Intellectual property and copyright policy

Purpose of the policy

Allara is a producer and user of material in which copyright subsists. It is therefore essential that Allara comply with copyright legislation when dealing with Third-Party Material. 

This policy sets out Allara’s position and requirements in relation to the use of Third-Party Material and its rights in relation to materials produced by Allara.


Allara – Allara Investments Pty Ltd, trading as Allara learning and is inclusive of; Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG) and W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL).

TTG – Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG).

WGL – W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL).

Stakeholders - means any employee, contractor, volunteer, participant, and client of Allara Learning.


The policy applies to all stakeholders of Allara inclusive of employees, contractors, volunteers, participants, and clients of Allara Learning (Allara) inclusive of those seeking to be enrolled with Tactical Training Group Pty Ltd, RTO provider No: 91054 (TTG) and W G learning Pty Ltd, RTO Provider No: 91178 (WGL).


The Copyright Act 1968 grants exclusive rights to creators and owners of copyright material. These exclusive rights include the right to:

  • Reproduce, or 
  • copy, or
  • publish, or 
  • perform, or
  • communicate (by email or making available online), or
  • translate, or 
  • adapt the material. 

Creators of some types of works are also granted Moral Rights. 

Copyrighted material must not be used in a manner that infringes the copyright owner's exclusive rights or Moral Rights, unless with the consent of the copyright owner or otherwise as provided in the Act. 

Copyright infringements may result in civil or criminal action against Allara and / or the individual responsible for the infringement.

Intellectual property

Ownership of created materials

Allara asserts ownership of all intellectual property created by a staff member for the purposes of research, teaching, training and assessment and administration during the staff member’s employment at Allara.

Allara does not assert ownership of copyright in any literary work written by a staff member for the purpose of scholarly research, such as a journal article, conference proceeding, monograph, or book.

Allara does not assert ownership of copyright in any artistic, musical, dramatic, or other creative work created or composed by a staff member, except where such a work has been commissioned by Allara.

Moral rights

Allara will respect the moral rights of authors of teaching materials unless it obtains their consent otherwise by:

  • attributing (giving credit to) the creator.
  • not saying a person is a creator of a work when they’re not.
  • not do something with a work (such as change or add to it) that would have a negative impact on the creator’s reputation.

Creators have moral rights even if they do not own copyright in their work. They cannot sell or completely waive their rights, but they can give consent for certain things that may otherwise breach their moral rights.


All stakeholders of Allara must comply with copyright laws. Infringement of copyright is not permissible. All stakeholders should note the following conditions:

  • You may copy one or more articles in each issue of a newspaper or magazine relating to the same subject matter.
  • You may copy up to 10% of the number of pages in a collection of works, if the works being copied have not been separately published, or, whether the work is separately published or not, it is not more than 15 pages long.
  • You may copy the whole of any work if you check with the supplier that the work will not be available for purchase within 14 days (or six months for textbooks) at the price you would normally pay.
  • You must also acknowledge the copyright holder by stating the title of the work, its author/artist, and the name of the publisher.
  • You must register details of the copies being made.
  • You may copy up to 10% of a chapter of work.

Breaches of this policy

Breaching of this policy is a serious matter. Any stakeholder found to be in breach of this policy will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment, cessation of services, and/or withdrawal from training.

Related documents

  • Terms and conditions of enrolment
  • Training product development policy and procedure


Published date: December 2023