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Amanda Goldsmith

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Courses

1
Covid-19 Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

This course is about COVID-19 and what you need to know.
In this course you will learn:

What Virus are
What is Coronavirus
How your immune system tackles the Virus
How to reduce the risk of catching or infecting others with COVID-19
Routine daily precautions to reduce the risk of COVID-19

This course is presented to you in a serious of short lessons.
You work through the lessons, and at the end, you take the online Quiz. Once you have passed the Quiz, you will be able to download your certificate.

 

2
Section 21 Notice Compliance Checklist
Expires After: Does not Expire

The following questions are asked to determine if you meet the criteria set out in relevant legislation and regulation to serve a valid section 21 notice. You must ensure your answers are accurate, if you are ensuring you should seek legal advice.

Disclaimer: The notice period and legislation may change, this list all or part of it may not be accurate. This is for reference only and you should seek legal advice before serving a section 21 notice and or before issuing a possession claim.

3
Eviction Process Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

Eviction Process Course. The course deals with the initial steps from eviction notices right through to defended cases like disrepair or non-compliance of tenants deposit—valuable insight into good practice and strategy on how to deal with eviction efficiently.

4
GDPR – Data Protection
Expires After: Does not Expire

Data Protection Foundation Course. This course is for landlords, letting agents and property manager. The following bullet points are a short brief list of what is covered in this course:

1 GDPR Definition

2 What is GDPR?

3 Is GDPR something that affects landlords?

4 What landlords need to do to comply with GDPR?

4 How to manage your tenant’s information

5 How can I manage data more securely?

6 How landlords use tenants’ personal information

7 GDPR and new Tenancy Agreement

8 GDPR and Existing tenancies

9 GDPR Registration

10 Lawful basis of processing tenant Data

11 Landlord Privacy policy

12 FAQ

13 Why are the new GDPR rules important for landlords?

14 What do landlords need to do about a privacy notice?

15 What lawful basis do landlords have to process data?

16 Do landlords need to register with the Information Commissioner’s Office?

17 Why do landlords need to ensure they are GDPR compliant?

18 How does GDPR affect small landlords?

19 How can landlords comply with GDPR?

5
HMO Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

HMO course is essential for landlords, agents with HMO, businesses with rent to rent or for those aspiring to invest in HMO’s.

 

6
Deposit & Damages
Expires After: Does not Expire

This course covers deposit protection, how to avoid potential problems and managing disputes. Also Covers good practices, the procedure regarding tenant referencing and inventories.

This course is particularly essential for landlords, letting agents and property managers.

The time to do this course is an average of 1 hour 15 Minuted including a quiz. After successfully completing the course you can download your certificate. There is no extra charge for the certificate.

The topics covered for the Deposit & Damages course are:

Tenant Deposit dispute & deposit deducts: Introduction

Types of Schemes & Tenant deposit Scheme providers

landlord’s responsibilities regarding the deposit

Which grounds deduction can be legitimised

What are the usual reasons for deposit deductions?

Common reasons for tenants losing all or part of deposit money

Items that will likely be deducted from the deposit immediately

Direct damage that will be subject to tenancy deposit deductions

Landlord Unfair Deposit deductions

Landlords legal obligations to carry out repairs and maintenance

What is fair “wear and tear”?

Common factors that influence wear and tear

Tenancy inventory

What to include in the check-in report at the beginning of the tenancy

Essential documents that will be useful when ending a tenancy

Checklist before the tenant leaves the property

How to resolve disputes for the deposit

How to use the “alternative dispute resolution” – ADR

I did not protect the tenant’s deposit; can I still serve a section 21 notice?

Consequences of not protect the deposit

Where can I get help to deal with a claim against me?

7
Landlord Foundation Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

Our Landlord Foundation online course deals with the full process of letting residential property start to finish.

This course is essential for all landlords and letting agents. This course teaches the principal foundation of being a landlord. As new legislation and regulations come in this course is continued professional development.

Landlord Foundation Course is suitable for:

  • New residential landlords
  • Accidental residential landlords
  • Existing landlords who wish to refresh their letting knowledge
  • Letting agents
  • Property managers

8
Membership Certificate (Members only)
Expires After: Does not Expire

This is for the British Landlords Association members. Only BLA members can download a BLA membership certificate. If you are not yet a member, please click to join first. Membership is free, click here if you are not yet a member.

Existing Members will only be able to login here to the Landlord Learning hub once you go through a quick registration process to ensure your name and capitalisation of your name is correct. Only then will you be able to download/print your membership certificate.

 

9
Rent Arrears Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

Rent Arrears Management Course deals with good practices, timely processes and templates. The various options when and when not to use the eviction or the small claim procedure.

British Landlord Association courses are set in association with Landlord Advice UK who is one of the national leading tenant eviction lawyers in the UK.

10
Disrepair Course
Expires After: Does not Expire

Disrepair is an essential subject for all landlords, letting agents and property managers and one not to be ignored. Landlords should know their legal obligations when it comes to repairs, good practices and knowledge on disrepair claims. Disrepair claims are an expensive litigation process all landlords should avoid.

Our disrepair courses are set in association with Landlord Advice UK, who is one of the national leading tenant eviction lawyers in the UK. They have a wealth of day to day experience in dealing with disrepair.