CPAtosha is the Surest Way to Pass the CPA(t) Exam! About CPAtosha
CPAtosha is a branch of International centre for consultancy(intccon) that offers Tanzania's CPA training to part time students who don't have time to sit in class.This we do through online lectures and physical real time classes for revisions in april and october of every year. INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CONSULATANCY(INTCCON) is a private consultancy company headquartered in Washington D.C in the US. In conjunction with the top team of CPA review course lecturers in the country, CPAtosha provides CPA Exam candidates whether in colleges and universities, CPA firms or other entities with a broad choice of high quality CPA-tanzania review courses at very competitive prices. CPAtosha also provides unbandled simplified but highly effective lessons that almost guantees you a pass. CPAtosha was first delivered to CPA(kenya) Exam candidates in May 1998. Since then, students using CPAtosha have consistently passed the CPA Exam at exceptionally high rates. The management and staff of INTCCON are committed to maintaining that record of performance while continually improving the quality and convenience of the learning experience of its students. CPAtosha is and will continue to be the best value in CPA review courses.We offer our services to students who are pursuing CPA(Tanzania) for now. Register Today By Applying online at www.intccon.com When applying please use the word 'CPAtosha' in your application to help us identify the services you need. HOW IT WORKS we use broadband internet connectivity where we broadcast live video lessons to our students.Those who have access to internet in their offices will find it easy for they just need microphone and earphones.they can ask questions and get instant answer from the lecturer.otherwise those who dont have access to internet will use our facility in Kariokor in Daresalaam Tanzania where it is normally broadcast live with an administrator Mr PAUL Maduka(+255652835909) who is a computer expert is always ready to take down all questions which he finally asks the online lecturer to answer one by one.Our technology is such that we can handle many students at the same time from various geographical locations.EVERY APRIL AND OCTOBER WE CONDUCT ACTUAL PHYSICAL LECTURES FOR ALL INTERESTED AND REGISTERD STUDENTS WHICH ARE BLOCK RELEASE/REVIEW LESSONS FOR REVISIONS IN PREPARATION FOR EXAMS.
To study with CPAtosha you must independently register with NBA and have fully paid for your exams before we can allow you to attend our lectures THE FOLOWING IS THE INFORMATION ABOUT RIGISTRATION FROM NBA(TANZANIA)
EXAMINATION INFORMATION GENERAL The Board started conducting the examinations in accountancy, auditing and allied subjects in may 1975. These examinations are conducted during the months of May and November, each year. THE BOARD’S EXAMINATION HISTORY The Board in fulfilling its legal responsibility, devised the National Accountancy Examination Scheme way back in 1974 and conducted the National Accountancy examinations for the first time in May 1975. These examinations have since being precisely conducted twice yearly in May and November. EXAMINATION STRUCTURE The Board offers two categories of examinations: ACCOUNTING TECHNICIANS Examinations: These examinations are conducted in two levels – Accounting Technician Level I (ATEC I) and Accounting Technician Level II (ATEC II). On completion of the Accounting Technician Level II examinations, an Accounting Technician Certificate is awarded. With this qualification you can register as an Accounting Technician (AT) on successful completion of a one year practical experience. For purposes of employment, you may be employed as an Accounts Technician or Audit Technician. The Accounting technician Examinations comprise of the following subjects: ATEC I Exam Code No. T.01 T.02 T.03 T.04 ATEC II Exam Code No. T.05 T.06 T.07 T.08A T.08B Examination Name Bookkeeping and Accounts I Elements of Business Mathematics and Statistics Commercial Knowledge and Office Practice Communication Skills Examination Name Principles of Accounting and Auditing Elements of cost Accounting and Materials management Principles of Economics and Taxation Cooperative Principles and Accounting Government accounting
Professional Level Examinations These examinations are conducted in three stages of two modules in each stage. On completion of the final stage a CPA (T) certificate is awarded. With this qualification you automatically become registered by the Board in the Graduate Accountant (GA) category. Upon acquisition of a three years’ of practical experience, you may apply for registration in the Associate Certified Public Accountant (ACPA) or Associate Certified Public Accountant in Public Practice (ACPA-PP) depending on specialty of work. For purposes of employment, you may be employed as an Accountant Trainee or Auditor Trainee while in the GA Category. Otherwise with full qualification, you may be employed as an Accountant/Auditor, or Chief Accountant or Chief Internal Auditor, Bursar, Financial Controller or Finance Manager or Management Accountant depending on the type of the organization you are working with. The Certified Public Accountants Examinations comprise of the following subjects:-
Foundation Stage - Module A
Exam Code No. P.01 P.02 Examination Name
- Financial Accounting I
Business Law Examination Name
Foundation Stage - Module B
Exam Code No.
