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SAICA rules and regulations

Individuals: R 115.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 1 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

SAICA and IRBA have both launched their new CPD policy with effective date 1 January 2020? In terms of the new policy, the old input method will be replaced by an output based method and a development plan will have to be completed to document your CPD activities.


Course Content:

Join us for this FREE information session in which we discuss and explain the new CPD policy with a detailed look at the following: What is meant by the output based method How is this different from the old input method What is required from you as SAICA and IRBA member Identify and document developmental gaps through self assessment Different CPD activities that can be undertaken What is the developmental plan and what needs to be documented What evidence is necessary to prove CPD activities How will this be monitored and what are the consequences of non-compliance


Course Objective:

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Andri Correia


Overview:

The aim of this webinar is to equip all relevant role-players with an updated knowledge of SAICA's assessment process. SAICA requires all trainees and professional staff to have a working knowledge of the assessment process. It is also important to develop, maintain and comply with the latest SAICA's assessment requirements.


Course Content:

Understanding the requirements of the SAICA training programme Assessment definition and principles of assessment Benefits and steps in the process Assessment instruments and processes Individuals and paperwork involved in the process Prescribed skills, tasks and competencies with a focus on PC values How to apply the assessment and appeals process SAICA's requirements, regulations and moderations report Explanations of the ratings and decision trees Review of the additional guidance and assessment forms The role of the supervisor Developing policies and procedures � including the Generic Training Plan Barriers of assessment Errors identified by SAICA Developing an action plan for the workplace


Course Objective:

This webinar takes place over a 2 hour session by means of adult learning principles.


Who Should Attend?

All trainees, senior trainee accountants, supervisors/managers, senior managers and partners who are new to the assessment environment or current professionals who require updates to the assessment process.

Individuals: R 563.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Yvonne Rossouw


Overview:

Are you aware of the prohibited conduct that could lead to penalties in terms of the SAICA by-laws? As a CA(SA) you could find yourself in hot water if you are found guilty of prohibited conduct. In 2020, the SAICA by-laws were revised to enhance SAICA�s current disciplinary process, such as the publication of guilty findings, specific conditions under which the Board may cancel membership, as well as new mechanisms to differentiate between more serious cases of punishable conduct and lesser offences. The new by-laws were effective from the 1st of June, 2020. Join us in this session as we discuss the relevant sections of the by-laws that all CA(SA) must take note of.


Course Content:

A quick overview of: Different membership options Requirements for membership Resignation and cancellation of membership In detail explanation of: Disciplinary Code Punishable conduct Disciplinary procedures and process Fines Examples of recent disciplinary actions


Course Objective:


Who Should Attend?

Alll CA(SA)

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

A SAICA Evaluator plays arguably the biggest role in a SAICA trainee�s progression to becoming a CA or AGA (SA) by tracking, understanding and correcting / remediating a trainee�s development with almost as much desire / interest as the trainee themselves. With this course, we aim to refresh you, as evaluator, on what your role is in the assessment of SAICA trainees, including: Understanding an evaluator�s responsibilities with respect to the ANA or Assessment of Needs Analysis Determining where the evaluator steps back and allows the registered Assessor to take over Being better equipped to assist in recommending ratings Learning how to identify where a trainee needs development Helping to point a struggling trainee to other ways to achieve competence Communicating to trainees the documentation deadlines i.e. TSRs, PSRs and ANAs; as well as what the minimum PSR tasks are that need to be completed each ANA cycle The approach to the session will be a mix of theory and establishing practical understanding, whereby the theory will be explained by means of practical examples for ease of reference


Course Content:

The purpose of this training session is to help establish where you, as evaluator, fit in, in the assessment process of a SAICA trainee. What evaluators need to know or implement regarding the evaluation process How to make a recommendation with respect to rating decisions over an ANA cycle What to do if there is conflict The SAICA requirements i.e. timelines with regard to completion of the TSR, PSR and ANA process General discussion/info about the SAICA training regulations


Course Objective:

Understanding an evaluator�s responsibilities Identifying who is eligible to be an evaluator Determining where the evaluator steps back and allows the registered Assessor to take over Highlighting your responsibility with respect to the ANA or Assessment of Needs Analysis Being better equipped to assist in recommending ratings Learning how to identify where a trainee needs development Helping to point a struggling trainee to other ways to achieve competencies Communicating to trainees the documentation deadlines i.e. TSRs, PSRs and ANAs; as well as what the minimum PSR tasks are that need to be completed each ANA cycle


Who Should Attend?

