Formal Qualifications with SCA

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Cert IV in Strata

Click here for an overview and how to regsiter for the Certificate IV in Strata.

A clear professional pathway

A whole-of-career educational pathway is available, from entry level courses, through to Certificate IV in Strata, and a specialist Diploma of Management, developed specifically for the industry.

SCA’s Education Board Advisory Group oversees all of these formal training materials and assessment tools to ensure their quality and relevance.

It means you can take advantage of SCA’s expertise as the peak body of the strata sector with an RTO's depth of expertise and programs in all mainland capitals.

Certificate IV

Certificate IV Strata Community Management course qualification reflects the role of those involved in providing management services for strata communities.

Students studying this qualification will learn about:

  • Strata Schemes and Communities

  • The functions and duties of Strata Managers

  • The administration/ facilitation of meetings

  • Management of Strata funds including reporting on financial activities

  • The administration of insurance and the management of claims

  • Implementing contracts of appointment

  • Reading and understanding Strata Plans

Click here to learn more about the Certificate IV in Strata Community Management

A100

The 3 Day A100 introductory course meet the requirements of the SCA (Qld) Strata Manager Accreditation Pathway which provides recognised professional qualifications.

It gives strata managers the assurance of being able to progress on an accreditation pathway based on industry-developed and endorsed qualifications.

  • Roles and responsibilities of managers, owners and committees and the board

  • Management ethics

  • Developing, implementing and enforcing rules

  • Organising and conducting committee meetings

  • Preparing budgets and sinking funds

  • Levy collection policies and procedures

  • Collecting delinquent payments

  • Overview of financial statements, reporting methods and operations

  • Evaluating risk management and insurance programs

  • A guide on implementing maintenance programs

  • Preparing request for quotes and tenders and identifying key contract provisions

  • Recruiting, selecting and managing personnel

  • Managing sustainable and developing communities

Click here to learn more about the A100 course.

A100

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Why Accreditation?

Accreditation enables strata managers to gain professional recognition, and thereby a competitive advantage, which can enhance their business, and help build a long term career. Consequently, accreditation works to raise strata industry standards overall.

Specifically it helps ensure strata managers:

 

  • are aware of relevant and current legislation

  • follow the specific requirements of legislation

  • adhere to best practice

  • adopt current procedures

  • commit to clerical excellence and

  • continually enhance their managerial and meeting chairmanship skills.

Accreditation provides a way to identify strata managers who have submitted themselves to a code of ethics and undertake continuing professional development, so creating security, trust, professionalism and recognition.

Accreditation Pathway

This link will take you to the levels of accreditation available to strata managers who are members of SCA (Qld).