This qualification will provide you with the knowledge required to work in a front line role in letting and managing residential property. Develop your technical knowledge and get prepared for further study in housing and property.
You must complete the following mandatory units:
The purpose of this unit is to explore different types of tenancies and the law in relation to them. It also covers how to prepare a property to let, advertising and setting up a tenancy.
The purpose of this unit is for learners to understand landlord's obligations in relation to the repair, maintenance and health and safety of the property. It also includes the additional obligations placed on landlords of houses in multiple occupations and local licencing schemes.
The purpose of this unit is for learners to understand how to manage a tenancy, from setting and collecting rent to changes and amendments to the tenancy.
The unit aims to provide learners with knowledge on how tenants can serve notice to end a tenancy, how landlords can serve notice and the court process to obtain possessions.
The following additional unit may be taken to broaden learning:
The unit aims to provide those working in the front line roles with an understanding of the relationship between the agent and landlords and tenants. It also looks at business development and learning through experience.
You can enrol onto this qualification if you:
The estimated study time is approximately 140 hours.
Qualification fees vary depending on where, how and with which centre you choose to study. Please contact your CIH approved study centre directly for further information.
CIH qualifications are delivered by our approved study centres. Centres will support you on your journey, working to the specification and the learning outcomes for each course.