Law training courses and schoolsTotal 119 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Australia.
General law and legal issues programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
RMIT TrainingTraining Centre/Campus:
Melbourne, VIC, AustraliaPhone No.:
03 9925 8111
Welfare LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course considers the evolution of the welfare state and the major legislative and significant case developments that have contributed to this area of law. Social Security law and the role of Legal Aid are considered. There is a focus upon a rights-based discourse, and gender, class, race, ethnicity and disability issues are canvassed in detail. The course also considers the evolving consumer legislation and case law, including a consideration of activist activity regarding consumer rights. There is a detailed discussion of alternative dispute resolution schemes in industry. Jurisdictional issues are discussed and the relevance of both Commonwealth and state based legislation.
Sociology of LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Sociology is one of the modern social sciences which seeks to understand and explain the nature of complex social processes in small groups, communities and whole societies. Sociologists look at ideas, moral values, patterns of interaction and the persistence of institutions. The Sociology of Law takes as its particular focus the way conduct is defined as normal or deviant and the range of regulatory mechanisms to make and enforce this distinction. A sociological perspective on the law therefore is a singularly comprehensive issue here, as it is inclusive of the whole range of social relationships. From this perspective, both law as a mechanism of social regulation and law as a field of knowledge, become objects of study which can be explained in sociological terms.
Real Estate LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is run as a class and it is intended to be as inter-active as possible. Students are encouraged to ask questions and enter into discussion with the lecturer throughout the sessions. This course will have an end of semester examination, assignments and a class presentation. (Presentation will be on an individual topic that is approved by the lecturer for each student). The course aims to provide general legal knowledge through its presentation of the law relating to contract and real property. The course covers major topic areas including the formation of a valid contract, pre contractual negotiations, terms of the contract, breach of the contract and remedies including legislation such as the Competition and Consumer Act. The part of the course dealing with Property Law includes the principles of property, doctrine of fixtures, licences and leases, indefeasibility of title, easements and covenants and ownership, including relevant legislation such a Property Law A... [Read More]
Law of Investments and Financial MarketsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course offers&,you a program of studies focusing on regulation of the financial services sector, regulation of some financial products and securities, aspects of the Corporations Act. Law Of Investments And Financial Markets is a required course in the Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance) degree and an elective course for other Bachelor of Business programs.
Employment LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course provides you with an introduction to employment law, with particular emphasis on the rights and obligations of employers vis-a-vis employees.&, You will acquire an understanding of the federal constitutional basis of employment law and the common law and federal legislation which governs the employment relationship.&, In addition, you will develop your legal research and writing skills and refine your legal analysis skills.
Commercial LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course provides an introduction to commercial law fundamentals, relevant to business professions. The course provides&,you with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further and more specific studies in the law discipline. Commercial Law is a compulsory core unit in the Bachelor of Business°rees, and is required for membership of CPA Australia and the ICAA for all&,students seeking this form of professional recognition.
Business and Corporations LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The course teaches legal principles important in a commercial environment, focussing particularly on the principles needed by accountants providing professional accountancy services, including the law of contract, negligence and company law. This course will allow you to develop skills in reading, understanding and applying relevant legal principles from both legislation and court decisions, and you will be exposed to critical thinking about the socio-legal framework and legal and ethical standards underpinning the practice of accountancy and business in general. These generic skills will provide a foundation upon which you can continually update your knowledge as the law changes. This course is a prerequisite to the study of Taxation Law. In this course, you will acquire a basic understanding of the legal principles underpinning various business structures and transactions, including law of contract and negligence, and focussing on the principles relating to and regulating r... [Read More]
REIWA LearningTraining Centre/Campus:
Subiaco, WA, AustraliaPhone No.:
08 9388 8155
Competition and Consumer LawCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This course will provide you with a general awareness of consumer and trade practices law and the obligations that apply to your organisation, particularly in relation to the ACL&,#146,s requirements. This will be demonstrated through reality based scenarios adapted from materials produced by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and leading cases.
On successful completion of this course, you will be able to identify:
•The main objectives of the CCA and ACL and the role of the ACCC.
•What constitutes a breach of the consumer protection provisions of the CCA, including misleading or deceptive conduct and false or misleading representations.
•Misleading advertising standards.
•Who can be prosecuted for the breach of the CCA.
•The penalties and other remedies applicable to a breach of the CCA.
Graduate Certificate in Education LawCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Graduate Certificate in Education Law equips educators and administrators with the knowledge and skills needed to deal confidently, effectively and appropriately with legal issues. Students have the opportunity to develop practical skills to identify possible legal problems before they arise, and to respond effectively when they do. They will also understand better the role of lawyers, when to involve them and how to work most effectively with them.
Graduates of the course will be confident in their ability to develop educational policy within a legal framework. The course examines the general principles and practices of school governance, in state, church-based or independent schools, as relevant. Students will gain an understanding of the various statutory, contractual and common law duties, particularly the duty to take reasonable care, which underpins the educational process. Participants will be challenged to examine critically the obligations and rights o... [Read More]
Graduate Certificate in Employment LawCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Graduate Certificate in Employment Law is for people working or seeking to work in the human resources or industrial relations field and who are interested in furthering their studies into the legal and practice aspects of employment law and industrial relations.
With frequent changes to legislation (for example &,#146,Fair Work&,#146, and discrimination laws) those working in human resources, business and industrial relations need to remain up-to-date.
This course is relevant to:
Graduates wishing to work in employment law
Professionals working in employment law, industrial relations or human resources management
Business owners needing to know about current legislation regarding employment
Court and tribunal officials seeking to upgrade their qualifications
The Fair Work legislation has created an enormous thirst for information and training in the area ... [Read More]
Property Law and Planning LegislationCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Provides an overview of the nature of property and of real property law. The planning procedures and development process of residential and commercial projects are examined
1. Understand the nature of real property interests including the principal rights, responsibilities, regulations and controls affecting dealings in land.
2. Ability to analyze the planning procedures and control of the development process of residential and commercial properties.
1. Property law:
- Land titles, including native titles
- Systems of ownership of land
- Roles of legal, equitable interests and interest in land.
2. Planning Legislation:
- History o f land use planning in Australia
- Planning systems, including planning authorities, planning codes and development plans
- Statutory powers of planning authorities,
- Planning procedures
- Control of the developme... [Read More]
Construction Law and LegislationCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course explores law and legislation that governs the construction management process. Primary elements of types of contracts, legal duties and responsibilities will be integrated within the context of contractual administration in the construction industry.
On completion of this course students should be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the nature and significance of the principles and procedures of law and legislation as applied to the construction process
- Describe the liabilities and responsibilities of parties to a contract
- Apply the principles and procedures of law to the effective organisation and practice of a company.
Principles and procedures of law - construction process
Law relating to the construction process: broad understanding of the workings of the Australian legal system, the court system, principles of arbitration, alternative dispute resoluti... [Read More]
Company LawCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Identify the principal legal forms of business organisations differentiating between strengths and weaknesses.
2. Demonstrate an integrative understanding of the legal structure of a company.
3. Interpret and restate the legal rights and duties of parties to the corporation (governance).
4. Recognise, assess and resolve basic legal issues in an ethical and professional manner when interacting with corporations.
5. Explain the legal consequences of the main feature of a company, particularly separate legal personality.
6. Discuss how a company contracts with others.
7. Exhibit an awareness of the rights and duties of directors and shareholders of a company.
8. Demonstrate an evaluative understanding of corporate finance and failure.
9. Communicate your professional knowledge in an articulate style and structure.
The co... [Read More]
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