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About Legislation – 2022 – Wednesday 8 June
Most proposed Commonwealth legislation is introduced into the House of Representatives. In the About Legislation seminar, we explain in detail the whole legislative process – from the introduction of a bill into the House, to what happens when it becomes an act, or law. We guide you in how to find and use on-line documents related to the legislative process.
The seminar is designed for people who are involved in the legislative process and who need to follow the passage of legislation through the parliament.
Please note that this is the product page for an in-person seminar. Hosting in-person seminars is subject to health advice and access restrictions on Parliament House. If attendees are no longer able to attend the seminar due to changed advice or restrictions, they will be entitled to attend the session via webinar or a full refund of their purchase. If you would prefer to purchase a ticket to the About Legislation webinar, please click here.
2. The passage of legislation
3. The House and the Senate
4. Accessing information and legislation
You will understand:
Date: Wednesday 8 June
Registration: 9.30am – 10.00am
Seminar: 10.00am – 12.00pm
Venue: Parliament House, Canberra.
Payment terms and conditions
Credit card payments can only be accepted from Visa and MasterCard. For an alternative method of payment please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails are monitored during business hours and will be responded to as soon as possible.
Card payment fee
A card payment fee will not be applied to your transaction.
Card payment receipts
Once your payment has been completed you will be given a receipt including a receipt number, your registration name and the event name. This receipt will constitute a valid tax invoice. If you require a separate tax invoice or receipt please email email@example.com and provide your receipt. Please allow 7–10 business days for your request to be processed.
The payment details will be displayed on your card statement as ‘Dept House of Reps’.
Transferring event bookings from one person to another is permitted provided you have advised the event contact person prior to the commencement of the event and you receive acknowledgement of the receipt of that advice. There is no option to transfer to another event.
The following policy applies for all event cancellation requests received by the event contact person as nominated on the event website:
- 5 or more business days’ notice before the event — a full refund will be given.
- 1 to 4 business days’ notice before the course — no refund will be given.
- No refund is available if notice of cancellation is received on the day of the course or for non-attendance.
- No credits will be given for cancellations.
Event cancellations by the department
The department reserves the right to cancel, at its sole discretion, any particular event. In the event of a cancelation, participants will be contacted by the event contact person to arrange a full refund of the event cost.
The department assumes no responsibility for non-refundable airline tickets, accommodation, deposits, or any other expenses incurred due to course cancellations.
Attendees will be notified of course cancellations no later than 10 business days prior to the scheduled course start date.
The department collects, discloses and uses your personal information to administer the event that you have registered for and for associated support, and to respond to your enquiries or feedback.
The department will not share your details with any third parties.
By registering for an event you consent to the department collection, disclosing and using your personal information for the purposes outlined above.
Your details will not be used to promote products or services that are provided by the department.