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Enrolment dates: Friday 11 August until close of business on Thursday 28 September 2017

OTI is a provider of accredited professional financial qualifications and short courses

Oxbridge Training Institute (OTI) is a private training company, specialising in the field of financial training. The company is an accredited service provider that, in line with the Government’s National Skills Development Strategy, supports national and sectoral growth, development and equity principles…read more.

The Association of Accounting Technicians, or AAT, is a UK-based professional body for vocational accountants, with over 133 000 members worldwide. AAT South Africa was formed as a unique partnership between the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) and the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)…read more.

The South African Institute of Tax Professionals (SAIT) is a recognised professional body focusing solely on taxation. It is a registered professional body under the National Qualifications Framework Act, 2008. The Institute is a professional association of tax professionals regulating tax practitioners in South Africa…read more.


The programme has had a positive impact on me in that I am now nearing closer to my dream career and I have learnt a lot about Tax that I did not do during my Diploma studies. I am able to advise family and friends on some topics when completing their returns.

– Sabelo Bafana Mthimunye


The Intela programme has taught me to be more punctual. It has positively added value in my life as a person more especially the workshops we had to attend with Nina, I have learned a lot about me and life in general. I can now plan better, manage my time well, as well as prioritise better. The program has confronted me as a person to come and be positive about my goals, and the people around me.

– Ester Mahanuki


I now have more understanding on the how employee’s tax is calculated and also the different types of forms that SARS requires to be filled in when doing returns (VAT returns). When it comes to the employee and vat returns I assist with them when they are being submitted.

– Bongani Ronny Masina

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