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Training plays a crucial role in ensuring landlords learn, refresh and update their skills , ensuring they are well informed and practiced. The basic obligations of landlords can be daunting to those new to the sector while changing regulation and expectation can confuse even the most experienced landlord, making training a crucial consideration no matter how long you have been in the private rented sector (PRS).

To ensure landlords don’t miss anything important The Residential Landlords’ Association (RLA) has added a few new courses to their training portfolio to further enhance the range available
The new courses include:

Housing Law Update

The course concentrates on changes to the law covering landlord-tenancy issues and property standards, and the actions that property professionals need to take to keep within the law.

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Housing Health and Safety Rating System

The course provides guidance for landlords, agents and property managers regarding current rental property standards, for both Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO), converted flats and single family lets.

Fire Precautions for Rented Homes and Bedsits

The course provides guidance on the standards required in rental property; adhering to the law and how to combat common problems to ensure you meet your legal responsibilities and obligations as a landlord.

Improving Communications Skills

The course will provide you with a toolbox of strategies and techniques that you can use to improve your communication and customer service skills.
For more information on the new courses or to view the full RLA training schedule visit www.rla.org.uk/training

Please Note: This Article is 5 years old. This increases the likelihood that some or all of it's content is now outdated.
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