The courses offered by IBFD International Tax Training include introductory and intermediate courses as well as advanced workshops designed to meet the needs of a large variety of participants.
In deciding which course is right for you, or your organization, it is important to consider your own needs/objectives, as well as your current level of knowledge and experience.
Introductory courses aim at providing participants with a basic knowledge of a broad spectrum of topics and an understanding of how this knowledge can be applied in practice.
Participants require limited knowledge of and experience in dealing with issues relating to international taxation.
Intermediate courses are designed to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the more complex issues relating to a specific topic.
Participants require knowledge of the domestic law of at least one country in the area covered by the course, previous experience in dealing with cross-border taxation and a good understanding of the basic principles.
Advanced courses tackle selected complex issues by means of practical workshops which incorporate case studies and group discussions to examine the application of principles in complex real-world scenarios.
Participants require a thorough knowledge of the domestic tax system of at least one country, in particular with regard to the international aspects, and broad knowledge of the issues and current developments in international tax law.