to 15 hours of structured CPD.