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NCC 2019 Preview - 'View' it your way

27/03/2019
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In the last edition of ABCB Connect we delivered you news on the upcoming release of a modern NCC. Well, today you can try it for yourself!

NCC 2019 available to preview

If you missed our recent announcement, on 1 February, NCC 2019 became available for you to preview ahead of its adoption on 1 May 2019. All three volumes, as well as the Guide to Volume One are available to download, or if you prefer the digital experience, you can now navigate your way through the enhanced NCC online.

Our new digital platform has been designed to assist you to easily search and find the Sections/Parts/Clauses that are relevant to you. Read our recent article, 'Coming soon… a modern NCC Online’ to learn about the new features and improvements. You’ll also notice that these changes have also been rolled out for NCC 2016, which remains in effect until the adoption of NCC 2019.

You can ‘view’ or download the preview of NCC 2019 or access previous editions of the NCC through the new dedicated URL, ncc.abcb.gov.au using your NCC login.

Don’t forget we want your feedback…

Registered NCC users are invited to provide feedback on all aspects of the digital NCC. If you find a broken link, incorrect reference, or have a suggestion for how we can improve your experience using it online we want you to let us know by email (NCCOnline-feedback@abcb.gov.au).

Please understand that this email address is for feedback on the operation and functionality of NCC online. If you have a proposal for change or a technical clarification we have separate services dedicated to assist you with these suggestions or enquiries.

Want to know more

You can read an overview of the key changes for NCC 2019 and dates in our recent article, ‘What to expect in NCC 2019’ or about the first release of NCC 2019 support material, or our wrap up of the 2019 NCC Seminars – our most successful seminars to date.

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