Training course for private landlords starts in Newry on 18th October

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Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017
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With all private landlords legally obliged to register their properties and be fully compliant with the laws and regulations governing their industry, the Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland (CIH), is bringing its Level 2 ‘Learning 2 Let’ training programme to Ballybot House, Newry, commencing 18th October.

With over 4500 private registered landlords in the district of Newry, Mourne and Down, Learning 2 Let will help both private landlords and letting agents to keep on the right side of the law, by learning all about the law.

Trevor Wright, Learning and Development Officer for L2L said, “Since we first began delivering Learning 2 Let over 18 months ago, it has been so successful that we’re offering it now developed as an online training option, as an alternative to the more traditional classroom learning delivery method.

He added, “To date over 200 people have completed the course, and feedback has been really positive; in particular, learners have loved that the course is practical and accessible, that it gives a recognised Level 2 qualification on completion, and, most important of all, that it costs registered landlords (and letting agents) just £100, owing to the fact that it’s in receipt of bursary support from the Department for Communities.”

Course Dates and Locations

This 3-day Learning 2 Let course starts in Ballybot House ( in Newry on 18th October 2017, with the second and third training days taking place at the same location on 15th November and 13th December respectively.

So, if you are a registered private landlord or letting agent in Newry, Mourne and Down, and are looking to fine-tune your industry knowledge, book your place on one of these upcoming courses now:

Phone: 028 9077 8222.

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