The Community Legal Assistance Services System (CLASS) is the replacement application for the Community Legal Services Information System (CLSIS).
CLSIS has been used by CLCs and FVPLS since 2003 to manage and record legal cases and advices, to record community legal education work and law reform activities, and as a reporting tool to government. In 2015 the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department provided significant funding to NACLC to project manage the development and rollout of a database to replace CLSIS. As of March 2017, CLASS is the primary database for many CLCs and FVPLS.
CLASS Helpdesk, Training and Support:
Ph: 1300 484 498
In June 2018 NACLC prepared some advice for CLCs and governments about understanding CLASS data and reports for periods prior to data migration in March 2017, and for the 2017-18 financial year. To download a copy of this paper, click here.
Training at CLCNSW Quarterlies February 2019
The National Association of Community Legal Centres is running a short Data Consistency & CLASS Update and Training session on Tuesday 26 February at 4-5pm as part of the February Quarterlies.
In addition, members of the CLASS Team will be available to do one-on-one training with any individual staff throughout the Quarterly.
To book a one-on-one session, click here.
Data Consistency Project
Please click here for more information on NACLC's 2019 Data Consistency Project.