Who are these courses for?
We help financial services and credit licensee directors and executives satisfy their personal obligation to ensure that their business is sound and compliant.
The courses are also intended for those who already, or plan to, work in an in-house legal or compliance team.
Our corporate clients include banks, credit unions, building societies, insurers, superannuation funds and health funds.
- Designed by a lawyer;
- Simple and easy to use;
- Available for study in your own time;
- Courses available 24/7;
- No schedule conflict;
- No time off;
- No travel time;
- Relevant courses to choose from;
- Fulfill your licence obligations;
- enables you to earn CPD hours gives you a personalised certificate each time you complete a course.
Do I earn CPD points?
This site is designed to assist responsible managers of licensees and representatives to meet their CPD obligations. 1 hour of training is generally accepted as earning 1 CPD point.
Our courses keep you up to date with regulatory requirements and regulatory changes.
Users can access courses from anywhere, anytime, on the web or on mobile devices.
What certification will I receive?
Completion of the training does not lead to a qualification. Bright Law is not a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
Bright Law Training keeps track of completion of courses by users and provides a certificate on completion.
How long do I have access to the course?
There is no limit on the number of times the course can be accessed for an individual buyer's personal use for 90 days, unless the course description provides for a longer period.
Ask us about our company packages.
We also conduct seminars and provide in-house training.
Bright Law is the business name of Bright Legal Services Pty Ltd ABN 55166695610.
Legal advice to Bright Law customers is provided through Bright Corporate Law. The liability of Bright Corporate Law is limited by a scheme approved by Professional Standards Legislation