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Certificate IV in Government (Statutory Compliance)


This specialist qualification covers the competencies required to ensure statutory compliance in line with the requirements of legislation, regulations and, government and organisational policy. The electives offered are designed to be flexible enough to meet the critical needs of different organisations.

This program is offered utilising a number of subject matter experts covering communication and interview skills. The course program is designed to be highly interactive for each participant with realistic scenarios and actual 'crime scene' premises for conducting search and seizure as well as giving evidence in an actual courtroom setting. Each workshop enables the participant to build on the skills acquired before engaging in the next learning module.

Job Opportunities

Regulatory Compliance Officer

Who should Attend

People who are responsible for statutory compliance under a range of legislation, regulations, mandated government and organisation policy.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to enter this course you will need to:

  • be mature age (20 years or over)
  • work for a government department or agency
  • have access to the specific work practices and procedures required to demonstrate competency in the units undertaken

What's involved

  • Face to face training sessions
  • Milestone activities
  • Work-based projects
  • Assessment interview

Class Size

Minimum 8 participants
Maximum 20 participants

Units of Study

To gain this qualification you will need to complete all of the following units of study: 

  • Uphold and support the values and principles of public service
  • Use advanced workplace communication strategies
  • Encourage compliance with legislation in the public sector
  • Contribute to workplace safety
  • Deliver and monitor service to clients
  • Value diversity
  • Apply government processes
  • Support policy implementation
  • Exercise regulatory powers
  • Investigate non-compliance
  • Conduct search and seizure
  • Give evidence
  • Gather information through interviews
  • Advise on progress of investigations
  • Finalise and report on investigations