Allens online learning

Online learning

Our webinars and online courses can provide you with the insights you need to help stay ahead of the complex issues businesses are tackling in a rapidly changing landscape, while helping to fulfil your CPD requirements. 

Register for one of our upcoming live webinars or select a topic below to access on-demand virtual learning that's eligible for CPD points across a variety of core areas. Learn more about CPD compliance and read our FAQ's. 

Upcoming live webinars

Financial services regulation: what you need to know now and what's changing

15 October 2020

Registrations open soon

View our on-demand webinars

Tax Disputes Series: what lies ahead - ATO compliance focus in the large market

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4

Restructuring and Insolvency: preparing for, and going beyond, the insolvency cliff

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law and Professional Skills | WA Substantive Law CA4 and Professional Skills CA2. 1 hour – 1 CPD point.

Privacy in the workplace

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Government seminar series: COVID-19 and beyond: Key lessons for government contracting

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Employment and Safety: backpay to the future: identifying and rectifying underpayments

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Risk e-business? Managing regulatory hurdles and adapting legal strategies as you accelerate your business online

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Tax disputes series: binding arbitration of tax disputes

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

The future of financial services: collaborating for economic stability

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: 0.5 CPD points in Professional skills and 0.5 CPD points in Substantive law.

Key legal issues for state government

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Employment and Safety: returning to the workplace

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Restructuring, Insolvency and COVID-19

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: 0.5 in Professional skills and 0.5 in Substantive law.

COVID-19 and impacts on fund managers and investors

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Impacts of COVID-19 on superannuation, funds and banking

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Economic, social, legal and regulatory issues arising from COVID-19

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Professional skills.

Signing documents in a pandemic

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: 0.5 CPD points Professional skills and 0.5 CPD points Substantive law.

The IP landscape: key trends and cases (Part 1)

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 2 hours – 2 CPD points.

The IP landscape: key trends and cases (Part 2)

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 2 hours – 2 CPD points

Practical guide for AI: ethical, safe, lawful

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Ethics and Professional responsibility.

Contract law update for 2020

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Competition Law Fest 2020: audio edition

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: NSW/VIC/QLD Substantive Law | WA Substantive Law CA4. 1 hour – 1 CPD point

Creating high-performing teams

Eligible for CPD points. Core area: Professional skills.

Online learning FAQs

What are the CPD requirements for my state?

CPD requirements in NSW and VIC

The CPD schemes in NSW and VIC are based on the principles of self-assessment. If the session is relevant to your practice needs or professional development then you can claim one unit for each hour of attendance subject to the cap on private study of audio/visual material.  For further information visit the Law Society of NSW website or the Law Insititue of Victoria website.

CPD requirements in QLD

The CPD scheme in QLD is based on the principles of self-assessment. If the session is relevant to your professional development and practice of the law, then you can claim one unit for each hour of attendance including private study of audio/visual material recorded in the relevant CPD year.  For further information visit the Queensland Law Society website.

CPD requirements in WA

Each recorded session specifies the maximum number of CPD points and competency. Viewing of the presentation, up to 12 months after the date of the presentation (listed), will attract CPD points. You can claim one point for each complete hour of attendance. For more information visit the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia website. 

How do I get my record of attendance?

When you've watched a webinar for 60 minutes, a personalised certificate is available for download on the webinar screen. Alternatively you can contact our events team for assistance.

Can I claim CPD points for all online learning modules?

Our webinars cover a range of topics and it's noted where these can contribute to CPD points. Please note that it is up to the individual to ensure they plan their CPD topics according to the regulations in their state. You can find out more about CPD requirements in your location above. 

Who can access online learning modules?

Allens online learning modules are only available to clients of Allens. Should you have any issues accessing our webinars, please contact us.

State regulators have issued updates on COVID-19 and CPD compliance. You should check the requirements in your home state with respect to viewing recorded material. 

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