Many Trustees and Directors are elected at Annual General Meetings (“AGM’s”) with limited exposure to the role expectations, applicable legal framework and practicalities of the role. Serving as a trustee or director generally comes with encroachment on personal time, with no form of direct compensation or visible appreciation from other members of the body corporate or HOA. Nevertheless, the role is very important for the long-term success of the complex (in all respects: property asset value growth; maintenance and presentation of the common property and effective enforcement of the rules for a harmonious living environment).
These free e-learning courses are presented as short and practical guides to equip new trustees and directors with the necessary legal and practical knowledge to fulfill their roles confidently and effectively, in compliance with important legal and governance requirements for managing sectional title schemes or HOA’s. The topics have been ordered in a time sequence from the AGM where new Trustees / Directors are elected and to follow the progress through the financial year from the AGM. Thereafter general topics will be discussed.
There are links throughout to more detailed information should specific issues and topics of interest arise, which require more information and depth. The applicable legislation is linked and accessible in a searchable format within the resources section together with suggested reading, useful web site links and a number of annexures which include relevant and important standard templates. Should you have any questions, require clarification or need advice concerning your role as a trustee or Director, Karien Coetzee, Trafalgar’s Property Management Consultant with over 20- years’ experience, will be available from the e-learning platform to answer any questions and participate in a discussion forum. There will also be quizzes throughout to test your knowledge and to identify any gaps which may require further reading.
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