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New property management and community scheme law courses

22 Feb 2018

The University of Cape Town and Paddocks have announced their collaboration on a number of online short courses and workshops.

The news follows a demand within the industry for role players like managing agents, trustees and owners to have a thorough understanding of property management and community scheme law after the recent updates to the community scheme legislation.

We offer a range of UCT online short courses and workshops, consulting and trusted advice on community scheme.

“Our aim is to professionalise the industry and empower those involved in community schemes,” says Professor Graham Paddock, sectional title and HOA expert and head of Paddock.

We offer a range of UCT online short courses and workshops, consulting and trusted advice on community scheme matters, books, ebooks, as well as exclusive membership to Paddocks Club where you can get answers to your questions about sectional title, homeowners’ associations and other types of community schemes.”

They are introducing online short courses and workshops in property management, where successful students will obtain a certificate from the University of Cape Town.

A series of specialist property management online short courses and workshops, taught by a team of qualified attorneys and teachers will cover all the major areas of community scheme property management in a stimulating and engaging learning environment.

Designed for working professionals, all short courses are online and part-time. If you are involved in the workings of a community scheme, you will benefit from a thorough understanding of your rights and responsibilities within community schemes, while earning yourself a UCT certificate for successful completion of either a short course or a UCT workshop.

For more information, visit the website.

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