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External Integrated Summative Assessment (EISA) 2017

Applications:

Applications to write EISA 2017 is open. 

Registrations:

On-line registrations for the EISA 2017 will open closer to the scheduled assessment date.

Exam period:

October 2017

Exam venues:

Venues will be confirmed closer to date.


EISA Applications process:

Application to write the External Integrated Summative Assessment can be made to The SAIT Head of Education and Standards, Caretha Laubscher, by e-mail, claubscher@thesait.org.za, if all three components of the Qualification have been successfully completed. 

All applications must be submitted before end July 2017.

Please submit the following documents in support of your application to claubscher@thesait.org.za.

All applications must include the following documents:

  • EISA Application form
  • Statement of Results for the Knowledge Component of the Qualification;
  • Statement of Results for the Practical Skills Component of the Qualification; and
  • A Training Record signed by a registered assessor or accredited workplace provider indicating that the learner has met all the requirements of the Workplace Component of the Qualification.

If the required mark to pass is achieved in the EISA, the Occupational Qualification: Tax Professional will be awarded by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) as the Regulatory Body.

The Qualification will be recognised by SAIT for full membership and professional status. The Qualification leads to Tax Advisor membership level.


 Assessment Document Library

  1. EISA November 2016 Rules and Regulations
  2. SAIT Assessments Policy
  3. VENUES: Venues for the November 2016 Assessments: Read more.
  4. The EISA Assessment Guideline 2017

Fees

The Tax Professional EISA is R5950.

Early bird fees are available.


External Integrated Summative Assessment Papers


Tax Professional EISA examplars:

Language: Please note that all assessments are only available in English.

Sample Paper and Solution

 


EISA RESULTS NOVEMBER 2016

OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE TAX PROFESSIONAL EXTERNAL INTEGRATED SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 24 AND 25 NOVEMBER 2016 - FINAL RESULTS

The Occupational Certificate Tax Professional External Integrated Summative Assessment November 2016 was written by 32 candidates. 16 Candidates achieved a PASS and were deemed COMPETENT. 

For a list of all candidate results, please click here.

TOP Candidates in the Occupational Certificate Tax Professional EISA (final) assessment.

Standing

Name

Surname

Average Percentage

Employer

1

Evan

Schutte

61%

EY

2

Lisa

Di Domenico

60%

EY

3

Ashfaaq

Gani

59%

PwC

 

SAIT commends all the candidates who attempted the Tax Professional EISA Assessment and congratulates the successful candidates in achieving this important step towards their careers as Tax Professionals and members of SAIT on Advisory Level. The Occupational Certificate: Tax Professional will be issued by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) on NQF8 level. Well done!


Copies of Assessment Answer Books

  • Candidates who were unsuccessful in the November 2016 Tax Professional EISA, may request a copy of their script in terms of section 51 of the Promotion to Access to Information Act (Act 2 of 2000).
  • Assessment scripts are kept for 6 months after the results have been published.
  • To request a copy of your answer books, kindly e-mail education@thesait.org.za

EISA REMARK & APPEAL REQUESTS


Next EISA assessment window will be October 2017


Application for special assessment concessions

Special needs candidates are requested to forward an email to claubscher@thesait.org.za. 

Please complete the following form: Special concessions application form.


EISA Preparation and Revision Course

TAX FACULTY

Tax Faculty Preparation/Revision Course for the EISA Tax Professional.

Link: https://taxfaculty.co.za/course/tax-professional-eisa-preparation-course


ENTERPRISES

Enterprises @ University of Pretoria offers a Preparation/Revision/CPD course which is based on the Tax Professional Curriculum. 

Tax Professional Preparation & Revision Course

Who Should Attend: - Anyone who have applied to write the Knowledge Competency Assessment; - Anyone who have applied to write the National Qualifying Competency Assessment.; or - Anyone who requires a refresher – for CPD purposes.

Delivery Mode: Correspondence, Correspondence, Web Based

Contact Days: 0

Link: http://www.ce.up.ac.za/Course?tabid=58&Course=533a65ba-61d9-e511-9476-005056b26505

Contact: info@enterprises.up.ac.za or +27(0) 12 434 2500; Course Number: P005177

 

OXBRIDGE TRANING INSTITUTE

Tax Professional Preparation & Revision Course

Oxbridge Training Institute presents a preparation course for the EISA November 2016. Read more

Contact: juanita@oxbridgetraining.co.za or +27 12 348 3888

 


Copies of Assessment Answer Books

  • Candidates who were unsuccessful in the November 2015 Tax Professional Knowledge Competency Assessment, may request a copy of their script in terms of section 51 of the Promotion to Access to Information Act (Act 2 of 2000).
  • Assessment scripts are kept for 6 months after the results have been published.
  • To request a copy of your answer books and mark sheets, kindly e-mail education@thesait.org.za

Application for special assessment concessions

Special needs candidates are requested to forward an email to claubscher@thesait.org.za. 

Please complete the following form: Special concessions application form

 


Exam Performance Report

  • Candidates who were unsuccessful in the EISA case study exam can request to receive an individual feedback report  on their performance. Please read the following document

Accreditation of Assessment Centres 

 Assessment centres are recommended by SAIT to the QCTO for accreditation. The following documents will explain the accreditation procedure:

SAIT Accredited Assessment Centres

SAIT Accredited Assessment Centres. Read more

 

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Copies of Assessment Answer Books


Application for special assessment concessions

 

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