One (1) hour self-paced online learning. This introductory online module provides participants with an overview of the anti-competitive provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
Who should participate?
MTAA member employees who participate in MTAA Committees (including board), working groups, forums, communications, MTAA sponsored events and forums should complete this training. The recommended pre-requisite training for this Level 1 module is module 2.1 Introduction to the Code of Practice.
- Understands the obligations of industry associations and their members under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
- Understands key provisions in the Act that prohibit anti-competitive conduct among members of industry associations.
- Appreciates that in some circumstances, the ACCC can grant protection to businesses under the Act for otherwise anti-competitive conduct, if it is in the public interest.
How much does it cost?
The fee to complete this online module is $230 for non-members and $115 for members. (including GST). For members who are on a Committee, contact email@example.com to get free access to this module.
Within 24 hours of a user completing the online learning module, a certificate of participation will be available for download via “My Portal” from the MTAA Website from the “Certificates” item under the “My Content” menu.
How do I register?
To register for this module click “Add to Cart” below. You must be logged into “My Portal”, or you can create your own account if you don’t already have one. Payment must be made by Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) at the time of booking. All Credit card payments are processed via our secure registration provider, Securepay. There are no additional fees for payment by credit card.
How do I Access?
Online learning is accessed through “My Portal” from the MTAA Website from the “Online Learning” item under the “My Account” menu.
License, use, transfers and refunds
A single user licence is issued for 12 weeks access to the purchased MTAA online learning module for the assigned user. Online learning modules are non- transferrable and non-refundable.