The introduction of Regulation (EU) 1178/2011 saw the requirements of Compliance Monitoring introduced in lieu of Quality Systems for FTOs and TRTOs. It also saw the introduction of Compliance Monitoring for Registered Facilities.
This course was developed to be equally relevant for those ATOs for whom Compliance Monitoring and Quality Systems are new concepts and those for whom the new requirements are simply a transition from their existing systems. This course was also designed to give delegates sufficient theoretical auditor training for them to then continue on to an in-company auditor training programme.
Who is the course for?
The course is made for individuals who work in the field of tax compliance or tax administration, particularly in Australia. The course is typically intended for employees of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) or professionals who interact with the ATO’s compliance monitoring system. It aims to provide training and guidance on how to effectively use and navigate the ATO Compliance Monitoring System to ensure compliance with tax regulations and procedures.
What is the benefit of this training? What will I learn?
a) Overview of the ATO Compliance Monitoring System. Purpose, scope, and features of the ATO Compliance Monitoring System.
b) Navigation of the System. How to navigate the system, including how to search for records, conduct data analysis, and create reports.
c) Compliance Management Processes. Learn about the ATO’s compliance management processes, including how to assess risks, plan and conduct compliance activities, and issue notices.
d) Interpreting and Applying Legislation. Relevant tax legislation and how to apply it when using the ATO Compliance Monitoring System.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
Requirements of Compliance Monitoring Systems in Annex III to Regulation (EC) 216/2008
Requirements of Compliance Monitoring Systems in ORA.GEN
Related Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Materials
Compliance Monitoring Programmes for ATOs
Audits and Inspections
Size Nature and Complexity of the Activity
Requirements when Contracting Activities
In addition, the course also includes Basic Auditor Training upon completion of which, delegates will be fully prepared to commence on-job auditor training within an ATO.
This course is intended for anyone who is involved in the implementation, running or ongoing management of a Compliance Monitoring System within an ATO.
This course is also intended for anyone wishing to undertake the role of an auditor within an ATO. It may also be suitable for any other individuals connected with an ATO who wish to expand their knowledge of the functioning of aviation systems (the Compliance Monitoring System basic requirements are similar in most spheres of European Aviation).
It is beneficial for participants to have at least a basic understanding of the principles behind ATO management systems although this is not essential. For those without a basic knowledge of ATO management systems, this course is an ideal follow-on to the EASA Consultants EU Aircrew Regulation Training Course and may be combined with that course to give participants all the information they require for entry onto this course.
Upon completion of this course, it is anticipated that participants with average aptitude will be competent to undertake a role in the management and/or audit function of a Compliance Monitoring System within an ATO (as specific to their role within the ATO).
This course runs for 2 days when combined with an EU Aircrew Regulation Training Course or 3 days as a stand-alone course. Course commences at 09:00 and ends 17:00 with lunch break of 1 hour and coffee breaks in the morning and afternoon.
Timings may be adjusted as agreed on the day, between instructor and participants.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806