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UTS partners with the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) to provide the Association’s specialist postgraduate education program, the ARITA Advanced Certification. Complete this comprehensive and innovative nationwide education program to enhance and accelerate your career path in restructuring, insolvency or turnaround.
This short course, Advanced Restructuring and Turnaround, forms the University component of one of the two possible electives for ARITA Advanced Certification; the other elective is Advanced Insolvency.
The following content will be covered during the course:
Based on a provided case study:
A brief course outline, with topics by week and assessment task due dates, is available on the ARITA website.
On completing this course, in addition to the core course, Fundamentals of Restructuring, Insolvency and Turnaround, participants will receive an Advanced Certificate in Restructuring and Turnaround from ARITA, and satisfy the education requirements to obtain Professional Membership of ARITA.
Applicants must also be subscribers or members of ARITA prior to enrolling in any subject of the Advanced Certification program. Visit ARITA for further information.
This UTS short course is taught entirely online with no on-campus attendance or official contact hours. Participants should allow 10-12 hours per week to complete the course requirements. This course runs for 12 weeks plus a one-week mid-session break and a one-week study break.
Full price: $3,685* (GST inclusive)**
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
** The price of this course is comprised of a $3,350 course fee plus $335 GST.
By enrolling in this course, participants give consent for UTS to disclose relevant enrolment information, including final results, to ARITA in order to verify that prerequisites have been met and confirm participants’ academic progress toward completion of the University component of the ARITA Advanced Certification.
Specific refund arrangements for ARITA courses
With reference to the UTS Open Terms & Conditions, please note that Specific Refund Arrangements are in place for this course. Please refer to the ARITA website for confirmation of the Enrolment and Cancellation policies for all courses which form part of the ARITA Advanced Certification.
Your enrolment will be confirmed immediately when paying with a credit or debit card via our secure online portal.
Alternatively, ABN holders can request an invoice for payment by EFT. Please note that an enrolment via invoice will remain in Pending status until the payment has been reconciled in UTS accounts; we recommend allowing at least 3 working days after your organisation makes the Electronic Funds Transfer for receipt to be confirmed.
Details of the ARITA Advanced Certification program, including further details about this course, are available on the ARITA website, or email ARITA’s Education team at: email@example.com or Tel: +61 (02) 8004 4351.
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