Education with the Strata Community Association

Setting the standard for strata education and training throughout Australia and New Zealand

 

The Strata Community Association helps strata professionals advance throughout their careers through continued learning. 

Currently there are three programs available:

•    SCA A100/NZ100 Introduction to Strata for Managers and Suppliers
•    Committee Training for Strata Committees and Owners
•    Certificate IV in Strata Community Management for Strata for Managers

National Education Partner

Kelly+Partners

SCA A100/NZ100: Introduction to Living and Working in the Strata Community

This comprehensive strata community management course provides a practical overview for new managers, an essential review for veteran managers and an advanced course for committee members.

You’ll receive a participant guide filled with sample forms and time-saving tips to support you working with homeowners, vendors, managers and other professionals.

This training is available face-to-face across Australia and New Zealand, and online. 

 

Certificate IV Strata Community Management CPP40516

The Certificate IV Strata Community Management is an industry accredited program for professionals working in Strata Management. This course is designed for those who may want to further their career in strata management as a licensed strata manager.

You may be assessed for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for one or more of the modules. This means you will not need to attend training for that module. Assessment is undertaken on an individual basis and determination of RPL is based on third party evidence of your previous learning and work experience.

Delivered in conjunction with:
•    Australian College of Professionals (ACOP) (RTO ID 91513)
•    TAFE WA

 

SCA Committee Training

SCA Committee Training focuses on good governance and how it helps strata committees achieve compliance with the strata legislation and meet expectations of the stakeholders. This training highlights when something is a legal obligation, rather than optional or suggested.

Whether you are taking up the responsibilities of a committee member for the first time or you are an experienced committee member looking for a refresher, this training is something you can do to improve your knowledge and the governance of your strata community.

This training is available online and face-to-face across Australia and New Zealand. 

 


 

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