Enrolment Terms and Conditions

Version 1.0 Jan 2018

Terms and Conditions for Non-accredited Training and Short Courses

  • RG206 CPD Terms and Conditions

    CPD RG206 Program General Terms and Conditions

    1. Overview of CPD Program 206

    a) The CPD Program will make available up to 10 CPD Modules over a 12 month enrolment period.

    b) The CPD Modules are available on-line and are completed online.

    c) Each CPD module will state the expected CPD Nominal Hours required for completion.

    d) A CPD Statement of Participation, that summarises the modules completed within any enrolment period and the CPD nominal hours, will be available for each student at the end of the enrolment period.

    e) Enrolment into the CPD Program must be by on-line submission of this Electronic Enrolment Form. Paper based Enrolment Forms will attract an additional $50 processing fee.

    2. College Services Delivered

    a) CPD enrolment is 'on-line delivery'. After Enrolment and payment the student will be emailed logon details to Webclass to allow them to start their CPD program.

    b) All required learning materials are provided on-line and are free of charge.

    c) One CPD Module will be released approximately every 4 - 6 weeks.

    d) Students will be allowed multiple attempts to successfully complete the CPD quizzes.

    e) CPD Enrolment is for one calendar year. Continued access to the CPD Program is subject to payment of a further annual enrolment fee.

    f) At the completion of the Enrolment year students will be provided a CPD Statement of Participation that summarises the modules completed within the enrolment period and the CPD nominal hours free of charge.

    g) The College can re-issue Statements of CPD Participation upon application and payment of the Re-issue Document Fee.

    3. Student and Employer Obligations

    a) The Student and their Employer should satisfy themselves that completion of any or all CPD Modules will adequately address their specific Professional Development needs in conjunction with other professional development activities undertaken (if any).

    b) The Student and/or Employer should immediately raise any concerns they may have about the delivery of the program to the College. This can be done by phone or email.

    c) Students or Employers can contact the College to request additional services and a quotation for those additional services.

    4. Electronic Signatures

    a) In accordance with the Electronic Transactions Act the College will accept electronic signatures from Employers and Students where indicated on its forms.

    b) Employers and Students, where providing an electronic signature and/or submitting forms under electronic signature, acknowledge that they are entering into a legally binding agreement as if they have personally signed that document.

    c) If determined as necessary in the circumstances, the College will seek confirmation of an electronic signature by, for example, sending a confirmation email of the document receipt to the sender.

    d) The College reserves the right to request a document that has been completed under electronic signature to be completed with a personal signature.

    5. Enrolment Fees and Payment Terms

    a) Enrolment Fees are payable prior to or at the time of enrolment. The quoted fee per student is GST inclusive, for an enrolment period of 12 months. Where no client specific fee is quoted, the Fee as outlined in the College Fee Schedule will apply.

    b) Student on-line access and Statements of Participation will be withheld until all outstanding amounts are paid.

    c) CPD Enrolment Fees are not refundable, even if the student changes job role or resigns from employment.

    d) The Enrolment Fee is not transferrable to a new student.

    6. Delivery and Assessment Strategy

    a) This program is delivered online.

    b) This program does not equate to a unit of competency and so will not result in the award of a Statement of Attainment.

    7. Copyright and Intellectual Property

    a. All materials are copyright of Australian College of Commerce and Management Pty Ltd. All rights are reserved.

    b.  The Student and Employer acknowledges that any unauthorised use, reproduction or disclosure of the CPD course content may cause loss, damage or expense to the College.

    8. Not Advice Disclaimer

    The information or materials provided under this program are provided for educational or training purposes only. They do not constitute financial or other advice and cannot be relied on for providing advice. Licencees under an ACL or AFS Licence must satisfy themselves that their chosen activitied, including this course, meet their licence obligations.

    9. CPD Program Technical Specifications

    CPDRG206 runs on the College internet platform Webclass. It is recommended that Clients safe list this website URL to ensure staff access and functionality.

