Are you a private landlord or letting agent? If so, you need to understand your legal obligations, as well as the rights and obligations of your tenant.
Learning 2 Let will give registered private landlords, letting agents, or anyone else working in the private housing sector, the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to provide excellent standards of practice, and ensure full compliance with all legal obligations.
Commencing 07 September 2017, Belfast
Commencing 6 September 2017, Dungannon
Commencing 13 September 2017, Belfast
5 great benefits of taking this Level 2 course
Apart from ensuring that you, as a private sector landlord, have all the essential skills and knowledge you require to be effective in your role, there are a number of reasons why this course will benefit to you, and make your professional life a whole lot easier:
- This course is in receipt of bursary support from Department for Communities:
This means that instead of paying the standard £375 course fee, all registered landlords and letting agents will now pay just £100.
- It's 7 times cheaper to keep an existing tenant than it is to get a new one!
That’s why, learning the skills you need to be a quality landlord, is a great way of keeping your tenant in place on a long- term basis.
- With over 40,000 landlords in Northern Ireland, there is huge competition for the best tenants
Securing the best tenant is the goal of every landlord, because great tenants will look after your property like it's their own. But in order to secure the best tenant, you need to demonstrate that you are a high quality landlord.
- FREE CIH membership for the duration of your studies:
With FREE membership while you study, you'll have access to networking events, industry resources and reports, ezines, newsletters, and a lot more besides!
- This qualification is your quality mark:
By having a CIH Level 2 Award in Letting and Managing Residential Property, you can prove your landlord credentials to all would-be tenants and prove you're a quality professional who takes their role very seriously.
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