National Tax College

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History

1941
The Ministry of Finance Taxation Training Institute is established.
1944
Sendai, Nagoya, Hiroshima, and Kumamoto Training Centers are established.
1945
Osaka Training Center is established.
1947
The Ministry of Finance Senior Finance Training Institute is established.
1949
With the establishment of the National Tax Agency, the name of the Ministry of Finance Senior Finance Training Institute is changed to the Tax Agency Training Institute. Regular and advanced training seminars are initiated.
Tokyo, Kanto-Shinetsu, Sapporo, Kanazawa, Takamatsu, and Fukuoka Training Centers are established.
1964
The Tax Agency Training Institute is changed to the National Tax College.
Advanced Training Seminar is changed to Advanced Course.
1965
Research Course is started at Central lnstitute.
1968
The Tax Reference Room is opened at the NTC Central Institute's Wakamatsu Campus.
1969
Basic training courses for new tax officials are commenced at the NTC Regional Training Centers.
1971
Enrollment system based on The National Tax Expert Service Examination is introduced. Basic training for Service as National Tax Expert is started at the NTC Central Institute.
1972
Okinawa Training Center is established.
1974
Training programs for tax specialists (currently called “Advanced course (7 months)”) are commenced at the NTC Central Institute.
1978
The NTC Central Institute's Funabashi Campus is established. International tax seminars are started at the NTC Central Institute.
1998
The NTC Wakamatsu and Funabashi Campuses move to Wako City, Saitama Prefecture to form the Wako Campus. Tax Museum is established.
2002
Comprehensive Training program is started at the Regional Training Centers.
2007
Education Department 1and Education Department2are reorganized as the General Education Department and the Technical Education Department.
Specialty Course is started at the NTC Central Institute.
2010
Basic Training on Specialized Taxes is commenced at the NTC Regional Training Centers.