JPQ Bundaberg Weekend

10794NAT Course in Community Justice Services (JP Qual) 3 consecutive Saturdays To achieve competency, upon completion of the 3-days training students will be required to successfully complete an online Assessment that includes a multiple-choice quiz, short answers questions and practice documents.

Held over 3 Saturdays commencing on the 5th, 19th and 26th March 2022.  This program specifies the competencies  QCJWIT001-Witness or Certify Documents  and QCJJUD001 – Perform Non-bench Judicial and Minor Bench Duties required to apply for Appointment to deliver Community Justice Services within Queensland and provides individuals with the skills and competencies to support them in volunteering for the provision of honorary justices’ services, including witnessing duties. 


A Justice of the Peace can perform the Duties below: 

  • Statutory declarations

  •  Affidavits


  • Wills

  • Powers of Attorney 

  • Land Title Documents 

  • Issuing summonses 

  • Issuing arrest and search warrants 

  • Attending records of interview 

  • Hearing Bail Applications  


The cost of $400.00 is inclusive of Morning and Afternoon Teas, all materials and includes complimentary membership to our Association for 12 months which gives you access to ongoing support, member workshops, our extensive web resources including member tools, refresher quizzes as well as coverage under our umbrella voluntary workers and liability policy. 



5/03/2022 9:00 AM - 26/03/2022 5:00 PM
E. Australia Standard Time
U3 Building 81 Woongarra Street, Bundaberg 4670


Friday, 01 January 2021

This is a printed version of the official JP Qualified Department of Justice and Attorney-General practice manual for Justice of the Peace (Qualified)
The Guide is the indispensable guide to practice for Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations.  The Guide supplements the DJAG Handbooks with practical tips and advice.2/3/4 hole binder.

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