Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central
- March 14, 2018
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Who is LETWELL for?
The LETWELL programme, consisting of five dedicated training courses to assist completion of five units of learning and three written assessments, is for letting agency staff requiring an accredited qualification. Letting Residential Property is the second of the five training courses.
The training courses are also suitable for those working within the industry but who do not necessarily want to work towards the CIH Level 3 certificate in letting and managing residential property.
As a letting professional, gaining a qualification is a great way to ensure that you are able to perform your role to a high standard, provide an excellent service for landlords and develop your knowledge of key legislation and best practice to demonstrate your skills and knowledge.
High quality training programmes and qualifications not only benefit individual development, but add value to lettings businesses and can impact on reducing business risks including in respect of regulation and compliance. Demonstrating that staff have high quality learning can enhance your reputation with customers looking for high quality service.
Course Title: Letting Residential Property. This course is delivered over a full day and will involve individual tasks and group work.
- Understanding different types of tenancies
- Understand how to prepare a property to let
- Know how to market properties to let
- Understanding the requirements for selecting a tenant and setting up a tenancy in Scotland
Places on LETWELL courses are limited to ensure the quality of the learning experience.
Terms and conditions
Please read our Terms and Conditions carefully before booking.
Registering for a course
Registering for a course is simple. Select the number of delegate places required from the list and click ‘register’ now. Immediate payment is required to secure a place on the course.
If you cannot select the number of delegate places you require, the course may be full. Please contact the LAS office on 0131 553 2211.