Comprehensive training in residential leasehold management
We can run most of our courses in-house.
For further information email Yen Ly or call her on 020 7978 2607.
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TC1 Introduction to Residential Property Management
A one day training course for those new to the sector providing an overview of residential and long leasehold management.
— 01/11/17 [Sold Out]
— 22/11/17 [Limited]
TC39 Reading Leases
A one day interactive course in learning to read leases constructively and understanding the practical application of the principles.
TC11: Residential Service Charge Accounts Guidance
A one day interactive discussion forum addressing best practice for service charge accounting.
TC53 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015/Working with Contractors
These new regulations apply to all construction work and appear to place significant duties and responsibilities on managing agents - this one day course addresses these issues together with best practice for agents commissioning, procuring or managing construction works.
— 26/10/17 [Limited]
TC60 DEALING WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IN LEASEHOLD
A one day interactive workshop to address the issues faced by property managers trying to carefully handle a range of leaseholder’s mental health problems with sympathy and tact. There is no magic wand of course but this course will try and help with agents’ understanding and offer practical advice on what might be done.
London (ARMA Offices)
TC59 A (legal) day in the life of a newly promoted property manager
A legal workshop to help prepare the property manager (who has just taken on full responsibility for a portfolio) to face some of the common legal challenges.
TC27 The Procedural and Technical Issues of Section 20
A one day practical workshop covering the requirements and procedures of Section 20 (qualifying works and qualifying long term agreements), exemptions, OJEU Public Notices and the growing body of Case Law.
TC62 Fire Safety Management for Residential Managing Agents
A one day course covering the the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 which places significant duties and responsibilities on the ‘responsible person’. Typically, the responsible person is the freeholder or landlord, but may be a ‘residential management company’ (RMC). However, responsibilities and duties imposed on the responsible person also apply to any other person who, “under a tenancy or contract, has a responsibility for maintenance or repair of the premises, maintenance or repair of anything in or on the premises, or for the safety of the premises”. This can include a wide variety of people, including the Residential Managing Agent (RMA).
TC61 Fire Safety Management - are there lessons to be learnt from Grenfell?
A half day workshop to see what lessons can be learnt following the tragic events on 14th June 2017 at Grenfell Tower.