Namibia CPD Subscription 2021 (Black Friday)

Date

19 February, 2021

Time

NRA, BIPA and PAAB require CPD from Namibian accountants. The SAIBA Namibian CPD Subscription package gives you all the technical, practice management and regulatory updates you need to be a compliant and successful accountant in Namibia.

R 2895 VAT Incl.

Product Information

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Subscribing to the Namibia CPD Subscription will gain you access to monthly webinars covering ethics, financials, reporting, law,  management topics, and tax; and will enable you to:

  • Be aware of the latest legislative changes and what it means for your business, practice, and your clients;
  • Prepare compliant financial statements fast;
  • Issue reliable reports on financial statements;
  • Understand the laws and regulations that govern your profession;
  • Calculate and submit tax returns;
  • Perform tax advisory services;
  • Develop enhanced business advisory skills; and
  • Have access to the presenter via an online Q & A.

DESCRIPTION

As a controlling body of accountants in Namibia, SAIBA is required and have been requested by members to assist them with maintaining their CPD hours. This is to ensure that SAIBA members can continue to operate in Namibia and provide smart and accurate advice to their clients.

Members have asked that we offer a package of CPD topics that they can attend monthly from their homes or offices. This reduces travel due to Covid-19 and saves a lot of time.

CPD Subscription for Namibia

  • Content: Technical updates, practice management advice and interviews with Namibian regulators.
  • Topics: Income Tax, Vat Update, Payroll Update, Companies Act, Close Corporations Act, Ethics, Reporting Engagements, IFRS Update, Financial Intelligence Centre obligations, Marketing and Growing your Accounting Firm, Navigating BIPA, PAAB and ITAS.
  • CPD hours: Between 30 – 40 hours.
  • Format: Access is via the SAIBA Academy and offered as online webinars with access to presenters for technical support.

The subscription includes CPD events that consists of:

  • A webinar – access 24/7 to the online recordings;
  • Slide presentations for future reference; and
  • Electronic CPD certificate of attendance for sharing in social media.
  • Access to presenters for Q&A support

PRICE

This Namibian subscription package is included in Namibian members membership fee from 1 Jul 2021. (Not included in South African members membership fee.)

The subscription package consists of events from Feb 2021 to 31 Dec 2021 at the following cost:

  • Annual Once-off Cost: Normal:  R 5,795.00 R2,895.00

Card payments:

Payments are managed via PayFast. International card holders whose territory has not yet undergone 3D Secure implementation might experience some challenges. 3D Secure is a Visa & MasterCard program. We ask for your co-operation in resolving any challenges you might experience. Please send an email to jenny@saiba.org.za with as much detail as possible and screenshots and we will resolve as soon as possible.

DATE AND TIME

  • Online recorded webinars available within you SAIBA Academy profile
  • Annual CPD subscription service
  • Content available to watch at any time
  • Topics loaded monthly from February 2021

CONTENT

  1. Income Tax update
  2. VAT update
  3. Navigating ITAS
  4. Payroll update
  5. Reporting Engagements
  6. Companies and CC Act Update
  7. Ethics, Independence and NOCLAR
  8. IFRS for SME’s Update
  9. Financial Intelligence Center (FIC)
  10. Practice Management
  11. Interviews with Namibian Regulators

PRESENTERS

Income Tax update – 23 Feb 2021 (4 units)

Hartmuth van Alphen CA(Nam)/CA(SA)
Hartmuth is a registered Chartered Accountant with ICAN and SAICA. He serves as Council Member and Tax Committee Chair of ICAN. He has over 30 years’ experience in audit, taxation and financial consulting, including business risk, due diligence investigations and feasibility studies. Hartmuth has lectured taxation at various institutions for professional accountants.

Reporting Engagements applicable to Accountants, Accounting Officers, and Reviewers within a ​Namibian context – 26 Mar 2021 (4 units)

Nicolaas van Wyk
Nicolaas is the CEO of SAIBA and has a long history of training and development within the profession. ​He has authored a number of books and guides including:​Principles and Practices of Independent Review Engagements, ​Guide to Accounting Officer Engagements, Guide to Compilation Engagements, Independent review working papers,​ Working paper on company formation for the Company Law Review. ​He has the following qualifications:​ BCom​, BCom Hons​, MBA​, Business Accountant in Practice (SA)​, Certified Financial Officer (SA)​

Namibian Companies & Closed Corporation Act Overview – 30 Apr 2021 (2 units)

Esmerelda Oosthuizen
Esmerelda Oosthuizen is a Senior Lecturer and former Programme Manager for the Law Faculty at IIE MSA. She has obtained her LLB degree at the University of Pretoria, and her LLM, Master of Laws in International Trade Law at the North-West University.Esmerelda is admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa with several years of practical experience

Namibian VAT Update 2021 – May 2021 (2 units)

Joseffine Keister

Joseffine is learning and development professional with over 18 years of extensive experience in accounting, auditing and Tax and have a passion for training. She is a registered practitioner of the South African Institute of Business Accountants (SAIBA), the Namibia Institute of Public Accountants (NIPA), the South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT).

Navigating ITAS – Aug 2021 (3 units)

Lehana Nel

Lehana is the SAIBA Regional representative in Namibia from 2019. She has 13 years of experience in various industries, she also runs her own firm, which has offices in Namibia and in South Africa.

Namibian Ethics, Independenca and NOCLAR – Sep 2021 (3 units)

Berrie Stoop

Berrie Stoop is a lecturer in higher education, chairperson of SAIBA’s educational committee, author, presenter of various corporate training courses, member of Solidariteits’ advice committee and national head of accounting sciences of the Cti group (currently known as Pearsons). He obtained his BCOM Honours in Financial Accounting and has his own accounting practice. He lectured at NWU and NWU Business School in the MBA program and is currently enrolled at the Stellenbosch University, Masters in the philosophy of higher education. He served on SAIPA’s regional committee and chairperson of the SAIPA North West region from 2005 until 2009.

Annual IFRS for SMEs Namibia Update 2021 – Nov 2021 (2 units)

Nelia Joubert CA(SA) &  Justine Lewis CA(SA) – Mazars Quality and Risk Management
The presenters have vast experience in IFRS for SME accounting matters and a passion for training.

Upcoming events for 2021:
  • Payroll Update 2021
  • Financial Intelligence Center (FIC)
  • Practice Management

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