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Not-for-profit Legal Training
- The fee for a standard (3 hour) NFP Law training session is $1,950.00 +GST.
- The fee for a 1.5 hour webinar is $850.00 +GST.
Not-for-profit organisations receive a 20% discount.
Prices vary depending on location, time of day, number of participants and the amount of customisation required.
If you're interested in multiple sessions we can help develop a training program and will offer a discount for 2 or more sessions booked.
To find out more or to request a Training Proposal contact us on 03 8636 4448 or email us.
What does the training session price include?
The session price for all NFP Law training sessions includes:
- preparation and delivery of training session by a lawyer with expertise in NFP and charity law and experience in delivering training to community organisations
- preparation of participant materials
- administration costs
- a training evaluation report, sent to the client after completion of the training
The session price generally does not include:
- venue hire (this is the responsibility of the client)
- catering (if required, this is the responsibility of the client)
- printing costs (this is the responsibility of the client, although NFP Law can cover printing costs by negotiation)
- travel and accommodation costs of training lawyer (if applicable)
Training terms and conditions
How do we book a training session?
If you are interested in NFP Law training, we will discuss your training needs with you and then provide you with a Training Proposal which will includes details of the training, the dates and timing of the training, our terms and conditions and a quote.
The quote is valid for 6 months from the date of the training proposal.
If your organisation would like to proceed with the training we ask that you confirm acceptance of the training proposal in writing (eg. by email). We cannot start work on training materials or reserve dates in our training calendar until we receive written acceptance of our training proposal.
When is payment for the training due?
As soon as the training has been confirmed, we will send out an invoice (from Justice Connect). Our standard terms are for payment to be received before the date of the training, however we can negotiate with clients on this issue.
What are NFP Law’s terms and conditions for postponing and cancelling training?
We will provide you with a Training Proposal which will include details of the training and a quote.
The training proposal is valid for 6 months from the date of the proposal.
Once your organisation confirms in writing they accept the training proposal, and a training date has been fixed, the following terms apply:
Once this quote has been accepted NFP Law is not able to provide refunds for cancelled training.
Changing training date or location
Requests to change the training (e.g. date, location or content) will be accommodated if at least 5 weeks‘ notice is provided, subject to NFP Law’s capacity to accommodate requests. You will be responsible for costs incurred by NFP Law (if any) associated with these changes.
Requests to change training within 5 weeks of the booked training date will be accommodated at NFP Law’s discretion. NFP Law may refuse to accommodate change requests within 5 weeks of the booked training date and the client may choose to retain this booking or cancel. NFP Law does not provide cancellation refunds.
Who owns the intellectual property of training materials?
NFP Law retain ownership of all intellectual property in training materials developed for clients. Please contact us for more details about this.
Can we circulate materials to participants who can’t attend?
Please contact us to discuss this and we will make an agreement about distribution of training materials.
We’re interested in NFP Law training! What do we do now?
For more information, a training proposal or to discuss tailoring training for your organisation, please contact Fiona Skelton on 03 8636 4448 or email NFP Law.