Training for Professionals train more letting agents and landlords in England & Wales than any other organisation. We run public training courses on lettings legislation, some of our popular subjects include; Deposit Protection, Basic & Intermediate Law for Lettings, Mastering Inventories, Possession Proceedings and Repairing Obligations. We also offer bespoke Compliance Training for customers, either at their premises or from our training room at our offices. Our annual Legal Update course is a must-attend event for agents, giving an invaluable overview of the year, as well as heads up on all future changes.
If you can’t make one of our public courses we run both online Webinars and in-house courses. Please call for details on 01258 85 85 85.
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Legal Update 2022
With face to face training again possible, we look forward to bringing you our traditional Legal Update course packed with imminent legislation including the Fire Safety Act 2021 and information concerning new smoke and carbon monoxide alarm regulations. Some Right to Rent changes came into force in February and others from April. With new and radically changed section 21 and section 8 notices prescribed in October 2021, we will help you use them correctly and avoid the pitfalls. Additionally, amongst, othe…
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Webinar: Small Block Management
When a letting agent is approached by a landlord to rent out all the flats in the block who is going to manage the building and communal areas? If there is no agreement about who is doing what then potentially nobody is purposefully managing the building and common parts. When something goes wrong it may be the agent who is held liable. This webinar will help you understand the incumbent liabilities and risks. Applies to England and Wale s .
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The NHS identify hoarding as a disorder which can lead to mental health problems which could potentially be viewed as a disability. Hoarding can not only be a problem for the tenant but can also cause difficulties and challenges for agents, both in terms of the property management and in dealing with the tenant. This webinar will help you understand the safety issues and what steps you may take when you discover that a tenant is a hoarder. Applies to England and Wale s .
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