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The Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) currently offers a range of webinars to potential and registered tax practitioners. These sessions are free and may count towards your continuing professional education (CPE).

Registering for a webinar

The following table provides session details and links to relevant registration pages on Redback Conferencing.

Once you select the event you would like to attend, a window will pop up asking ‘Are you registered for this event?’ select ‘No’. Enter your email address, name and postcode (postal) in the box on the right hand side of the screen. A confirmation will be sent to the email address that is supplied.

Upcoming webinars

 Webinars   Date  Time
Getting ready to renew your tax (financial) adviser registration Tuesday 7 February 2017 11.00am - 12.00pm This webinar is designed for AFS licensees and authorised representatives who are already registered with the TPB.
The TPB's approach to regulation Tuesday 7 February 2017 2.00pm - 3.00pm What you need to know about your practice from a regulatory perspective. This webinar will discuss the Code of Professional Conduct, civil penalties, the compliance triangle, the investigation process and complaints handling.
Emerging issues affecting tax practitioners Tuesday 28 March 2017 11.00am - 12.00pm This webinar will look at ways tax practitioners can adapt to changing business practices while continuing to meet their obligations under the TASA, including the Code of Professional Conduct.
Tax (financial) advisers and the code of professional conduct Tuesday 28 March 2017 1.00pm - 2.00pm Make sure you know your obligations as a registered tax (financial) adviser. This webinar will discuss the Code of Professional Conduct and provide tax (financial) advisers with guidance on how to maintain their registration.


Suggesting a webinar topic

If there is a topic you would like covered, send your suggestion to communications [at] tpb.gov.au.

Webinar recordings

To access a recording of a previous webinar visit our YouTube channel.


Last modified: 13 December 2016