‘Learning 2 Let’ Programme launched

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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
Communities Minister Paul Givan MLA has launched a new training programme that aims to help improve and professionalise the private rented sector. Minister Paul Givan 1‘Learning 2 Let’ is a training programme developed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) which offers all registered private landlords and letting agents in Northern Ireland the opportunity to get the accredited CIH Level 2 Award in Letting & Managing Residential Property at a subsidised rate. Launching the new training programme, Communities Minister Paul Givan MLA said, “I am delighted to be officially launching the “Learning 2 Let” Programme to which the Department for Communities has committed bursary support over the next three years. “In Northern Ireland there are over 48,500 registered landlords with over 102,000 properties. Private rented accommodation is an important and growing sector in Northern Ireland and whilst much of the accommodation is very good, this programme aims to assist in making the private rented sector a better place to live more generally by providing private landlords and letting agents the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to ensure excellent standards of accommodation and practice and importantly ensure full compliance with their legal obligations.
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Annie newry times box adHe added, “Learning 2 Let offers all registered private landlords and letting agents in NI the chance to get this fully accredited CIH qualification at a cost of just £100, so getting qualified has never been easier.” Over the next three years, the “Learning 2 Let” programme will be offered at various locations across Northern Ireland. Full course information, including training course overview, dates, locations and venues can all be found at www.cih.org/ni/learning2let. You can also tell CIH when, and where, you would like to see “Learning 2 Let” courses taking place.
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