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New TCP code compliance training

02 November 2011

Communications Alliance is undertaking a series of one day training courses to help equip telecommunications service providers with the tools they will need to comply with the revised and strengthened TCP Code – scheduled to come into force in early 2012.

The revised Code includes, for the first time, a strong compliance monitoring framework – to be delivered by a new and independent body named Communications Compliance.

The Communications Alliance training program will enable service providers to understand their compliance obligations and the steps they need to take to fulfil these. The training will be undertaken by seasoned industry experts and will leave service providers with a suite of compliance tools.

The first round of one-day courses will be undertaken in all mainland capital cities in the period 21 November to 9 December.

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