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Tax education: Courses that meet the tax profession’s needs


As you would probably know attracting and retaining staff is one of the critical issues the profession faces currently. “Development opportunities” is one of the key factors for desirable candidates to come on board and stay with your firm. Of course this adds the win-win when programs, such as those run by the Institute, deliver practical skills and provide opportunities to effectively transfer those skills to their work. With tax being one of the more difficult professions to learn, courses that deliver practical and relevant outcomes are highly sought after.

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Ruth Ferraro
Ruth is the General Manager of Education and is responsible for the Events and Education Division of the Institute. She holds a Master of Adult Education and Training (UTS 1999) and a Master of Business (UTS 2005). Prior to joining the Taxation Institute of Australia in March 2005, Ruth's previous experience spanned educational roles in other membership organisations in the finance, investment, accounting and financial planning sectors. Since joining the Taxation Institute Ruth has overseen the development and implementation of the Institute's Structured Education Program. Current at 01 January 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ruth FERRARO.
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