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Copyright Short Course

Knowledge is power! In this subject, students learn all about the ins and outs of Australian copyright law. This includes an historical overview of copyright dating back to the invention of the printing press, important changes and amendments to copyright legislation, current practice in the digital age, creative commons licensing schemes and more.

BSBIPR401: Use and Respect Copyright

Full fee: $795

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Monthly intake dates available.

Duration of the short course is a maximum of 6 months, however students can complete the course sooner.

There are NO pre-requisites for this short course.

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All short courses are units of competency that have come directly from one of our full qualifications.

Overview

Knowledge is power! In this subject, students explore the ins and outs of Australian and international copyright law. The course begins with an historical overview of copyright that dates back to the invention of the printing press and the first copyright legislation — the Copyright Act 1710 , commonly referred to as The Statute of Anne. Students also explore current day legislation and work through commonly used copyright terms and principles incl. moral rights, performers rights, Creative Commons licence schemes, collecting societies, recent infringement issues and more.

Lesson Schedule

  • Definition of copyright
  • Broad time-line of copyright law development
  • Common myths and misconceptions
  • Obtaining and establishing copyright protection
  • Length of copyright protection
  • Published formats where multiple copyrights apply
  • Initial and subsequent ownership
  • Employee situations
  • Government owned copyrights
  • Creative commons licence schemes
  • Reproduction, publication and performance
  • Broadcast and publishers rights
  • Private use, special case and flexible dealing
  • Differences between Fair Use and Fair Dealing laws
  • Parody, satire and jokes
  • Rights of attribution and integrity
  • Materials to which moral rights apply
  • Overview of performers rights
  • Liability for copyright infringements
  • Actions to take when infringements occur
  • Legal outcomes and recent infringement cases
  • Difference between authors and copyright owners
  • Locating and contacting copyright owners
  • Orphaned works and good faith notices

Resources

Supplied Resources
Textbook — Copyright Essentials [B127v04]
 
Required Resources
Computer with high-speed internet connection
Word processing software such as Microsoft Word or similar

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More about our Short Courses

Short courses are a great way to study a topic of interest without having the long term commitment. A lot of students start with a short course and then move into a full qualification after completing the short course.

How long do I have to finish?

You have a maximum of 6 months to complete your short course. It is possible to finish your course a lot sooner though.

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