    Webclass use requires:

    • A contemporary browser e.g. Internet Explore v7 and above; Google Chrome; Firefox
    • Javascript enabled
    • PDF reader (which may require a browser add-on)

     

    Updated Jan 2018

  • Compliance CPD Terms and Conditions

    Compliance CPD Program Terms and Conditions

    1. Product Description

    a. Compliance CPD is an online quiz training product.

    b. Students use personal logins to log in online to the College Webclass platform.

    c. Students access a viewable PDF file and answer between 10 and 25 multiple choice/short answer questions for each subject.

    d. There are 2 streams to address management and non-management staff

    e. There are 10 subjects to address general financial services compliance needs.

    The program subjects are:

    Teller / MSO Stream

    Manager Stream

    Subject 1:

     AML  

    Subject 2:

    Code of Practice  

    Subject 3:

    Privacy 

    Subject 4:

    Consumer Protection  

    Subject 5:

    Complaints & EDR  

    Subject 6:

    epayments Code  

    Subject 7:

    Armed Robbery

    Safety Management

    Subject 8:

    TFN Withholding

    Managing for Compliance

    Subject 9:

    Working with Others

    Leaderships Skills

    Subject 10:

    Workplace Behaviours i.e. sexual harassment; anti-bullying

    Managing Workplace Behaviours

     

    f. The program is completed independently and the College does not monitor or follow up students to enrol, or their progress once enrolled.

    g. One subject is released for access in each calendar month, but may at the Colleges discretion be released earlier.

    2. Product Content and ASIC and Other Compliance Requirements

    a. ASIC Regulatory Guide 104 outlines the AFS Licensee’s obligation to review and identify and manage training obligations for various “types” of staff and advisers.

    It is the licensee’s legal obligation to determine the training that is appropriate for the adviser’s role.

    b. The College updates subjects annually to provide currency of content.

    c. This program does not relate to units of competency and so is “non-accredited” training.

    3. Pricing

    a. Fees are payable on enrolment and apply for access to the program, regardless of subjects actually undertaken. Invoicing terms are net 14 days.

    b. GST is applicable on Compliance CPD programs.

    c. The enrolment term is 12 months for each student from the enrolment date of that student.

    d. Once a student has been enrolled a student cannot be substituted and enrolments are not transferrable.

    e. Annual price variations do not apply to current active courses, but will apply on renewal.

    f. Pricing for Compliance CPD

    i. Pricing for one enrolment without any other relationship with the College is $363 ($330 +$33 gst)

    ii. Pricing for single enrolments with other relationships with the College is $297 ($270 + $27 gst)

    iii. Clients committing to enroll greater that 50 enrolments in any one calendar year may be offered a discounted price. If the client fails to meet the agreed enrolment numbers the standard price will be retrospectively applied and an invoice issued.

    4. Student Enrolment and Progress and Certification

    a. Clients are responsible for managing student enrolments. The College will send to the Client an email with an “Enrolment Link” that they can forward to staff they approve to enrol in each enrolment year.

    b. The College will provide an online Student Reporting System.  The Student Reporting System will show who has enrolled and completed subjects, amongst other information.

    Clients can nominate staff that they wish to receive online access to the Student Reporting System.

    The Client is responsible for the progress of students.

    c. Students will at the end of their program be able to download a PDF Statement of Participation that shows the Compliance Program subject name.

    5. Subject or Program Customisation

    a. These terms and conditions apply to the standard Compliance program which is not customisable. Clients may request a quote for a customised Compliance program.

    b. Clients are invited to provide feedback on each subject.

    6. Copyright and Intellectual Property

    a. All materials are copyright of Australian College of Commerce and Management Pty Ltd. All rights are reserved.

    b. The Client acknowledges that any unauthorised use, reproduction or disclosure of the Confidential Information by the Client may cause loss, damage or expense to the College.

    7. Not Advice Disclaimer

    The information or materials provided under this program are provided for educational or training purposes only. They do not constitute financial or other advice and cannot be relied on for providing advice.

    8. Compliance Program Technical Specifications

    Compliance CPD runs on the College internet platform Webclass. It is recommended that Clients safe list this website URL to ensure staff access and functionality

    Webclass use requires:

    • A contemporary browser e.g. Internet Explore v7 and above; Google Chrome; Firefox
    • Javascript enabled
    • PDF reader (which may require a browser add-on)

     

     Updated Jan 2018