Australian Competition and Consumer Law training

Understanding Competition and Consumer Law (CCL) is a critical to FMCG businesses.

The essential features of misleading and deceptive conduct, anti-competitive and unconscionable conduct are explained through presentation and case studies. Training providers, NextGen, are in a unique position to explore the interaction between CCL and the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct. Centred on FMCG realities and relevant case studies, the training covers the following areas:

  • Misuse of market power
  • Misleading and deceptive conduct
  • Unconscionable conduct
  • Price fixing,
  • Resale price maintenance
  • Promotional pricing
  • Refusal to supply
  • Product recalls
  • Exclusive dealings
  • Consequences, personal and corporate

Successfully integrating the CCL understanding within all business functions will build a culture of compliance. Teams from the following area however are likely to get the most from this training:

  • Commercial and accounts
  • Supply chain
  • Marketing
  • Category and insights
  • Legal

AFGC and NextGen offer three options for program delivery:

  • In house – we come to you and deliver a program based on your needs.
  • Open – open sessions will be considered based on level of interest. If you are interested in attending an open session please register your interest.
  • Online – for self-directed learning and those unable to attend an open or in-house programs.

Who To Contact

Alyssa ShandsAssociate Director, Member Services & Events

Email Alyssa Shands