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Rental Reforms for Community Housing Organisations

Event details

Date: 01.10.2021

Time: 09.30 – 12.00

Venue

via Zoom
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Member only
$ 250.00
14 available
Non-member
$ 270.00
14 available

The Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (RTA) is the most important legislative framework for the community housing sector.

New rental regulations (Residential Tenancies Regulations 2021) have now been released and, along with the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2018, outline the reforms to the RTA that will come into force on 29 March 2021.

This course will give tenancy workers an understanding of the changes brought about by the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2018, the new rental regulations and how they will impact on their day-to-day work.

The workshop takes a blended learning approach which provides fantastic added value:

  • Join the workshop from any device, laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
  • A fully interactive on-line workshop lasting approximately 3 hours with a break

The workshop would be suitable for:

  • New housing workers
  • Experienced housing workers
  • Experienced housing workers or managers who are new to the community sector
  • Managers who need to incorporate RTA procedures into their organisation’s policies and procedures

 

Date :                         1 Oct 2021

Time:                        9:30 AM- 12 PM

Venue:                     Zoom invite will be emailed to you after you have registered online

Cost:                         $275 inclusive GST- members   $ 297 inclusive GST – non members

Trainer:                   Lisa May – ChiaVic

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The course is facilitated by Lisa May, our in house trainer at CHIA Vic. Lisa has 20 years of experience in the property industry including 6 years in the Community Housing sector in both front line and coordination roles and is also currently working as a Senior Housing Officer at Community Housing Organisation.

Lisa finds that being active in the sector gives her great insight into the ever-changing social and community housing landscapes and the challenges that workers face each and every day which helps to ensure that training content is relatable and relevant.