Managing Rooming Houses

Managing Rooming Houses

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Managing Rooming Houses
Management In Rooming Houses

Event Date:

14.08.2024

Event Time:

9:30 am

Event Location:

Online training - link will be sent prior to course date

Rooming houses are a unique form of housing and managing them presents different challenges to managing other types of housing. This course will help you understand the different provisions for rooming houses in the Residential Tenancies Act, and responsibilities in managing accommodation that house residents in close quarters and shared facilities.
Learning outcomes
After attending this course participants will:
• Understand the differences between rooming house residencies and residential tenancies – legally and practically
• Recognise key features of rooming houses and managing rooming house arrangements
• Use strategies for problem solving and addressing incidents and issues between residents
• Apply human rights considerations in managing tenancy breaches in rooming houses
Topics covered in the course include:

• Difference between rooming house residencies and residential tenancies – legally and practically
• Allocations and sign ups
• Condition Reports
• Rent arrears monitoring
• Room Inspections
• House Rules and house meetings
• Maintenance
• Dealing with resident issues
• Dealing with Violent Behaviour
• Human Rights Charter

Who is this course for?
CHO staff and operational managers who are involved in management of rooming houses.

Delivery
Live training via the Zoom platform. The course runs for 3.5 hours

This workshop includes:
• Expert presenter
• Discussion and activities to embed your learning
• Takeaway resources

Register Now:

Ticket Type: Ticket Qty: Per Ticket Price (Ex GST):
Member

Member RH1408

17 Left:
$270.00
NonMember

Non Member RH1408

17 Left:
$315.00
Quantity: Total
Total Seats: 18 (17 Left:)
Event Presenters:
Jordan Heaney Jordan Heaney
Jordan has experience across the private and community sectors, spanning a variety of programs and roles, including transitional, affordable and long term housing, as well as project design, implementation and delivery. She is passionate about empowering staff to provide the best housing services possible. She currently works on delivery of the Community Housing Workforce Strategy at CHIA Vic.
  • Online training - link will be sent prior to course date

Event Schedule Details

  • 14.08.2024 9:30 am   -   12:30 pm
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