Dates Times
25 January 2023 10:00 - 13:00
25 April 2023 10:00 - 13:00
12 September 2023 10:00 - 13:00
£125 +VAT
£215 +VAT

Dealing with repairs and ensuring homes are healthy and safe environments for our tenants is one of the key cornerstones of managing residential property. Yet there is a myriad of obligations placed on landlords from several pieces of legislation.


This course aims to unravel this legislation and understand how this fits in with the recent government white paper.

What will I learn?

From this training you'll learn:

  • Outline existing health and safety legislation applicable to the PRS
  • Understand S11 Landlord and Tenant Act repairing obligations
  • Explore the Housing, Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) and how to inspect for and manage hazards
  • Know the new obligations placed on landlords through the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act
  • Understand case law arising from Defective Premises Act
  • Understand the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order
  • How the fire safety Act 2021 will affect current practices
  • Overview of the white paper and how this affects current practices
  • Summary of key elements of the Building Safety Bill and how this impacts the management of residential property
  • Sharing best practices to incorporate all legislative obligations.
Who should attend?

This course is beneficial for all professionals who carry out property inspections or visits or manage property repairs and maintenance. It is also helpful for those who may not be directly involved in the property's maintenance but visit tenants in their homes, such as housing officers and support workers.

Benefits of attending

Here at CIH, we want to provide everyone in housing with the skills and knowledge needed to keep up with the ever-changing environment. Our online training has been developed by expert professionals on critical topics and allows you to apply the learning to your day job.

Your trainer

This course is delivered by Carrie Kus. Carrie has 17 years experience in the housing sector and is a seasoned trainer and public speaker. She began her housing career as a case worker for Shelter, whilst at the same time, building her own property portfolio. She then progressed to owning her own letting agency alongside a successful training and consultancy company. She held a board position as non-executive director for the Residential Landlords Association for five years. This gives her the insight of working for, and on behalf of, both tenants and landlords throughout her career which brings interesting stories and anecdotes to her training from both sides of the fence.

Please note: The content of this course is predominantly England based; however, if you require Scotland, Welsh or Northern Ireland content, we can accommodate this. When booking your place, please let us know in the learning needs box on your booking, and we'll be in touch to discuss.

How to book your place

Click book today at the top to secure your place through our customer portal. If you don't already have an account, you'll be asked to create one, but don't worry; it's easy. Then select the training date you wish to attend and follow the instructions in the portal.

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