Legal Obligations of Engineers, the Professional Engineers Act and the role of the Board of Professional Engineers of Queensland Registration Form
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By accepting and attending this event I declare that I am up-to-date against COVID-19 with an Approved Vaccination in accordance with the Clayton Utz COVID-19 Vaccination policy and the ATAGI defined term “up-to-date”. Upon entry to our premises you will be required to show proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination status. Click here for further information.
Cancellations, substitutions and no shows: Notification must be made in writing to [email protected]. Substitutions can be made at any time without penalty. The following charges apply to cancellations and no shows:
- 15 or more days before the workshop: You will be offered a full refund or a credit position at a future workshop.
- 8-14 days before the workshop: The full cost will be charged and you'll be offered a credit position at a future workshop.
- 7 days or less, including no shows: The full cost will be charged. Credit positions do not apply.
Disclaimers: Clayton Utz Training Program workshops are intended to provide commentary and general information. They should not be relied upon as legal advice. Formal legal advice should be sought in particular transactions or on matters of interest arising from the workshops. Clayton Utz reserves the right to postpone, cancel or alter the workshops as required. Clayton Utz accepts no responsibility for any travel, accommodation or other consequential losses which may be incurred.
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