UKALA Agents Foundation course (attendees are eligible for UKALA Accreditation)
UKALA via our partners the NLA runs a one-day course designed to assist agents to develop their professional skills with real value for money.
Staff development is key to a successful business. Continued Professional Development is an excellent way for staff to improve their knowledge of the industry.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities for your landlords and you as an agent. This programme offers an excellent opportunity to network with others and discuss face-to-face ideas, problems and possible solutions. We provide expert trainers who are in the lettings business or agents themselves, with real life stores and up to date content. Our programmes offers delegates the chance to network with fellow agents and includes a question and answer session. It is the foundation level of knowledge required for agents to become accredited with UKALA.
Our course focuses on the main issues facing, agents including:
- Agents duties
- Lettings law
- Health and safety in the workplace
- Client money protection
- Referencing and vetting tenants
- Setting up a tenancy
- Managing and ending a tenancy
- Common issues facing agents and landlords
Some of the other benefits to becoming accredited include:
Accreditation is a mark of quality as a responsible agent to set yourself apart, with business advantages for tenants seeking good reputable agents. UKALA Accreditation is based on Agent Development and good management practice. It is a national scheme which offers greater consistency for all agents, landlords, tenants and councils to recognise.
UKALA members are eligible to attend a range of NLA courses at discounted rates including dedicated courses for Agent Accreditation. The array of courses is accessed via the extremely popular NLA courses and will equip agency staff with the knowledge to operate the day-to-day running of a business effectively and develop their understanding of the lettings industry.
|UKALA Full Member||£115|
NLA Immigration Course
The all-new Immigration course will cover what you as a landlord or agent need to know within the new Government Immigration Act 2014 and the pilots coming into place on the 1st December 2014 in the Midlands area.
Our course focuses on the main issues facing, landlords and agents including:
- What is it and what are my responsibilities?
- Potential penalties
- How to check their right to rent in the UK
- What documentation can be used for evidence
- Record keeping
- When to inform the authorities
- Interactive question and answers session
|NLA/UKALA Full Member||£65|
2 half day courses on the same day/same location:
|NLA/UKALA Full Member||£105|