This comprehensive course will ensure that you have a full understanding of the changes under the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016, including Insolvency Practice Rules and transitional provisions, for regulated debtor estates:

  • Bankruptcy

  • Controlling trustees, and

  • Personal insolvency agreements.

The course will provide a comparison of the new and old requirements, highlighting changes to procedure and practice.


There are no prerequisites to attend this training. Open to members and non-members.


Location and dates:

By registering to attend this presentation you agree with the enrolment and cancellation policy


Sydney: 8 June
Canberra: 29 August


Melbourne: 19 July


Brisbane: 11 July


Perth: 30 June


Adelaide: 2 August

Online (exclusive to regional areas)
1 September, 8:30am - 1:00pm AEDT

Please note: ARITA can cancel/alter scheduled dates for any Law Reform training where minimum attendance numbers are not reached.


Professional & Associate Members: $199 (inc GST)
Graduates & Student Members: $275 (inc GST)
Non-members: $799 (inc GST)


Time commitment: 

4-hours presentation (incl. Q&A) plus 30 min. tea break.
All sessions will run from 8:30am to 1:00pm, except Adelaide (1:30pm - 5:45pm)

CPD/CLE points: 

This presentation earns attendees 4 CPD points.



This training will be conducted by ARITA trainers with extensive experience in insolvency. They will be fully trained by ARITA on the new Law Reform Act (ILRA) and Insolvency Practice Rules.


What do participants receive?

Participants will also be provided with a variety of tools and guides to assist with understanding and implementing the new law and transitional requirements.


For specific training on creditors rights and your obligations in relation to communicating and responding to creditors under the new law, refer to the training course Dealing with creditors under the new law.

For specific training on the changes to liquidations, voluntary administrations and deeds of company arrangement, refer to the training course Corporate Insolvency Administrations.