Training videos

AGS is delighted to offer a range of training videos which allow you to learn from your desk or mobile device. Once purchased, you are able to access the training video as often as you wish – and stop and start the video as needed.

Our training videos typically range from 20 minutes to an hour and attract CPD points.

You will learn from subject matter experts on a range of diverse topics relevant to government lawyers.

Some of our training videos were filmed at live events and some have been filmed in a studio.

If your agency wants to purchase access for multiple staff and/or multiple videos, we offer special rates.

Please contact Training Services via email

The videos are hosted for AGS by Redback Conferencing.


The videos currently available:

Administrative law

Session on outcome-focused review: illogicality and unreasonableness

General Data Protection Regulation

PID Act and intersection with admin law issues

AIT18 v Australian Information Commissioner [2018] FCAFC 192: favourable interpretations of the Privacy Act

Admin law hypothetical

Delegations and authorisations in context of MOG changes

G v Minister for Immigration & Border Protection [2018] FCA 1229: Drake revisited

Decisions subject to review: a National Disability Insurance Scheme perspective


Privacy Act 1988: key areas of privacy practice – emerging and significant topics

Employment law

Who’s the boss? -  Inherent requirements, reasonable adjustments and reassignment of duties

Same same but different – the fuzzy line between contractor and employee

Litigation round-up – a showcase of some more interesting recent employment decisions

Dirty Deeds done dirt cheap – Why is that term in the Deed and why do we need it?

Choose your own adventure – flexible working conditions and working from home

Getting what you bargained for – another round of APS bargaining is upon us

Post-employment checks and integrity testing

Practical and legal issues associated with the use of consultants, contractors and labour hire

The anatomy of a machinery-of-government change

Workplace grievance or a matter of public interest?: a PID Act update

Litigation round-up

Why HR managers should care about the notifiable data breach scheme

All over bar the shouting: using settlement agreements to end the employment relationship


Ethical and practical considerations for Crown parties to act as model litigants


Effective management of FOI requests

Property and procurement law

Managing your superintendent in Commonwealth construction projects

What to do if your lease doesn’t reflect what you thought the deal was

PEXA, eConveyancing and GST update

Have you done your (property) due diligence? – using due diligence to identify and manage risk in property transactions

5 things to make contract management easier

Getting the most out of tender evaluations

Engaging experts – all care and no responsibility