Professional Development Courses

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Duration

The duration of the professional development courses can vary between a four-day intensive to three weeks.

How to apply

Select your preferred professional development course from the course calendar below, then complete the online application form. Applications must be received at least 15 working days prior to the course start date.

ANU College of Law Professional Development courses enable you to update or refresh your knowledge, expand your skillset, focus on a specialised area of law relating to your current role, or gain new knowledge and skills to prepare you for a new role.

Courses are taught by world-class academics and guest lecturers with real-world professional experience, and delivered in an intensive format of between four days to three weeks to suit working professionals.

Tailored professional development courses can be developed and delivered in-house at your workplace upon request.

Remaining 2021 Courses

Course Code Delivery Dates
Advanced Contracts LAWS8218 Online 22 Nov to 1 Dec
Special Topics in Law: Contagious diseases and International law LAWS8148 Online 22 Nov to 10 Dec
International Law of the Environment LAWS8264 Online 23 Nov to 16 Dec

 

2022 Courses

New Technologies Law

Course Code Delivery Dates
The Law of Weaponry and Targeting LAWS8401 Online 3 Jan - 6 Jan
Cyber Warfare Law LAWS8035 Online 10 Jan - 13 Jan
Strategic Issues in the Law of Armed Conflict LAWS8409 Online 17 Jan - 20 Jan
Nuclear Weapons Law LAWS8013 Online 24 Jan - 28 Jan
Cyber Law LAWS8077 Online 11 Apr - 29 Apr
Work and the Gig Economy LAWS8341 Online 26 Apr - 12 May

 

Assessment

As a professional development course participant, you will be expected to prepare for, attend and participate in classes. You will not be required to complete assessment items and you will not receive a formal grade for the course.

Certification and credit

You will receive a Certificate of Attendance from the ANU College of Law for your participation in the course, but it is not possible to use the attendance as credit towards a degree program at ANU or any other university.

If you wish to gain status (credit) for the course you must apply as a non-award student or apply for a full degree program.

 

How to apply

To apply, select your preferred professional development course from the Course Calendar above, then complete the online application form.

Applications must be received at least 15 working days prior to the course start date.

 

Fees

$1,265 (inc. GST) per student, per course. This fee does not include any prescribed textbooks (if required).

Payment can be made online or by invoice. Refer to the online application form for further details. 

Full payment is required prior to the commencement of the course and fees are payable direct to the ANU College of Law by credit card, cheque, money order or invoice.

 

 
Discounted rates for ANU alumni

ANU alumni receive a 10% discount on professional development short courses ($1,138.50 (inc. GST) per student, per course).
 

You’ll find instructions on redeeming this discount in the online application form.

Discount cannot be used twice.

Discounted rates for Bulk Applications

A 10% discount can be applied to companies applying for five or more on professional development short courses ($1,138.50 (inc. GST) per student, per course).

You’ll find instructions on redeeming this discount in the online application form.

Discount cannot be used twice.

 

In-house professional development courses

These professional development courses also qualify for Continuing Professional Development points in most Australian states and territories and other common law jurisdictions. Applicants are advised to check with their professional association.

ANU is currently on the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) Leadership, Learning and Development Panel approved to provide training for the Australian Public Service.

If you would like to talk to us about developing a tailored learning solution for your team or workplace, please email Marketing and Communications, ANU College of Law or call +61 2 6125 0900.

 

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team