New Entrant Induction – 3 Day Body Corporate Manager/Property Manager Training Course

Course Type New Entrant Induction – 3 Day Body Corporate Manager/Property Manager Training Course
Reference Code NEI
Course Duration 3 Day Training Course
Student Type
  • Trainee Strata Manager/Body Corporate Manager
  • Trainee Property Manager/Letting Agent
  • Trainee Real Estate Sales Agent
Course Description Courses are ideal for those seeking employment within the strata or real estate sector and require an understanding of the Body Corporate and Community Management Act AND state specific (QLD, NSW, VIC, SA, NT, WA, TAS) building compliance statutory requirements. The course includes clarification on lot owner versus body corporate repair and maintenance responsibilities; how body corporate budgets and contribution levies are calculated; body corporate by-law enforcement; insurance claim process and procedures and more!

DAY 1:

Subject: Building Compliance 101 + STRATA MASTERY – ABMA Code Utilisation & Code of Conduct Training Course
Duration: 5 to 6 Hours
Description: Course participants are provided an introduction to, state specific, building compliance obligations and the Australian Building Management Accreditation (“ABMA”) Code – Our industry guidebook to existing legislation and body corporate minimum objective performance standards pertaining to common property (e.g. shared areas). A step-by-step review of the ABMA Code standards with, Caretaking/Facility Management Agreement – “Schedule of Duties” is also provided, to ensure that Managers are appropriately monitoring the performance of service contractors, on behalf of committee members/lot owners/landlords. This course is essential for any new industry entrants.

DAY 2:

Subject: Body Corporate Best Practice (BCBP) – Part A & Part B – Training Course
Duration: 6 to 7 Hours
Description: Course participants are provided an introduction to the Body Corporate & Community Management Act and associated Regulation Modules specific to their scheme/property, to best comply with the BCCM Act – “Code of Conduct”.  Training includes clarification on the roles and responsibilities of each industry stakeholder  – Committee Members, Caretaking Service Contractor, Body Corporate Manager, Letting Agents and Industry Regulators.

DAY 3:

Subject: Regulatory Compliance Via Self-Assessment (RCviaSA) Training Course
Duration: 6 to 7 Hours
Description: Course participants undertake an (internal) body corporate desktop compliance audit and inspection of common property, without the fear of incurring any infringement notices or penalties. Students acquire the skills necessary to ‘self-audit’ and identify any common property non-compliances when representing the best interest of clients living and investing within a body corporate.

Course Subjects DAY 1, ABMA CODE TRAINING PROGRAM

Course subjects include:

  1. New Building Establishment Requirement at the First General Meeting of the Body Corporate
  2. Hand-over & Induction Requirements of Newly Appointed Caretakers 
  3. Building Classifications 
  4. Essential Services (Gas, Water, Electricity Sewerage Infrastructure)
  5. Fire Protection Services
  6. Non Essential Services (Air Conditioning)
  7. Soft Services – Cleaning & Waste Removal
  8. Soft Services – Gardening
  9. Recreational Areas – (Theatre, Playground, BBQ Area)
  10. Swimming Pools & Spas
  11. Minor Works (Caretaker Versus Body Corporate Responsibilities)
  12. Work Place Health & Safety Compliance Requirements (Body Corporate Versus Service Contractor Versus Caretaker Responsibilities)
  13. Code of Conduct
  14. Performance Management
  15. Project Management (When should the Body Corporate Engage an Independent Project Manager)
  16. Landlords & Tenants Compliance & Maintenance Responsibilities

DAY 2, BODY CORPORATE BEST PRACTICE TRAINING COURSE

Course subjects include:

  1. Introduction to the BCCMA97 – “Code of Conduct” for Body Corporate Managers/Caretakers/Committee Members
  2. Understanding Your Scheme Profile (Module Type, Class Type, Rise Type) & Distinguishing The Key Components of Legislation That A Relevant To Your Scheme
  3. Understanding The Roles And Responsibilities of Committee Members (Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Ordinary Members, Body Corporate Manager & Building Manager/Caretaker)
  4. Body Corporate & Caretaker Spending Limits & Authorities – How When, Where & Why Body Corporate Funds May Be Expended?
  5. Essential Building Management Tools (Identifying & Reviewing Key Documents – Community Management Statement, Sinking Fund Forecast, Insurance Policy)
  6. New Building Establishment Requirements (In Accordance With The ABMA Code)
  7. Body Corporate By-Law Breach – Caretaker Versus Committee Obligations, Process & procedures
  8. Committee Meeting Versus General Meeting Operational & Legislative Requirements
  9. Building Maintenance – Lot Owner Versus Body Corporate Responsibility
  10. Letting Versus Caretaking Responsibilities – When Should The Body Corporate Be Informed
  11. Power To Enter Lots & Emergency Expenditure By The Body Corporate
  12. Understand the Body Corporate Insurance Claim Process & Procedure
  13. Building Management Plan + Annual Administration & Sinking Fund Budget Preparation Requirements
  14. Understanding The Body Corporate Financial Year Cycle & Learning How To Maximise This Knowledge To Your Advantage
  15. Student Scheme Requested Items (e.g. How To Prepare Motions For Body Corporate Consideration, How To Chair An Annual General Meeting, How To Prepare a Building Manager’s Report)

