Community Use Agreement Nsw Education

Community Use Agreement Community Joint Use Agreement is a more detailed agreement applicable when a school and/or a third party contributes to the construction of a new building or the modernisation of an existing institution; such as the construction of a new sports stadium in a school funded by both the school and the city council and which will be used by the school and local sports groups. Community Use Agreement Checklist (PDF 161.6KB) Checklist to guide schools and users through the process of setting up a community agreement The Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health have published tips to minimize inter-school contact as much as possible and limit visitors from outside the school community. By law, school boards have the authority to enter into a Community Sharing Agreement (CJEUA). The CJUAs are adapted to the construction of common bodies such as stadiums, sports fields and theatres. Title: Sample – OSHC license agreement (PDF 411.02 KB) (Staff Only) | Link: education.nsw.gov.au/policy-library/related-documents/SAMPLE-OSHC-Licence-Agreement.pdf; Licensing agreements should be used for the routine community use of schools by third parties. For example, a local theater group that uses a school center for the performing arts every Wednesday night for a year or a local football club that rents the school oval for a season. A lease provides for exclusive use by the lease holder and is therefore not an appropriate agreement in the case of facility sharing. By law, school boards do not have the authority to enter into leases of land or buildings. Title: MOU Use of Schools in Federal Elections (PDF 3.92 MB) | Link: policies.education.nsw.gov.au/policy-library/related-documents/mou_federal.pdf; In order for a CJEU to be prepared, the school board and the municipal partner must complete a Joint Use Proposal. . . .

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