Evaluators Training officers

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Tristan White


Overview:

A SAICA Reviewer plays a key role in on-the-job feedback as they usually provide live oversight to a trainee whilst the trainee carries out their daily work assignments, on which they are later rated. The reviewer is the primary individual in establishing ratings and helping a trainee on their way to becoming a qualified CA or AGA (SA). This therefore carries a major weight of responsibility and it is fundamental for a reviewer to understand How they are to interact with trainees, Where their responsibility starts and stops, and How to accurately and confidently rate trainees even when ratings are disputed The purpose of this training session is to help establish where you, as reviewer, fit in, in the assessment process of a SAICA trainee by looking at a mix of theory and case studies where we will practice giving ratings in mock situations.


Course Content:

What reviewers need to know or implement regarding the review process How to make an objective decision with regard to the review process The use of the decision tree What to do if there is conflict i.e. the trainee believes they are worth a particular rating which differs from the reviewers point of view The SAICA requirements i.e. timelines with regard to completion of the review process General discussion/info about the SAICA training regulations


Course Objective:

The purpose of this training session is to help establish where you, as reviewer, fit in, in the assessment process of a SAICA trainee. This includes identifying: A reviewers key responsibilities, so you know when to pass responsibility back to the trainee or otherwise to the evaluator How to successfully provide ratings based on the decision tree How to justify a rating when faced with a disputing trainee


Who Should Attend?

Reviewers Training officer

Individuals: R 563.50 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Andri Correia


Overview:

According to SAICAs accreditation criteria (B4), the training office is required to apply the current version of the Training Regulations through the following indicators: The training officer has communicated and explained the current version of the Training Regulations to all role players in relation to their responsibilities; and All role players apply the current version of the Training Regulations as they relate to their responsibilities. Thus through this webinar, the training office will make all role players aware of their requirements as well any changes to the new regulations. This will also ensure that everyone involved with trainee accountants and the training programme have a working knowledge of the latest SAICA Training Regulations. Through attendance of his webinar, further understanding of certain items within the accreditation criteria relating to the Training regulations can be obtained. Such items include that the training office must comply with all legal aspects required for the training programme (A1) - one of which includes the requirement that the training officer�s registration complies with the training regulations. Another criterion is that the employment contract be aligned with the Training Regulations (A2) as well as that each trainee is required to be familiar with the SAICA Training Regulations (C1) through an induction programme. This webinar can also form part of your new trainee induction programme.


Course Content:

This webinar will take you through each chapter of the SAICA Training Regulations highlighting any new information and any insight you may require. We will also cover the new accreditation criteria and give you some tips on preparing for a SAICA visit.


Course Objective:

To ensure that all role players understand and apply the current version of the Training Regulations as they relate to their responsibilities.


Who Should Attend?

All trainees, training officers, training office administrators and all relevant role-players. Anyone who supervisors trainees on a daily basis and deals with any element of the SAICA training programme.

Individuals: R 598.00 (Incl. VAT)

CPD Hours: 2 hrs

Presenter: Andri Correia


Overview:

According to SAICAs accreditation criteria (B4), the training office is required to apply the current version of the Training Regulations through the following indicators: The training officer has communicated and explained the current version of the Training Regulations to all role players in relation to their responsibilities; and All role players apply the current version of the Training Regulations as they relate to their responsibilities. Thus through this webinar, the training office will make all role players aware of their requirements as well any changes to the new regulations. This will also ensure that everyone involved with trainee accountants and the training programme have a working knowledge of the latest SAICA Training Regulations. Through attendance of his webinar, further understanding of certain items within the accreditation criteria relating to the Training regulations can be obtained. Such items include that the training office must comply with all legal aspects required for the training programme (A1) - one of which includes the requirement that the training officers registration complies with the training regulations. Another criterion is that the employment contract be aligned with the Training Regulations (A2) as well as that each trainee is required to be familiar with the SAICA Training Regulations (C1) through an induction programme. This webinar can also form part of your new trainee induction programme.


Course Content:

This webinar will take you through each chapter of the SAICA Training Regulations highlighting any new information and any insight you may require. We will also cover the new accreditation criteria and give you some tips on preparing for a SAICA visit.


Course Objective:

To ensure that all role players understand and apply the current version of the Training Regulations as they relate to their responsibilities.


Who Should Attend?

All trainees, training officers, training office administrators and all relevant role-players. Anyone who supervisors trainees on a daily basis and deals with any element of the SAICA training programme

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