Developed especially for Property Management professionals, the Property Management Masterclass series will focus on the issues
PMs face both day-to-day, and in their careers.
The Property Management Masterclass November will cover: As a Property Manager, What can I do about Domestic and Family
Violence? We will have a live panel discussion with a Domestic and Family Violence expert and a woman with lived experience of DFV.
The conversation will revolve around how you, as a property manager, can make a difference to those whose tenancies are impacted
by DFV, and how you can help to put an end to domestic and family violence.
Property managers are in a unique position to recognize and respond to tenants impacted by DFV. There will be an opportunity to ask
|Hannah Clifford, Project Officer, QShelter
Hannah Clifford has been working in the domestic violence sector for more than
seven years, in frontline service delivery, service management, and organisational
In her role with Queensland Shelter, the statewide peak body for housing and
homelessness, her major focus has been on the intersections of housing and domestic
violence, and more specifically, engaging with community housing providers and private
real estate professionals to explore their role recognising and responding to domestic
and family violence.
Shaan Ross-Smith, Director, MATE Program, Griffith University
Shaan Ross-Smith has been Director of the MATE program within the Violence Research
and Prevention Program at Griffith University since late 2016. Prior to commencing at
Griffith University, Shaan spent sixteen years working with the Queensland Corrective
Services through various managerial and director roles, including Director of Offender
Rehabilitation and Management across Queensland.
Shaan chose to diversify this experience in 2014 to work with victims/survivors at
the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre as the Integrated Response Manager.
She did this while continuing to work with perpetrators through a behaviour change
program. She is passionate about ending gender-based violence. Shaan holds
post-graduate qualifications in Psychology.
||Kim Groenewald, Domestic Violence Expert, Survivor
Kim is an expert in domestic violence prevention and strives to inform, motivate and
empower victims and survivors to know their options and their potential – to find the
light after the dark and to turn their negative experience into a positive life and future.
Kim also strives to educate others, in the push towards social change to eliminate
Kim is a surviving victim of domestic violence. After several years of physical, verbal,
psychological, sexual and financial abuse, Kim gained the strength to flee for her life
with her child. She is now a committed advocate, speaker and lobbyist, contributing
to raising awareness and fighting for better protection for victims and survivors;
aligning with DV Connect as one of their ambassadors.
Book your tickets now!
- Date: Tuesday, 17th November
- Time: 10am to 11am
- Price: $19 for members | $39 non-members
- CPD: 20 CPD Points
Instructions to book:
- After you've registered for the event, you will receive an email with the link to access the webinar.
- To get your CPD points, you need to attend at least 30 minutes of the webinar.
- Prices are inclusive of GST. Please ensure you log in using an individual log in, not an agency log in.
- We do not raise invoices for event bookings - you must pay via credit card/debit card at the time of booking. A tax invoice will be issued on receipt of payment.
- To book multiple tickets, first click 'Register Myself' and then 'Register Someone Else' then you will be able to register on behalf of others in your Agency.
If you have any questions or need assistance booking, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 MYREIQ (1300 697 347)