Is compliance on your company agenda?
Do any of the following names sound familiar to you?
These were just some of the top stories in 2010 that grabbed our attention.
Is this happening in your workplace?
How would you know?
What are you doing to raise awareness in your workplace?
Remove the confusion, protect your workplace and raise awareness with our Compliance 2011 courses:
- OHS in the Office
- Bullying Prevention
- Sexual Harassment Prevention
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Competition and Consumer Law – An Introduction
- Competition and Consumer Law – Restrictive Trade Practices
Featuring new case studies and up-to-date relevant statistics, our Compliance 2011 series also includes new legislative updates, such as the new Competition and Consumer Act (2010) (CCA). Our Compliance 2011 series also features additional information and links to topical subjects and updated assessment questions.
Written in alliance with and proudly supported by Clayton Utz, a leading Australian law firm, our Compliance 2011 series will empower your workforce with knowledge on:
- The new Australian Consumer Law.
- The Australian Legislative requirements.
- Minimum standards of behaviour.
- The benefits of complying with these standards.
- Real-life scenarios and workplace case studies demonstrating breaches of compliance.
- What to do if you are involved in or aware of a breach.
Competition and Consumer Law
On 1 January 2011, the Trade Practices Act 1974 (TPA) was replaced with the Competition and Consumer Act (2010) (CCA). Learn about the key changes and how it affects your organisation.
The CCA retains many of the provisions of the TPA as well as introducing new consumer protections and legislating a new national consumer protection law, known as the Australian Consumer Law 2010 (ACL). The ACL is found in Schedule 2 to the CCA.
This course will provide you with a general awareness of consumer and trade practices law and the obligations that apply to the organisation, particularly in relation to the ACL’s requirements.
Designed to also provide you with an understanding of part IV of the CCA, which relates to restrictive trade practices, this course aims to provide you with a general awareness of your legal obligations. It will not provide you with a comprehensive understanding of your legal obligations. It should not be treated as legal advice.
NZ Compliance Series
Updated versions of our New Zealand compliance series also available in your course library.