Australian Consumer Law - customs brokers & freight forwarders (Stream B - 4 CPD points - FTA032

Lynne Grant – Special Counsel, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers delivered the following presentation to FTA members in Sydney on 17 May 2017 focussing on how to avoid anti-competitive behaviour, exposure to a claim for misleading and deceptive conduct, consumer guarantees to provide services with due care and skill and unfair contract terms

Audience

This course is suitable for importers, exporters, customs brokers and freight forwarding staff. It is highly recommended that customs brokerage and freight forwarding managers and business owners of take note of requirements and implement measures to meet compliance requirements.

Program structure

Recorded presentation delivered by Lynne Grant – Special Counsel, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers delivered the following presentation to FTA members in Sydney on 17 May 2017

Timeframe

Duration 1 hour

Assessment

An optional assessment is available with 10 multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points (an online certificate can be downloaded by going to "Results & Certificates")

Course Price

EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50

Course Units

Core

  • The Australian Consumer law - What does it mean for customs brokers and freight forwarders (Stream B

    Lynne Grant – Special Counsel, Hunt & Hunt Lawyers delivered the following presentation to FTA members in Sydney on 17 May 2017 focussing on how to avoid anti-competitive behaviour, exposure to a claim for misleading and deceptive conduct, consumer guarantees to provide services with due care and skill and unfair contract terms

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