A breach of competition law can compromise the integrity and success of your organisation. By ensuring that those with decision-making responsibilities are cognisant of their obligations in this compliance topic, the risk of your organisation breaching the law is reduced.
This course provides legally compliant training about prohibitions and worker responsibilities in regards to competition law, restrictive trade practices and measures that can be taken to avoid a breach of these laws.
Legal content is contextualised for learners via:
- real world scenarios based on case law
- interactive decision points.
This course was created in partnership with award-winning Australian law firm Lander & Rogers.
This course covers the following topics.
- Certain arrangements between competitors, often referred to as ‘cartel conduct’ or ‘collusion’
- Misuse of market power
- Exclusive dealing in the supply chain
- Resale price maintenance
- Anti-competitive mergers and acquisitions
On completing this course, learners should be able to:
- outline key principles of competition law and explain why they are important
- outline some of the consequences of breaching competition law
- demonstrate an understanding of some key competition law principles.
Organisations implementing this course can:
- reduce the incidence of competition law breaches
- protect organisational brand and reputation from damage related to breaches of competition law obligations
- deliver comprehensive and cost-effective competition law training to a wide range of individuals in the workplace
- strengthen employee engagement by implementing best practice compliance with competition law obligations.
The content contained in this course is suitable for:
- public- and private-sector workers
- workers, with a focus on executives and board members across all industries
- workers, executives and board members at all levels of an organisation.
This course should take about 25 minutes to complete.
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