Legal Training

We work with you for better outcomes for your clients.

RLC works in partnership with community workers, advocates and lawyers, by providing legal training and resources, so that you can better assist your clients.

  • We train workers in NSW and Australia-wide.
  • We present a calendar of training webinars - see below.
  • We record webinars and videos for viewing at a convenient time.
  • We can also come to you, at a time and place that suits you - ask us about customised workplace training.


Community Worker Training calendar

Below are all our past and future webinar topics. You can: 

  1. Participate in a free webinar or watch a free recording. Click on the topic below.
  2. Participate in a paid webinar: Click on the topic below for details, fees and the online booking form. 
  3. Watch a video recording of a future webinar: Register for that webinar, and we will send you the link to that recording when it's available.
  4. Get an annual subscription, so everyone in your agency or team can access all live webinars and past and future videos.


Live webinars & videos free of charge

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Topics may change until exact dates are listed above. New training topics and confirmed dates are added throughout the year.


Video recordings from previous years

To watch these videos, get an annual subscription, then everyone in your agency or team can view all past and future videos. Or you can pay a single webinar fee to watch a single video. Enquiries: Nick Manning (02) 8037 8001 or email

Traffic, parking & COVID-19 fines: What are your payment & review options? watch video free of charge
Identifying financial abuse in intimate partner relationships, and supporting victim survivors watch video free of charge
Resolving Financial Abuse Legal Issues watch video free of charge
COVID-19: Rent reductions and evictions in NSW during the pandemic watch video free of charge
COVID-19: Negotiating rent with your landlord in NSW watch video free of charge
Help your clients with payday loans video for subscribers only
Bullying, harassment & discrimination at work (NSW) video for subscribers only
International Students: Effective complaints about education providers video for subscribers only
Dodgy Jobs video for subscribers only
Navigating legal assistance: Getting the help your clients need (NSW) video for subscribers only
Changes to anti-social behaviour laws in public housing (NSW) video for subscribers only
Repairs in NSW public housing and private rentals video for subscribers only
Fines and penalty notices 1: Challenging the fine (NSW) video for subscribers only
Fines and penalty notices 2: Instalments, Waivers & WDOs (NSW) video for subscribers only
Police Street Powers (NSW) video for subscribers only
Introduction to Social Housing Law & Policy (NSW) video for subscribers only
Money Matters in Social Housing (NSW) video for subscribers only
Short changed at work: Wage theft from migrant workers video for subscribers only
De’Termination: Evictions and how to challenge them (NSW) video for subscribers only
Help! My Client has Problem Debts #1: How to navigate internal dispute resolution video for subscribers only


Social housing videos

RLC's Inner Sydney Tenancy Advice and Advocacy Service is a leader in the field of social housing law. These 3-4 minute training videos explain the basics of NSW social housing law and policy, and are a great starting point for anyone new to the topic.


Other legal webinars and videos

As well as the Community Worker Training program, RLC presents webinars and videos for a wider audience.  

Police powers and protests: what are your legal rights? 
ebinar December 2020
COVID-19 and your Visa
webinar October 2020
Black Lives Matter - A Roadmap for Policing and Justice Reform 
webinar July 2020

How will a class action stop unlawful police strip searches in NSW?
webinar 2020



More information


Training calendar
Webinar technical details
Fees & bookings
Annual subscriptions
Current subscribers
Free concessions
Cancellations, Transfers, Credits & Refunds

Enquiries: Nick Manning on (02) 8037 8001 or email