Apply to become a STEP Affiliate Member while you study to gain access to an array of benefits. Alternatively, apply to become an Associate or Full Member once you’ve gained the required number of credits through accredited partner course modules.
You can apply to become a STEP Affiliate Member while you study to gain access to an array of benefits. Alternatively, apply to become an Associate or Full Member once you’ve gained the required number of credits through accredited partner course modules.
Each module in the programme gives you 30 Diploma Level credits towards STEP membership. You need 60 Diploma Level credits to become an Associate and 120 Diploma Level credits to become a Full STEP Member (TEP).
The College of Law
The LLM (Applied Law) – Wills & Estates or Estate Planning at The College of Law can be used towards STEP membership.
Click the link above to see which modules can contribute towards Full TEP membership.
The University of Adelaide
The Graduate Certificate in Family Enterprise at The University of Adelaide can be used towards STEP membership.
If you would like to progress to Full STEP membership, then you must include the following three modules:
- Tax, Estate and Wealth Planning
- Family Business Fundamentals
- Governing the Family Enterprise
And one additional module from:
- Advising Family Enterprise
- Strategic Entrepreneurial Renewal
- Entrepreneur's Challenge
- Leadership of Organisations
- Industry Project
The University of New South Wales Business School
The Master of Taxation (applied) at UNSW Business School provides the following courses which have been recognised as meeting the STEP requirements for full membership and the award of TEP.
- Taxation of Capital Gains
- Taxation of Trusts
- Taxation Strategies in Financial Planning
- SMSF Law
Specialist Accreditation Scheme
In the legal profession, an Accredited Specialist is a practising solicitor who has demonstrated specialised competence in a particular area of law and has been conferred Specialist Accreditation by the Law Society under its Specialist Accreditation Scheme.
Applications must be submitted via the Application Form (PDF 238KB)
Learn more about the Specialist Accreditation Scheme at: