In-House / Corporate Training on GST


The team at GST Garage offers bespoke in-house training on GST. The training would be at the place of the customer and would be tuned to the specific requirements of the customer. In normal circumstances, the training would be held for half a day or 1 day. The customer would inform us in advance the specific areas that he wants to cover in the training and the content would be tuned in accordance with those areas.

Indicative half-day Session Plan
Total Time: 4 Hours
Hour Details
1
  • Discussion on the “ Upload, Lock, Pay “ System of Invoice Matching
  • A discussion on filing the new return forms
2 Managing Electronic Ledgers – ECL, EcrL and ELL- dos and donts
3 Input tax credit- availing, reversing and documenting
4 Q & A on specific queries and issues relating to your entity

Note: This session plan is only indicative. It can be altered to the specific needs of an entity if need be.

Apart from the above, the training would also focus on general topics such as:

Compliance with GST Laws and Rules – how to do it?
Reconciliation Statements to be prepared every month/quarter/annually
Common errors in filing returns and how to avoid them
GST Entries to be made in financial books
Why every organization should have a GST Compliance Manual

Both the content and delivery of the training would be based on practical examples with references to the theoretical aspects of the law. The fees for the training can be mutually discussed. For more details on the bespoke training, you can contact Shashank Bhat (Director- Training & Finance) at shashank@gstgarage.com / info@gstgarage.com

The team at GST Garage has trained a number of people on various topics on GST. Here’s a look at the training sessions held previously:

GST Lectures and Trainings
Sl No Date Topic Audience/Venue Place Speaker
1 09/08/2018 GST- Payment of Tax and Refunds CAG- Officers and Auditors, Indian Audit and Accounts Department Bangalore Sharan Srinivasan
2 09/08/2018 GST- Filing of Returns and GST Audit CAG- Officers and Auditors, Indian Audit and Accounts Department Bangalore Shashank Bhat
3 08/08/2018 GST- Input Tax Credit and cross-utilization of ITC CAG- Officers and Auditors, Indian Audit and Accounts Department Bangalore Shashank Bhat
4 07/08/2018 Overview of GST and Transitional Provisions CAG- Officers and Auditors, Indian Audit and Accounts Department Bangalore Mohan Lavi
5 21/07/2018 Latest updates on GST including returns and eway bills Finance & Accounts Managers of various top companies Chennai Mohan Lavi
6 20/07/2018 A review of latest decisions in GST Chartered Accountants Guntur Mohan Lavi
7 13/07/2018 One year of GST- Learnings, unlearnings and expectations Chartered Accountants Hyderabad Mohan Lavi
8 22/06/2018 Latest updates on GST including Returns and E-way bills Finance & Accounts Managers of various top companies Bangalore Mohan Lavi, Shashank Bhat
9 16/05/2018 GST- Input Tax Credit and cross-utilization of ITC CAG- Officers and Auditors, Indian Audit and Accounts Department Bangalore Shashank Bhat
10 15/12/2017 General Impact of GST on Indian economy and anti-profiteering provisions Chartered Accountants Kochi Mohan Lavi
11 24/11/2017 GST- Towards total compliance Chartered Accountants Munnar Mohan Lavi
12 12/09/2017 Issues in GST Compliance Post Graduate students, PES University Bangalore Mohan Lavi, Shashank Bhat
13 24/01/2017 E-commerce, job work and other issues in GST Chartered Accountants Hyderabad Mohan Lavi
14 18/12/2016 GST- The Good, Bad and Ugly Employees of Coal India Ltd Durgapur Mohan Lavi
15 14/12/2016 Anti-profiteering and other miscallaneous provisions under GST Chartered Accountants Bangalore Mohan Lavi
16 13/12/2016 Overview of GST Chartered Accountants Kolkata Mohan Lavi
17 12/11/2016 Transition provisions and Opportunities in GST Chartered Accountants Hyderabad Mohan Lavi
18 06/08/2016 Model GST Chartered Accountants Bangalore Mohan Lavi