Upcoming courses in Birmingham
How many times have you read that there is a NEW law being introduced in the Private Rented Sector? This course helps you ensure that your Letting Agency is compliant and that any changes you and your team need to make in the next few months can be done in an efficient and effective way. This is lettings training at it’s best and not a course you can afford to miss
Content will include:- Form 6A and Gas Safety Case Law, Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018, Client Money Protection (CMP), HMOs and Selective Licensing, Preparing for mandatory Electrical Safety Regulations.
This exceptional workshop deals with the Tenant Fee Ban which will become Law on the 1st June 2019. We will be reflecting on current business practices, highlighting Unique Selling Points, discussing the details of the Tenant fee Ban and providing you with strategies to help you navigate this change. We will allow business owners to focus their energy on the important elements of this transition, no point in panicking, just strategies to regroup and plan for what’s to come.
Our inventory training programme was created to provide those carrying out inventories with a strong knowledge base about the private rented sector and guidance on how the inventory process plays such an integral part of renting property. The trainer leads delegates through the different methods which are currently used by inventory clerks and agents to put together an inventory report. The course also focuses on the legislation a clerk needs to be aware of (tenancy deposit protection, health, and safety regulations) as well as practical guidance on how to execute an inventory report, check-in and check-out reports. The course will deal with the way in which dispute resolution is dealt with and illustrates how an inventory can assist with minimising disputes.
The key to block management is exceptional organisational skills and an in-depth understanding of legislation, customer service and meeting the clients’ expectations.So what is Block Management? It is the management of a group or groups of “units”, usually flats or apartments where shared services and facilities are provided for the benefit of the leaseholders in the block. This comprehensive one-day course shows you how to start up and run a successful block management company. The course provides guidance on block management and the administration of blocks; we will deal with section 20 consultation, managing all matters relating to service charges and other essential processes.Delegates will be given guidance on how to create a bespoke service to suit clients’ specific requirements – we will provide you with a comprehensive Service Level Agreement, the terms of which can be tailored to each individual client. The course will give delegates the confidence they need to provide a block management service of quality.