Registration for MIT Webinars can only be made online via the MIT website. The registration instructions for a webinar will be specified with the webinar description on Seminar, Workshops & Events calendar.
Notwithstanding anything stated on the booking form, payment can only be effected by paypal or bank transfer.
Upon registration, the participant will receive 2 confirmation emails:
It is prohibited to share the webinar access details with any other person.
The receipt of payment will be sent to the participant subsequently by email.
Different categories of Participation fees apply:
Group bookings: The MIT may offer group booking discounts for events in the case of bookings for participants from the same Firm or organisation. Further information may be obtained by contacting email@example.com.
MIT Webinars are hosted on Zoom. Before joining the Zoom meeting, you can download the Zoom app from the Zoom Download Centre or alternatively, you will be prompted to download and install Zoom when you click the join Zoom Meeting link.
You will require:
The Webinar will be opened 10 minutes before the scheduled start time. It is recommended that participants join at that time so as to ensure that all technical requirements are functioning.
To join, click on the link in your invitation to join the Zoom Webinar.
Participants are kindly requested to join the webinar punctually. MIT Webinars will start on time, unless for reasons beyond MIT’s control.
When clicking on the ‘Join’ button, the attendee is accepting and giving consent to the Malta Institute of Taxation to keeps records of the Name, Email address, Time in/out of joining, both for attendance/registrations verifications and also, for marketing and statistical purposes.
During the MIT Webinar, the speaker will be heard/visible through audio/video sharing and the participants will also be able to participate by asking questions as follows:
– via the Q&A function;
– via the ‘raise hand’ function.
If a question is asked by using the ‘raise hand’ function, the panellist will ‘unmute’ the participant to invite them to ask their question. The panellist may also choose to do the same in the case of a question submitted via the Q&A function.
The Panellist may specify which of the above functionalities they may prefer participants to use to ask a question.
In the event that a participant experiences a technical problem during an MIT Webinar which prevents them from participating, they are to report this immediately to the MIT on firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants who fail to report the technical problem shall not be entitled to a refund of the webinar fee. See below for the Refunds Policy.
Whilst the MIT will take all measures to ensure that the Webinar runs without interruption, we cannot exclude that technical difficulties may still arise. If the seminar terminates before the end time, owing to, for example, connectivity or technical issues, kindly re-join the webinar using the same link. If not successful, kindly email: email@example.com and you will be provided with a new link.
Where the technical issue on the part of the webinar host is caused by circumstances beyond our control, such as in the case of a power cut, the MIT will contact the participants to as soon as possible. In such case, the MIT may consider rescheduling the session for another time.
The Webinar presentation will be circulated to participants after the event. The content of an MIT webinar is intended for educational purposes only and should not be applied to, nor construed as advice on, the tax treatment of any specific transaction.
The content of all MIT Webinars is the intellectual property of Malta Institute of Taxation. It is for the sole use of the registered webinar participant to whom it was made available, exclusively for their educational purposes. The publication, whether in whole or in part, reproduction, distribution and/or editing of the content is prohibited. Likewise, the recording of a webinar in audio or video, including by means of screenshots, is strictly prohibited.
The MIT reserves the right to institute legal proceedings in the event of a breach of these Terms & Conditions.
A written declaration confirming the number of attended hours will be issued in the form of an email up to one week after the session. This is to be kept for CPE records purposes.
CPE hours will be awarded on the basis of the number of hours or part thereof of the duration of the live webinar actually attended, as determined by the MIT webinar attendance records. Any time prior to the stated start time does not qualify for CPE allocation.
Any recorded post-sessions of the live Webinars whenever offered, are not eligible for CPE hours accreditation.
At the end of each event, participants may be requested to complete and submit an evaluation form.
The Malta Institute of Taxation reserves the right to make changes to the date, time or lecturer of the event.
The webinar facility includes a feature that allows audio and any materials viewed during the session to be recorded. By joining a webinar, you automatically consent to such recordings. If you do not consent to the recording, please contact the MIT on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your concerns prior to the date of the webinar.
Last updated: 7 May 2020