Safety and Hazards Courses
Practical courses delivered by experts to provide you with the skills to conduct landlord safety checks. Our comprehensive health and safety hazard training courses help landlords and agents understand their obligations for preparing and maintaining properties providing safe and healthy homes for tenants.
Dealing with Anti-Social Tenants and Neighbours
With the pending abolition of the Section 21 possession process and ever-increasing incidences of Anti-Social Behaviour, gain in-depth knowledge, and develop and refine the necessary skills to effectively deal with anti-social behaviour problems.
Condensation, Mould and Dampness
Identify and master the causes of condensation, mould and dampness, with an outline of the law, what action can be taken against the landlord and/or tenants and how to remove or reduce its occurrence.
Electrical Safety for Landlords
Suitable for all types of property including, HMO and blocks, learn about EICR requirements and how to review a completed EICR, along with how to effectively maintain electrical installations and equipment.
Gain an understanding of minimum energy efficiency regulations, how and where to seek funding assistance and the existing exemptions that apply.
Foundation Fire Safety
Understand the various pieces of legislation relating to different property types and the practical steps required to protect against fire risk.
Fire Safety for Landlords
This course is designed to give you a complete guide to the relevant fire safety legislation you must comply with to keep tenants safe and gives you the practical skills in order to become accomplished at managing fire risk effectively.
HMO Property Standards
Everything you need to know about the legislation for HMO, the additional requirements for standards and how to ensure your HMO complies.
Recognise the difference between hoarding and 'extreme clutter', get clarity on how to manage your safety responsibilities under these circumstances and how to provide support, understanding and an effective structured, time-limited approach.
Introduction to Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour
Learn how to identify the differing types of anti-social behaviour, the suitable methods to deal with this and how to gather the relevant evidence for possession claims.
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
Learn about the law and code of practice and the supporting theory behind this and gain practical experience of testing which will enable you able to PAT test your own equipment.
Learn about the different legislation governing this complex topic, how these apply to single dwelling properties and what is required from landlords and agents in maintaining appropriate standards.