An education series for understanding multi-owned properties, Deakin's first Strata Concepts event.
Residential multi-owned properties (strata schemes) in Australia are infected with defects. ‘Navigating Building Defects: from Cause to Effect’ is a 1-day intensive program for strata management professionals that builds on the recent work of Dr Nicole Johnston from Deakin University as featured on the ABC’s Four Corners and 7.30 Report.
This program is designed for owners corporation managers, body corporate managers, resident building managers, and facility managers across all Australian states and territories and covers the main forms of building defects including water penetration, fire safety and structural failures.
At this exclusive event, you will develop skills and be given valuable tools and resources to navigate a clear pathway for you and your strata schemes through the confusing and increasingly complex building defect issues now facing managers and owners including:
As a teaching and learning institution, Deakin University is well placed to provide education services for professionals working, directly or indirectly, with multi-owned properties.
Deakin University’s Strata Concepts is an education series that equips professionals with the relevant skills, tools and insights to better understand the strata environment which in turn leads to improved outcomes for clients. The programs are delivered over 1 or 2 days and are facilitated by expert University-trained educators and specialist industry partners. A unique feature of this series is the practical tools supplied with each presentation that help you effectively and efficiently discharge your duties and responsibilities.
Monday 21 October 2019
9am - 6pm
$195 per person (early bird – closes on 7 October) - $225 after 7 October
Tower 2, Level 12
727 Collins Street
Docklands VIC 3008