This subject provides students with the key areas of knowledge and skills in employment law. The subject takes a high-level view of the critical concepts in employment law and examines common scenarios. Students will identify different employment relationships focusing on ways to prevent breaches and minimise liability.





Topics in this subject include:

  • The different types of employment
  • Formation of employment contracts
  • The rights, duties and responsibilities of employers and employees
  • Breaches of employment contracts
  • Termination of employment contracts
  • Remedies in employment disputes for employers and employees
  • The dispute resolution process of the Fair Work Commission.





    How to enrol

    If you are a new student 

    Apply via our online application form that will take less than 15 minutes to complete. Simply press the Enrol button below. 

    To make an application online, please note you will need the following documentation ready to upload:

    1. A copy of your Academic Transcript  
    2. A passport-sized current colour photo (does not need to be an official passport photo)
    3. If you are not an Australian citizen, evidence of your status  


    You will also need to have the following at hand:

    1. CHESSN (Commonwealth Higher Education Student Support Number) if you have one  
    2. Your student number relating to your law degree / Diploma of Law / JD or equivalent.
    3. Your Tax File Number if paying via FEE-Help (student loan)


    After completing the online application you will receive a confirmation email of your application – your enrolment is not complete at this stage.

    We will email you once your application has been processed and your enrolment confirmed. This email will contain information about orientation, the onsite week and the learning portal.



    If you are a re-enrolling student 

    Complete the re-enrolment process online in the Career Portal.

    You will need your student number and password to login. 



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