Total cost for course including pre-requisites ($382.40 per month over 15 monthly payments)
How do I pay for this course? Upon enrolment $382.40 is payable to commence course and access course content. 14 subsequent payments of $382.40 are payable each month from months 2-15 via direct debit/credit (Total cost: $5,736.00)
Is there Government funding for this course? No Government funding is available for this course.
When can I start this course? You can enrol and start this course at any time. There are no course intake dates. How is this course delivered? Is it on-line? This course is offered as external/distance, on-line study via our student portal / learning management system. We only offer our courses on-line.
How long do I have to complete this course? You have up to 15 months to complete this qualification.
Can I complete this course sooner than the 15 month timeframe? Yes, as this course is ‘competency based’ you are able to work through your course material at your own pace. Provided you are marked ‘competent’ for your assessment submissions, you can complete this course earlier than 15 months. Should you finalise your studies earlier than the 15 month timeframe, you are required to fully pay for your course to be issued with your certificate and academic transcript.
Are there any pre-requisite requirements for this course? Yes. Entry to this qualification is limited to those who have completed the following units: BSBLEG314 Protect information in a legal services environment; BSBLEG423 Conduct simple legal research; and BSBLEG424 Support the drafting of complex legal documents Or Have two years equivalent full-time relevant work experience What will I need to complete this course? It is essential that you have dedicated internet access as well as Microsoft Word (or similar word processing software) to complete your studies.
What units of competency are in this course? To successfully complete and obtain this qualification, a student is required to complete 12 units of competency. These are:
Apply understanding of the Australian legal system
Maintain a file in a legal services environment
Conduct and apply legal research
Take instructions in a legal services environment
Write complex documents
Apply legal principles in criminal law matters
Apply legal principles in family law matters
Apply legal principles corporation law matters
Apply legal principles in wills and probate matters
**Refer to Student Handbook and online Terms and Conditions for full details. In extenuating circumstances, MMLC will consider extensions for study for private students, however this is at the discretion of the CEO (up to 3 months). Under traineeship arrangements, extensions for training contract terms are not the responsibility of MMLC. Requests for extensions need to be made direct with the relevant government department.