Competition and Consumer Law - An Introduction
This course has been developed to provide an introduction to competition and consumer legislation.
These modules are intended for company managers and employees who are in a position to breach the anti-competitive practices provisions of the CCL while working for their company.
This course will provide an understanding of:
- the purpose and objectives of competition and consumer law
- the role and powers of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
- who can bring proceedings under competition and consumer law
- penalties and remedies for breaches of competition and consumer law
- the nature of individual liability under competition and consumer law, and
- how individuals can be found personally liable for breaches of competition and consumer law.
Endorsed by the NSCA Foundation.
The NSCA Foundation endorses this course as meeting its standards for educational quality and usability with the content having been developed by an appropriately credentialed subject matter expert.