IF YOU WANT TO
start your own accounting practice and require a statutory license to perform regulated services
want to earn extra income operating as an
- Independent Reviewer,
- Tax Practitioner,
- Business Rescue Practitioner or
- Immigration Engagement Practitioner
You need the
BAP (SA) designation.
HOW DO I QUALIFY AS A BAP(SA)
With your commerce based degree or national diploma, that includes the following subjects:
(a) Accounting III
(b) Auditing II
(c) Tax II
(d) Management Accounting II
(e) Corporate Law II
4 years relevant accounting/tax experience.
If you don’t qualify based on the above, but have working experience, you could follow the route of obtaining the designation via the process of
- RECOGNIZED PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) or
- SAIBA’S QUALIFY PROGRAMME
YOUR NEXT STEPS
Forward the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Identity document
- Academic Qualification
- Academic Record
- Completion of Articles or RPL Form (request from email@example.com)
Your membership application will be assessed by the membership department for approval, should there be any additional factors for example RPL, the application will then be sent to the Edcom committee for review. On approval you can enrol in the specific core subject required to obtain your BAP(SAP) designation.
Contact us on 012 643 1800 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org should you require more information about the process.
Additional Course Information
|Verifiable CPD Hours||N/A|
|Non-verifiable CPD Hours||N/A|
|Course Date||1 January, 2020|
Who should attend?
Membership is open to anyone involved in the accounting and finance sector.