What are the benefits of learning online?


Dr Julianne Jacques accepts the Tax Adviser of the Year Award, 2020

The benefits of learning tax online

Over the past year, we have all had to respond to different changes and adapt to new ways of doing things. Learning is no exception. If you've always been used to learning in a classroom, you might be anxious or wary about learning and studying online, but there are many benefits. Here are some of them.

When you study online – you are more likely to be in charge of your own schedule

Learning online usually means you are more in control of how, where and when you learn. You can work through modules at your own pace and devote extra time to the topics that are unfamiliar to you or are particularly important for your practice. You can choose to learn in an environment that is most comfortable and at a time that is most convenient for you – this is especially important when we have so many other demands on our time.

What's more, online study can help improve your self-discipline, your self-motivation and your ability to stay focused and manage your time effectively.

These are all valuable skills that are transferable to many other areas of your life, as well as your life as a tax professional. New challenges undoubtedly affect everyone but developing these skills can build your resilience to respond better to the challenges you face.

Online courses offered by The Tax Institute Higher Education

No matter where you want a career in tax to take you, we are here to help you achieve your professional goals. Our online delivery and the interactive nature of our programs not only provide virtual classrooms and webinars to learn from expert facilitators remotely, but they also allow you to take your final assessment at a place that suits you best. With access to our subject matter experts, your learning is well supported throughout your program. 

Our specialist tax programs are uniquely designed to give you the skills, knowledge, and expertise you will need to solve complex tax matters and assist your clients. Whether you plan on becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser or a BAS agent, our programs can also help you meet Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) requirements. 

Our range of courses include:

Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law: Our Graduate Diploma enables you to offer specialised, valuable tax advice to your clients. Whether you're new to tax or you're a financial specialist, the Graduate Diploma takes your knowledge and reputation to a different level. 

Chartered Tax Adviser Program: Take this course to qualify for your CTA designation. Join the ranks of some of the world's most skilled tax professionals.

Tax Agent Program: The Tax Agent Program allows you to satisfy the education requirements for registration with the TPB as a tax agent. You will learn crucial tax principles and apply tax solutions to real problems.

BAS Agent Exam: This exam qualifies as a basic GST/BAS tax module and satisfies the education requirements to register with the TPB as a BAS agent.

Continuing with your development is your opportunity to demonstrate how adaptable and resilient you can be, and these key qualities will stand you in good stead as a tax specialist.

Contact us on 1300 829 338 or find out more about studying tax online in Australia and how you can join one of the world's most respected professions.