- Auditing P.04 P.05 - Business Mathematics & Statistics P.06 - Cost Accounting Intermediate Stage - Module C
Exam Code No. Examination Name
- Financial Accounting II P.07 P.08 - Information Technology P.09 - Quantitative Techniques Intermediate Stage - Module D
Exam Code No. P.10 P.11 P.12 Examination Name
- Research and Consultancy Methodology - Corporate Finance - Management Principles & Practice
Final Stage - Module E
Exam Code No. P.13 P.14 P.15
- Entrepreneurship - Management Accounting - Taxation
Final Stage - Module F
Exam Code No. P.16 P.17 P.18
- Auditing and Investigations - International Finance - Financial Accounting III
EXAMINATION ADMINISTRATION The Board’s examinations are conducted in accordance with the Examination and Training Bylaws 2003. The Board’s Education and Training Services Department maintains register of examination candidates. All candidates who wish to write the Boards’ examinations must be registered with the Board. Each candidate will be issued with an identity card containing the candidate’s name and registration number (CR NO.). The Identity Card is to be used by the candidate for admission to the examination room, while the Registration Number is used to make references in all correspondences between the Board and the candidate. It is very important that every student quotes his/her Registration (CR NO.) number in full on all correspondences with the Board. EXAMINATION ENTRY QUALIFICATION Entry qualification for the Board's examinations depends on the candidates' academic qualification. Due to different qualifications, every candidate will start at the examination level that fits his/her academic qualification. The examination entry requirements for all the Board's examination levels has been prepared and the candidates have to abide by them. PROCEDURES FOR CANDIDACY REGISTRATION AND EXAMINATION ENTRY Candidacy Registration Candidates’ registration is done throughout the year. Applications for candidacy registration must be on the prescribed form (CR form). Candidacy registration forms are available on request and upon submission of relevant certificates – academic, professional and appropriate transcripts should be attached. This will assist the Board in determining your examination entry point. Further, three pass-port size photographs are required for preparation of Identification card. Prospective candidates are requested to read the “Examination and Training bylaws” to be aware of the candidature guiding bylaws.
Exemptions Applicants who hold qualifications recognized by the Board for exemption purposes, are requested to show their intentions by further filling the candidacy registration form part (b). Examination Entry Procedures Only persons registered with the Board as “Examination Candidates” are eligible to write any of the examinations of the Board. A registered candidate, can apply for an appropriate examination any time after being registered and upon completion of a minimum of at least nine months in preparation for a particular examination level. The Board invites applications, from registered candidates to sit for its examinations, by notification in the press. The notification specifies, inter-alia: (i) The exact dates of the examination; (ii) The closing date for receipt of applications from candidates; (iii) The fees payable along with such application. Applications for May examinations close on 15th March and applications for November examinations close on 15th September of each year. A candidate will be admitted to sit the Board’s examinations, at any of its examination levels, subject to the rules applicable to that examination. Examination Centres Examinations are conducted in as many centres all over the country. The criteria in operating a centre for the Board’s examinations is for that centre to have not less than 30 examination candidates at any particular session or as the Board may determine from time to time. Examination Admission Docket The examination admission docket/Letter to a candidate who has applied for the examination is posted at least two weeks before the examination commences. The docket will among other things, show the Examination Time Table, Candidate's Index Number and Examination centre. Examination candidates are strongly advised to read an "Instructions to Examinations Candidates" booklet which is enclosed in the examination docket. No candidate will be admitted to write any examination, at any of the centres, except on production of: (i) The Examination Admission Letter, and (ii) The NBAA Identity card Examination Centres The common examination centres for the Boards’ examinations have been-: • Dar es Salaam • Zanzibar • Mbeya • Arusha • Moshi • Mwanza • Tan