Administrative Law Courses courses provide very considerable savings compared to individual enrolments. While an ideal session size may be in the range of up to 20-25 participants, we are happy to accommodate any session size which is preferred.
Starting in February 2018, ALi will offer a complete range of 8 administrative law courses open to all public servants. The courses include Administrative Law Illustrated, Building a Better Decision and Cases of Distinction
Freedom of Information Act (FOI); concepts such as judicial and merits review; and the application of the Archives Act;
FOI requires a sound understanding of both ‘administrative’ and ‘access’ decision making. Applying excellent decision-making skills are a key to high quality FOI outcomes.
Administrative Law decision making in FOI covers a broad range of matters including validity of requests, documents covered, transfers, consultation, charges and resources. These administrative decisions lay the ground work for handling the FOI request and are vital to its later success.
Tim Moe has presented legal courses and seminars to over 40 government agencies and departments and to thousands of public servants. He gives legal training all over Australia. Tim’s training is extremely well received by lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
For further information contact Tim Moe on the number below: