Training overview for employers

26 Apr 2021

Fast-paced change in the international tax landscape puts businesses at risk of falling behind. Put ADIT at the centre of your training programme, and give your organisation a competitive edge.

By encouraging ADIT as part of your learning and development programme, your firm will ensure that international tax staff are aware of the latest technical developments, and equipped to advise clients in multiple jurisdictions, across a range of cross-border taxation topics.

Qualification structure

The ADIT qualification has a modular structure. To achieve the qualification, students study and pass three modules covering different aspects of international tax. The qualification has been designed to be as flexible as possible, so that you can tailor training to your business needs. 

Study options

Whatever your firm's preference, there are study options for you. You can choose from a range of courses specifically designed to help students prepare for ADIT exams, prepare your staff with in-house courses, or support your students while they self-study. Find out more about the different study options.


Assuming no resits are required, the minimum total fee for completing ADIT is £800. Check out the latest fees.

Exam timetable

For key exam dates and deadlines, check out our exam timetable.