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If you are not ready for membership just yet, you can become a subscriber to gain access to Governance Institute’s library of knowledge, training programs, professional development, postgraduate courses and networking opportunities.
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- You are kept up to date with the key corporate and legislative issues which may affect your role, through a subscription to our monthly journal Governance Directions. The journal is available in print, digitally through the Governance Institute app and as article PDFs on our website.
- You have the opportunity to network with other professionals involved in governance and risk management through professional development, training and events organised by your state office.
- You enjoy significant discounts on a range of products and services:
- $30 discount on individual short courses
- $100 discount on any of our postgraduate subjects
- $180 discount on any Governance Institute Certificate
- discounts on all Governance Institute professional development and training activities including Governance Institute’s National Conference and state-based Forums.
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Subscriptions are only $285 (GST-free) for 12 months. Group subscriptions are also available for two or more new subscribers from the one organisation for only $245 (GST-free) per person.
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Corporate governance practices are an important component of market integrity. Company secretaries are at the front line in maintaining Australia's outstanding reputation for capital markets' integrity. Belinda Gibson, former Deputy Chair, Australian Securities & Investments Commission