APC Landlord and Tenant Training Module in St Helens, Merseyside
A one-day APC Landlord and Tenant Training Module on 4th March 2020 in St Helens, Merseyside
10.00 am until 5.00 pm (registration from 09.30)
£125.00 plus VAT @ 20% (£25.00) inclusive of supporting notes, lunch and refreshments (see “Terms and Conditions”)
Limited to 24 places to ensure that individual training needs can be addressed
Provides 6 hours of formal CPD
Post module study to reinforce knowledge and understanding provides additional CPD hours.
The Griffin Inn Hotel and Restaurant, Church Lane, Eccleston, St Helens, Merseyside WA10 5AD (Just off the A580 East Lancs Road. Free car-parking. Overnight accommodation available. For location / directions and accommodation details visit www.griffininn.co.uk).
Aims and Outcomes
This Landlord and Tenant Training Module aims to provide APC Commercial Property Practice Candidates with the knowledge and understanding necessary to achieve Level 1 of the APC Landlord and Tenant Competency which states that the candidate must: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the law and practice relating to landlord and tenant.
This Module is also relevant to Rural and Residential Property Practice Candidates who are involved with Business Tenancies.
This module will also make a significant contribution towards the achievement of Levels 2 and 3 in the Landlord and Tenant Competency and to the achievement of the Valuation and the Property Management Competencies.
The knowledge element will be provided by lectures with detailed supporting notes. Understanding will be achieved through open forum discussion using typical APC Final Assessment questions.
John Faulkner FRICS is a former valuation lecturer, a consultant in private practice, a regular contributor at CPD events an APC / AssocRICS training consultant. Please contact John for further details on this Module if you wish.
Tenancies to which the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 applies
Security of Tenure
Landlord’s notice of termination
Tenant’s request for a new tenancy
Grounds for opposing a new tenancy
The Power of the Courts
Factors which need to be covered in a Rent Review clause