Trade Practices and Consumer Law
As a business, it is your obligation to keep employees knowledgeable about trade practices and consumer law. There are a series of requirements employees must meet to abide by federal legislation when buying or selling goods, services or land.
In any industry, there are legal risks to be mindful of. These are outlined in the general and specific protections of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. This induction course is designed to teach you about these protections and the consequences for breaching them.
- This course is broad in scope and is suitable for a variety of businesses and industries, especially commercial companies
- Corporate companies and small businesses will benefit equally from this induction course
- This course is ideal for educating staff about industry best practice, legislation and the consequences of misconduct
- Understand the Competition and Consumer Act 2010
- Gain a detailed understanding of the rights and responsibilities of buyers and sellers
- Be able to identify breaches of trade practices and consumer law
- Deliver trade practices and consumer law training to a wide range of employees
- Employees will have the knowledge to sell goods, services and land in accordance with the law
- Employees will understand the consequences of breaching trade practices and consumer law legislation
- Protect your organisation from legal penalties