Course in Community Justice Services (Commissioner for Declarations)

10793NAT

Locations: Various locations throughout QLD

Cost: $225.00

APS Training Group is proud to offer this nationally accredited course in partnership with Tafe QLD. This course will prepare you to handle important documents and provide professional services to those who need a qualified witness. You will learn how to certify a true copy of an original document, administer oaths and affirmations, and witness documents, statutory declarations, and affidavits.

Course in Community Justice Services (Commissioner for Declarations)

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This course will prepare you to handle important documents and provide professional services to those who need a qualified witness. You will learn how to certify a true copy of an original document, administer oaths and affirmations, and witness documents, statutory declarations, and affidavits. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to make an application to the Department of Justice and Attorney General - Justice of the Peace Branch for appointment as a Commissioner for Declarations.

Blended delivery. Classroom delivery for groups

QCJWIT001 - Witness or certify documents

$225.00

Participants who demonstrate competency will receive a Statement of Attainment in 10793NAT - Course in Community Justice Services (Commissioner for Declarations).

As we are environmentally friendly, all Statements will be emailed.

Who can become a Commissioner for Declarations?
• an Australian citizen
• at least 18 years old
• of good character
• registered on the Queensland electoral roll
You cannot apply or hold office as a JP or Cdec if you:
• have been convicted of a serious offence at any time (i.e. an indictable offence, irrespective of whether it was dealt with in the magistrates, district or supreme court)
• have been convicted of more than 2 offences of any kind at any time
• have been convicted of an offence of any kind in the last 5 years
• have been convicted of an alcohol or drug driving offence in the last 5 years
• have been convicted of more than 2 traffic offences in the last 4 years (i.e. convictions under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995)
• are an undischarged bankrupt (i.e. not yet free from bankruptcy).
Also, if you have been convicted of more than 6 offences under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 in a 4 year period, you are not qualified to be appointed as a JP or Cdec
for 5 years after the date of your last conviction.