Essential Skills: Insolvency
Voluntary administrator's reports

A key role of a voluntary administrator is to report to creditors on the distressed company’s business, property and financial circumstances, and explain the options available to the creditors.

Creditors rely heavily on the voluntary administrator's reports to help them make informed decisions about the company’s future. This course will teach you how to ensure reports meet all legal and professional requirements. You’ll then use the provided guides and checklists to complete a practical exercise.

The course materials, exercises and checklists have been updated for the 4th edition of the ARITA Code.

Learning objectives

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the legal and ARITA Code requirements for voluntary administrators' reports.
  • Explain the key principles of high quality report preparation.
  • Gather the information and conduct the investigations necessary to prepare a voluntary administrator's report.

Resources provided 

Practical guides and checklists to help you prepare and review voluntary administrator's reports updated for the 4th edition of the ARITA Code. 


We recommend you complete the Introduction to Insolvency Program, or have one year of on-the-job experience prior to attending this course.

Course format

A two-hour presentation covering the theory, plus at least one practical exercise to ensure understanding of the issues.


Members & non-members: $199 (GST incl.)


Up to 2 CPE hours.

Please see our enrolment and cancellation policy. For further information contact our education team.