Remuneration​: Necessary and Proper

With an increasing focus on remuneration of insolvency practitioners, this half day training course reviews the guidance provided by ARITA, regulators and court and considers key practical issues when seeking remuneration approval from creditors for both corporate and personal insolvency appointments.

This information provides a framework which is then applied in a practical exercise utilising a checklist provided to you during the course.

The training course clarifies areas of common misunderstanding including:

  • Remuneration versus disbursement
  • Charging for pre-appointment work and travel
  • Upfront payment of fees and indemnities.  


Upcoming course dates
Learning objectives
Who should attend?
Course content
CPD/CLE points
What do participants receive?


Sydney: 30 October 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm) 

Melbourne: 20 November 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm) 

Perth: 9 November 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm) 

Brisbane: 3 November 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm) 

Adelaide: 13 November 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm) 

Also register for training on Independence and Section 439A Reports as all three courses are running consecutively in each location.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain and apply the legislative, Court, regulator and ARITA Code requirements when dealing with remuneration
  • Utilise the information and checklists provided in the course to prepare clear and concise remuneration reports that meet statutory and professional standards requirements

Who should attend?

All partners and staff involved in the review and/or preparation of remuneration approval requests will benefit from attending this comprehensive course.



ARITA Members:
$355 (including GST)
Non-Members: $540 (including GST)

Either morning or afternoon tea is provided.

Please note: Each registration for courses offered via electronic classrooms are for single viewer users only. Exhibition of this training to groups is strictly prohibited and in violation of our terms to service.

Course content

  • Legislative requirements
  • WIP reviews
  • ARITA Code requirements
  • Regulator comments and guidance
  • Practical issues
    - Pre-appointment work
    - Travel
    - Money received in advance
    - FEG and Assetless Administration Fund
    - Meeting protocols
  • Critical analysis of remuneration reports

CPD/CLE points

The course, which is four hours, earns the student 4 CLE/CPD points.

What do participants receive?

All participants in the course will receive a highly comprehensive checklist to assist with meeting professional standards and statutory requirements in the preparation and review of remuneration approval requests.

IMPORTANT:  Please see our Cancellation PolicyFor further information contact our Education Team.


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