These Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) set out the terms and conditions that apply to all College of Law Limited (ABN 61 138 459 015) on-demand short programs which includes but is not limited to: all on-demand CPD and CPD bundles (On-demand Courses) and digital subscriptions of on-demand courses (Subscriptions). These terms and conditions exclude subscriptions to CPD Interactive.
If enrolling online, by ticking the Terms and Conditions box you are agreeing to the following:
Following successful payment, you will receive an email with details of how to access your On-demand Course or Subscription. Access will be provided within 2 hours of purchase.
You will retain this access:
- Until 31 December 2023 for On-demand Courses, and
- 12 months from the end of the month of purchase for any Subscription (Subscription Term)
Cancellations and refunds
Refunds are not available for On-demand Courses or Subscriptions.
Managing your subscription
At the end of your Subscription Term, your subscription will automatically renew (Renewal Date), unless you have cancelled the Subscription.
You can cancel your Subscription at any time within 30 days of the Renewal Date. If you do so, your Subscription will not renew on the Renewal Date, you will not be charged for a further Subscription Term and you will lose access to the subscription on the Renewal Date.
To cancel your Subscription, please provide us notice by completing the cancellation request on the Service Portal
Changes to content
We will not make any changes to On-demand Courses once they have been purchased. If there is a significant change to the content because of a legal or other development, if will not change within the On-demand Course if that change occurs after the date of purchase.
We reserve the right to make changes to content within a Subscription. This may include but is not limited to:
- updating individual course content within a subscription, or
- adding or removing individual courses.
At any given time, we will ensure that your Subscription has a minimum of fifty (50) hours of learning content, across different formats, and covering the mandatory CPD areas of substantive law, professional skills, practice management and ethics.
We will review the content of each individual course within a Subscription every 12 months.
CPD category classification
CPD category classifications (substantive law, professional skills, practice management and ethics) and provided as a guide only at the time of publication.
The College of Law does not issue CPD points or accredit programs for CPD points.
Allocation of CPD points are subject to the requirements in the relevant jurisdiction for which a practising certificate is held.
The Activity Report to the Law Society of WA is not available for On-demand or Subscription purchases.
WA practitioners may still purchase an On-demand or Subscription product but it will not be reported by the College of Law to the Law Society of WA and therefore you will not be able to claim CPD points in WA.
You can track the completion of your On-demand Course and courses within a Subscription within our learning management system. This will tell you how many hours you have completed for the purposes of your CPD compliance.
We do not issue Certificates of Completion.
All On-demand Courses and Subscriptions are for personal use and must not be shared.
If you are an individual, you must only access the On-demand Course or Subscription and should not share your personal access details.
If you are an organisation, the On-demand Courses or Subscription must only be used for your internal purposes and accessed by nominated users.
All On-demand Courses and courses within a Subscription remain the copyright of the College of Law, or provided under licence. No part of any On-demand Course or Subscription may be reproduced, distributed or copied in any form or by any means without appropriate permissions.