Association of Residential Managing Agents

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Training Courses

Comprehensive training in residential leasehold management

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Beginner Level
Intermediate Level
Advanced Level

In-House Courses

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

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A one day training course for those new to the sector providing an overview of residential and long leasehold management.

London - ARMA Office's, SW19 4DP

— 01/08/18 [Sold Out]

London - ARMA Office's SW19 4DP

— 05/09/18

London - Wimbledon SW19 4DP

— 24/10/18

London - Wimbledon SW19 4DP

— 14/11/18

London - Wimbledon SW19 4DP

— 12/12/18

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TC39 Reading Leases

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A one day interactive course in learning to read leases constructively and understanding the practical application of the principles.

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 20/11/18

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TC11: Residential Service Charge Accounts Guidance

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A one day interactive discussion forum addressing best practice for service charge accounting.

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 27/09/18

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 08/11/18

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TC46 Basic Building Construction and Common Defects

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A one day course covering the basics and jargon of building structures. It will teach you what to look out for and when to advise calling in the experts. It's not designed to convert property managers into building surveyors but it will give you more confidence in your professional reporting, advice and recommendations.

London - SW1H 9NQ

— 16/10/18

Birmingham - B3 1NQ

— 22/11/18

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TC41 Managing Mixed-Use Developments

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Residential and commercial management: An excellent knowledge of one does not imply a competence to handle the other. Tutors : Peter Forrester, FRICS - MD, Peter Forrester SCCS Ltd, Chairman of the RICS Commercial Service Charge Professional Group (lead author for the RICS Code of Practice for service charges in commercial property and co-author of “Residential & Commercial Service Charges”). Jeff Platt, BSc Est Man, FRICS, FIRPM - M.D. Sec20 Ltd, CEO IRPM (Author of the RICS Guidance on Managing Mixed Use Developments).

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 09/10/18

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 05/12/18

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TC65 FIRE SAFETY MANAGEMENT – IMPLEMENTING THE HACKITT REPORT (9.30am - 12.30pm)

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A half-day workshop to discuss the findings of the Hackitt Report and the implications for managing agents.

London (ARMA Offices)

— 19/07/18 [Limited]

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TC65 FIRE SAFETY MANAGEMENT – IMPLEMENTING THE HACKITT REPORT (13.30pm - 16.30pm)

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A half-day workshop to discuss the findings of the Hackitt Report and the implications for managing agents.

London (ARMA Offices)

— 19/07/18

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TC55 Introduction to General Health and Safety for Property Managers

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A one day course designed to introduce new entrants to the sector to the minimum Health & Safety knowledge essential to their career path. This course is not intending to turn beginners or new on-site staff into Fire Safety Risk Assessors, CDM experts, etc. merely to furnish them with the awareness to perform the day job safely and give comfort to their employers.

London - SW1H 9NQ

— 13/09/18

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TC36 Effective Debt Recovery

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Hosted by specialist property lawyers, this course deals with issues on the implications underpinning taking legal action and with the procedures to be followed.

London - Broadway House, SW1H 9NQ

— 20/09/18

Manchester - M1 4PH

— 22/10/18

Birmingham - B2 4JQ

— 06/11/18

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TC66 Introduction to Fire Safety for Property Managers

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This course is provided for block managers looking to learn the basics of fire safety for residential buildings. It gives basic information for managing the fire risks of common parts of blocks of flats and delves in to the essential grounding of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. At the end of this course, you will understand who is responsible for what and why in terms of fire safety and will have a basic knowledge of the changes happening in this all-important area of block management.

London - Wimbledon SW19 4DP

— 30/10/18

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TC67 Customer Service and Best Practice for On-site Staff

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This is a full-day classroom-based training course that seeks to educate and inform all on-site staff and to raise to a high standard the level of service given by concierges, porters, caretakers and building managers, to the residents in a structured and interactive way. It also covers fire safety responsibilities faced by on-site staff. Delivered in partnership with our Partner, Abbatt Property Recruitment, this course is tailored to cover what is expected when working on site in residential buildings.

London - High Holborn, WC1V 6AA

— 25/09/18

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