User Agreement

All Community Users will need to sign a “User Agreement” and provide a copy of their Public Liability Insurance to a value of at least $10milliion before a booking can be confirmed.

Workers Compensation Insurance

The community user has taken out and shall maintain workers’ compensation insurance coverage with a licensed insurer under the Workers’ Compensation Act, 1987 in respect of any employees of the community user who are employed in connection with the use of the premises and equipment.

Working With Vulnerable People Card

It is the Community User’s responsibility to adequately screen all persons engaged by the Community User in compliance with all child protection legislation. This includes but is not limited to compliance with the Working With Vulnerable People (WWVP) check which commences in the ACT as of 7 November 2013.  All employees and volunteers must have proof of the registration and subsequent compliance with this legislation with them on the premises while employed or in a volunteer status if they are engaging in a regulated activity for which an exemption does not apply.  Documentation of compliance is the responsibility of the Community User and must be provided along with other relevant documents.


The Community User must be covered by a broad form contractual third party liability policy that indemnifies the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn against all actions, suits, claims, demands, proceedings, losses, damages, compensation, costs (including solicitor and client’s costs), in respect of:

  • any personal injury occurring on the premises or on school grounds used to enter or leave the premises, or
  • damage to the equipment or any other property of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn or any other person or corporate body, arising directly or indirectly from the use of the premises or equipment by the community user.
  • PROVIDED such loss, damage or injury was caused by the negligence of the community user.

Other Fees

Should the electronic alarm system be accidentally set off and a Security One Patrol person attends to investigate you will need to meet their cost involved – currently $55.00 per visit. Should the Fire Alarm be accidentally set off (for example, steam from a hot water urn) requiring the Fire Brigade to attend should and they send an account to the College, the charge can be up to a maximum of $1500 per call out.

Should the Community User be issued with Key/s to gain entry into the College and the Key/s are lost/misplaced the Community User will be liable for the full cost to re-key the area that the keys open. This cost could be as much as $20,000-00 (twenty Thousand) plus.


Change details, Excursions/Permissions & Payments