Tenancy workshops and presentations

The TU offers workshops and/or presentations on basic tenancy rights and issues.

Who for?

  • groups of ACT tenants, and others renting their accommodation, can be organised by community groups, workplaces, interest groups
  • workers in organisations who come into contact with tenants and tenancy issues, as well as occupants and occupancy issues

What do they include?

  • overview of basic rights and responsibilities
  • overview of common issues and resolution of disputes
  • information kits covering presentation material
  • in some cases information manuals (eg for day long workshop on Domestic Violence and Tenancy Law)

How long are they?

They can be tailored to meet the needs of attendees and range from 15 minutes overviews to hour long presentations during lunch hours, staff meetings or special meetings.

Longer workshops are also offered on specific issues. An example of this is our annual day long Domestic Violence and Tenancy workshop

How much do they cost?

Most presentations and workshops are free of charge and are offered as part of the service we are funded to provided. If materials provided are our general materials they are also free of charge.

Longer training workshops for workers to assist tenants who may have tenancy issues do involve a fee to cover the cost of producing materials and any other costs such as venue/meals etc.

For more information about these services please call the TU office on 02 6247 1026



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