Reduce the risk to you and your business

Our two-hour livestream workshop on insolvency law will give you practical tips for dealing with the insolvency of others and reducing the risk to you and your business.

We'll explain the ins and outs of insolvency law, how it affects the construction industry - both individuals and businesses, how to deal with the insolvency of others and steps you can take to reduce the effects  of the insolvency of others on you.

Phone 1300 13 60 02 Enquire now

Why enrol?

Our construction law specialists are here to help you before it's too late. Get the knowledge and practical tips you need now, to protect you and your business.

Course outline

Our two-hour livestream workshop will cover:

Overview of insolvency and the construction industry:

  • What is insolvency?
  • What is insolvent trading?
  • Insolvency for individuals – the what, where, when, how and why of bankruptcy
  • Insolvency for companies – the what, where, when, how and why of external administration, receivership and liquidation
  • The effect of insolvency on QBCC licenses.

Dealing with the insolvency of others:

  • Applying to have a person declared bankrupt
  • Applying to have a company wound up
  • Retrieving security
  • Making a claim
  • Preference payments
  • The Personal Property Securities Register.

Reducing the effects of insolvency of others on you:

  • Doing credit checks
  • Getting security from your clients
  • Deeds of guarantee
  • Charges over the land and caveats
  • Advance payments
  • Retention of title clauses
  • Keeping on to of debtors
  • Retentions and bank guarantees
  • Keeping on top of assessment of payment claims and defects.

Course details

Duration Two hours
DeliveryOnline interactive workshop via ZOOM
Cost 

Full course price:

  • Members & non-members: $200 (Inc. GST)

Funded course price:

  • Funded (small business) course price: $50 (Inc. GST)^

^CSQ contributes towards the cost of this course under the small business program. Eligibility criteria applies – enrolling student must be a small business owner or employee of a building and construction business (directly involved in the administrative day-to-day running of the business). A small business is defined as less than 20 employees in the building and construction industry. Click here for more information or call 1300 136 002 to check your eligibility and to enrol.

OutcomeThis is not a Nationally Recognised Training course.
Eligibility   Candidates should be able to demonstrate a sufficient level of language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills.

Upcoming dates

Choose a date and venue that suits you by choosing whether you're eligible for a funded option or enrol using the full course price option. Not sure which to choose or no dates that suit? Give us a call on 1300 13 60 02 for assistance or to register your interest for the next course date in your area.

Non-funded

If you are not eligible for CSQ small business funding, choose from the below course options to book. The full price is $200 (Inc. GST).

Funded: small business

If you are eligible for CSQ small business funding, choose from the below course options to book. The funded price for both members and non-members is $50 (Inc. GST)^. Check here to see if you're eligible for funding, or call us on 1300 13 60 02.

^CSQ contributes towards the cost of this course under the small business program (subject to funding availability and eligibility criteria).


Terms & conditions

Please read Master Builders training and licensing policies and Student Handbook prior to enrolment.

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