SAIPA Professional Evaluation Exams 2016 - Important dates
If you would like to become a Professional Accountant (SA), SAIPA invites you to find out about the process of doing so, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to welcoming successful candidates as Professional Accountants (SA) and as members of SAIPA in 2016. The Professional Evaluation Exams will soon kick off for 2016 and these are the important dates to remember:
Round 1 - 2016
Registrations will be open between 18 January 2016 and End of March 2016. Professional Examination preparation course which runs in the various regions during (i) February – April for the May examination. Exams will be written in May the first week. Results will be published in the 2nd week of June. For more information click here: http://www.saipa.co.za/page/189997/professional-evaluation-2016
Round 2 - 2016
Registrations will be open between 18 August and end of September 2016. Professional Examination preparation course which runs in the various regions during August – October for the November examination. Exams will be written in November the first week. Results will be published in the 2nd week of December. More information will be released later this year.
The official letters to notify candidates of their results will be sent via email the week after the results are published. Good luck to everyone who will elect to write these exams in 2016!
We would also like to notify all our members of the Fasset Project Achiever (for November examination) with registrations opening from June – July and commences with effect from September. We are looking for SAIPA Trainees 1. who have written the SAIPA Professional Evaluation Exam previously and failed or 2. who have completed the SAIPA three year learnership program, but have not written the Professional Evaluations Exam Or 3. who will be completing their learnership by April 2016. Read more here: http://www.saipa.co.za/page/416632/fasset-project-achiever
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