DAY 3, REGULATORY COMPLIANCE VIA SELF ASSESSMENT TRAINING COURSE
Course subjects include:

An internal check of compliance with various acts, codes of practices is conducted without the fear of students incurring infringement notices of penalties:

I. Establishment Compliance (e.g. Certificate of Classification)

II. Continuing Compliance

(a) Fire (e.g. Occupier’s Statement)
(b) Mechanical (e.g. Compliance Certificates)
(c) Electrics (e.g. Thermographic Survey)
(d) Gas (e.g. Test & Tagging)
(e) Lift (e,g, Lift Registration Certificate)
(f) Hydraulics (e.g. 5 Yearly Hydrant Test)
(g) Swimming Pool (e.g. Pool Safety Certificate)
(h) Asbestos (e.g. Register)
(i) Emergency Evacuation (e.g. Plan)
(j) Workplace Health & Safety (e.g. Plan)
(k) Combustible Cladding (e.g. Cladding Identification Report)
(l) Pest Control (e.g. Inspection Reports)

III. Public Safety (e.g. Insurance Certificates)

Time Schedule Monday to Sunday (7 Days A Week)

Morning Session
8:30am – 12:30pm

Afternoon Session
1:00pm – 4:00pm

Course Venue Video Conference Training

  • Skype
  • Google – Hang Out
  • Other

Onsite

  • Owner’s Unit
  • Manager’s Unit
  • Property Developer’s Office

Off-Site

  • Venue of Client Choice or Alternatively (Please See Below)

Brisbane Square Library
266 George Street, Brisbane City
Telephone 07 3403 4166

Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 3:00pm
Closed on Public Holidays

Meeting Room Hire Fees & Charges – Category One, Up to 50 people:
Rate: $18 per hour, 2 Weeks Advance Bookings Required

Trainer’s Travel Charges To & From Training Venue May Apply:
Industrial Award Rate of $0.80/km

Course Fee DAY 1, BUILDING COMPLIANCE 101 + STRATA MASTERY – ABMA CODE UTILISATION & CODE OF CONDUCT (CUCC) TRAINING COURSE 

Normal Rate: $860 + GST/Person
Strata Mastery Member Rate: $660 + GST/Person
Text Book (ABMA Code): $180 + GST/Copy
Duration: 5 to 6 Hours
Workshop Material: All student guidebooks, text books, certificates are provided on training date.

DAY 2, BODY CORPORATE BEST PRACTICE  (BCBP – PART A + PART B) TRAINING COURSE

Normal Rate: $1,390 + GST/Person
Strata Mastery Member Rate: $1,190 + GST/Person
Text Book (Layman’s Guide): $55 + GST/Copy
Duration: 6 to 7 Hours

DAY 3, REGULATORY COMPLIANCE VIA SELF-ASSESSMENT  (RCviaSA) TRAINING COURSE

Normal Rate: $1,085 + GST/Person
Strata Mastery Member Rate: $985 + GST/Person
Duration:  6 to 7 Hours

TOTAL CHARGES –

Normal Rate: $3,335 + GST/Person
Strata Mastery Member Rate: $2,835 + GST/Person
Text Book (ABMA Code): $180 + GST/Copy
Text Book (Layman’s Guide): $55 + GST/Copy

Travel Charges: May Apply at the Industrial Award Rate of $0.80/km for Offices located outside the CBD.

Group Discounts Apply For Groups of 2 Or More (50% Discount Applies to Second Person) – Please Contact Us For A Quote
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Course Completion Upon completion of all courses, students will receive:

  • BC101 – Certificate of Participation
  • BCBP (Part A + Part B) – Certificate of Participation
  • Strata Mastery – Electronic Student Participant Badge
  • Strata Mastery – Lifetime Subscription Membership
Course Enrolment Requirments Scheme documents are requested to be forwarded to Trainers not later than 2 weeks prior to all scheduled workshops –

  • Community Management Statement (CMS)
  • Caretaking & Letting Agreement (If Applicable)
  • Sinking Fund Forecast
  • Asset Register & Contracts Register (If Available)
  • Notice of Previous Annual General Meeting (Including all Supporting Documents)

Documents may be requested from your Strata Manager/Body Corporate Manager and forwarded to: workshops@stratamastery.com.au

Course Registration For a free quotation or to enrol today, please contact Strata Mastery on telephone 07 3861 1432 or complete the on-line enquiries form provided.
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