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Guide to the JobKeeper Scheme (on-demand)

Barristers, David Chin SC and Ian Neil SC guide you through the provisions of the JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme.

About this course

In this online, on-demand course, Barristers, David Chin SC and Ian Neil SC examine the JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme. They will discuss:

  • Eligible employers
  • Eligible workers
  • Anomalies
  • Guarantees
  • Enabling directions
  • Requirements
  • Miscellaneous provisions.


1 CPD unit (one unit per hour)

Course structure

This course consists of a one-hour video recording of a lecture by Barristers David Chin SC and Ian Neil SC, together with reference resources.

Learning outcomes

This course will assist participants to:

  • Understand the provisions and operation of the JobKeeper scheme
  • Assess eligibility for the scheme
  • Advise clients regarding application of the scheme.


A discount of 10% is available to UTS Alumni or UTS Staff enrolling in this short course. If you are eligible for this discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student or Staff ID number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘a bit about you’).

When signing up for the session, use the relevant voucher code to apply the discount to your cart:

  • UTS Student / Alumni: Lawalumni
  • UTS Staff: Lstaff

Please note that discounts cannot be combined. A limit of one discount applies per person per course session.


Who is this course for?

This program is particularly useful for:

  • General practitioners

  • Corporate lawyers and in house counsel

  • Employment lawyers

  • HR practitioners.




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Meet the Expert

David Chin SC

David Chin SC
Barrister, 5 Wentworth Chambers

Admitted to the Bar in 2001, David Chin practices nationally, primarily in the areas of Industrial and Employment Law, Work Health and Safety Law, and Discrimination Law; and represents employees, employers, trade unions, public regulators and others in a variety of state and federal courts and tribunals.

He is co-author, with Ian Neil SC, of The Modern Contract of Employment, the second edition of which was published by Thomson Reuters Australia in 2017. He is also an Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney.

David is included in the ‘2020 Best Lawyers’ list for Labour and Employment Law (published in the AFR), is listed by Chambers & Partners in their barrister rankings for Employment Law, and is recommended in the Employment Law and Workplace Health and Safety Law sections of Doyle’s Guide.

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Ian Neil SC

Ian Neil SC
6 St James Hall Chambers

A silk since 2006, Ian works with leading law firms throughout Australia for clients in mining and resources, building and construction, banking and finance, industry, and government. The principal focus of his practice is employment and industrial law.

Ian also appears frequently in commissions and inquiries, has a wide appellate, commercial, equity and administrative law practice in every jurisdiction in Australia and appears in and conducts mediations and arbitrations in Australia, Hong Kong, and in the London Beth Din.

Ian is author, with David Chin SC, of The Modern Contract of Employment, now the leading Australian text on the common law of employment. He teaches advocacy as a senior instructor for the Australian Advocacy Institute and the Australian and NSW Bar Associations. He has been invited to teach advocacy throughout Australia, the UK, Hong Kong, India, Bangladesh and Nepal. Ian teaches and mentors new barristers, serves on the NSW Bar Association’s Duty Barrister Scheme, and regularly takes pro bono work.

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Self paced
Expert: David Chin SC, Ian Neil SC
  • Start anytime
  • Online
  • 1 session, 1 hour total

Note: Course content recorded April 2020

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