What is the CHP Australia Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code (TGAC) Workshop?
In response to industry demand, CHP Australia has developed training seminars on the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code, and supporting regulatory framework.
We can also provide bespoke in-house training, customised to your needs.
Contact the experts at AdCheck to discuss your needs. A quote for the service will be provided once needs are identified.
- A brief introduction to the legislation that supports the Code (Therapeutic Goods Act and Regulations)
- An overview of the TGA complaints process
- The interface between foods, cosmetics, and medicines
- A detailed review of the Code, including:
- The application of the Code
- General requirements for all adverts
- Information required to be included in an advert
- Testimonials and endorsements (including social media and influencers)
- Restricted and prohibited representations
Learning is facilitated by means of presentations, videos, workshops, quizzes, and homework. Numerous examples are used to demonstrate concepts covered in each section.
The seminar will be facilitated by: AdCheck Advertising Compliance Consultants, Kevin Christopher, Leenus Arul Mariathas and Josie Braid.
Who should attend?
This course is aimed at professionals working within the OTC, complementary medicine and medical devices industry sectors in the following areas:
- Advertising agencies
- Consumer advocates
- Regulatory affairs associates
- Regulatory consultants
Therapeutic goods differ from normal articles of commerce.
A system of advertising controls has been put in place to make sure that advertising of therapeutic goods meets certain standards. We help you make sense of these requirements.
With the abolition of mandatory pre-approvals, the burden of responsibility has shifted entirely to the advertiser and anyone who is involved in the advertising of therapeutic goods (i.e., those who cause advertising). The TGA also has increased powers to enforce the legislation, and sanctions have increased.
A good grasp of the therapeutic goods advertising requirements is essential to ensure that advertising is accurate and ethical, helps consumers make informed self-care choices, and fosters trust in your company and the industry.
Cancellations and Amendments
No refunds will be given if you are unable to attend the training, or otherwise choose to cancel your registration. Registration is for one person only. We do not record workshop.
If you are unable to attend, you may change your registration to another person within your organisation at any time up to and including the date of the event without any cost penalty. Changes must be notified in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHP Australia reserves the right to cancel, re-locate or re-schedule any event. If an event is cancelled, re-located or re-scheduled, CHP Australia will refund registration fees in full but cannot be held responsible for any other costs incurred by you as a result of the cancellation.