By the end of this course, you will understand
- Key concepts of competition policy and economics
- Definition of the relevant market
- The abuse of a dominant market position
- Public and private enforcement of competition rules
- EU competition law rules
At the end of the course, you’ll be Certified by the Irish Academy of Computer Training
Who would benefit
The course is aimed at all organisations that face antitrust/competition law risks for use by their directors and employees at any level anywhere in the world.
Why take the Course
Module 1 - What is Anti-Trust and Competition Law
Antitrust and competition laws and regulations ensure healthy competition in the open market.
Module 2 - Dealing with Competitors
Consequences of entering into anti-competitive agreements; price fixing, sharing markets, comparing pricing, and bid collusion.
Module 3 - Dealing with Customers
Key elements of antitrust and competition rules and regulations concerning dealings with customers. Exclusivity agreements. Anti-competitive agreements. Pro-competitive arrangements. Abuse of a dominant position.
Module 4 - Communication
Real-life example that illustrates the consequences of including anti-competitive language in an internal communication.
Module 5 - EU Competition Law
Recent fines. How does EU Competition Law affect you? What can the EU Commission do? Can individuals be held responsible?
Module 6 - EU Law and how it impacts you
Never act in a way that prevents competitors from competing effectively or drives them out of the market. If we are the dominant player in a market, we must be careful how we deal with customers and competitors.
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