Neighbour nuisance can seriously damage the quality of life of vulnerable people through the fear of crime and the long-term effects of victimisation. Quick and effective intervention in neighbour nuisance cases can stop problems from escalating, improve relations between landlord and tenants and help safeguard a landlord's reputation.
The ability to successfully address neighbour nuisance complaints requires an awareness of what constitutes neighbour nuisance, how different forms of neighbour nuisance are defined and the impact that neighbour nuisance can have on the lives of people affected by it.
This workshop will provide delegates with knowledge to identify what constitutes neighbour nuisance, risk assess a case to protect vulnerable victims; and outline how to take a case management approach when managing anti-social behaviour cases to achieve successful outcomes.
This workshop takes a blended learning approach.
Enjoy a 3-hour fully interactive online Zoom session: join the Zoom session from any device, laptop, desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
Once attended, gain access to online downloadable self-study materials to reinforce learning
Option to participate in 1-2-1 coaching session
Zoom join details and passcode will be sent to registered attendees one day prior to the workshop.
What you'll gain from this workshop:
Develop a knowledge of what constitutes neighbour nuisance
Be provided with tools to risk assess victims
Be able to identify when a victim is vulnerable
Develop skills in recording neighbour nuisance incidents and building a case
An understanding of how to manage expectations
An appreciation of what action should be taken and when
Who should attend?
Frontline property managers
Managers and team members involved in developing strategies and procedures for dealing with service complaints
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Elaine has over 15 years' experience in operational and leadership roles in the housing industry in Australia, both in the private and social housing sectors.
Delivering interactive workshops with a wealth of experience and understanding of industry practices and a passion to build peoples skills.
She holds a post graduate degree in Social Science, Housing Management and Policy from Swinburne University with extensive experience in housing management and program development in community housing.