New – live, interactive and tutored, on-line delivery of training now available on our courses
Delivery of face to face training has obviously not been possible over the past three months however we have been busy developing and delivering on-line learning for existing clients using a variety of portals.
Feedback from both clients and candidates has been very positive and we’re now pleased to make the courses below available to housing and property employers across England using Zoom or Microsoft Teams delivered by our experienced trainers
All candidates will be sent an electronic version of the course workbook to be used during the training sessions.
HHSRS – Inspection & Assessment Training
The course has been designed to give candidates up-to date knowledge of the standards that underpin the rating system and how to apply them during property inspections in areas such as fire safety, carbon monoxide, asbestos, electrical systems and environmental hazards.
The course covers
- Principles behind the new system
- The 29 Hazards
- Property surveys and the survey form
- Identifying deficiencies and understanding risk
- Harm outcomes
- The hazard assessment and a model
- Decent Homes Standard
- Enforcement using the HHSRS
Course cost £180 per person
Building construction and fire safety awareness
This is an introductory course designed to provide candidates with an overview of construction techniques. It also provides an introduction to working with tenants to implement fire safety best practice and covers property inspections in high rise buildings
The training will delivered remotely over two, 3 hour sessions.
The course covers:
- The four constituent parts of a building
- Foundations, walls, roofs – defects and problems
- Cladding and facades
- Property inspections
- Understanding fire
- Fire safety guidance
- Fire doors
- Emergency plans box
- Common causes of house fires
Course cost £180 per person
City&Guilds Understanding Buildings and Managing Repairs programme
Each of the five training courses below will be delivered remotely over two, 3 hour sessions.
The five building maintenance courses in the City & Guilds training programme
The module highlights areas that should be maintained and which can become problematic because of neglect, or as a result of defect in materials. This knowledge is important for the effective diagnosis of common problems in domestic properties.
The course also provides guidelines for advising tenants on common problems associated with damp and condensation.
It covers subjects like where electricity enters the home and how it is distributed throughout a property to provide power that generates heat and light. It flags the different problems that can arise along the way that can risk property safety and create discomfort to residents.
If appropriate repairs are not carried out promptly it can lead to expensive repairs way beyond the original problem because of damage caused to decoration, walls, ceilings and floor.
It is a practical unit that acknowledges the legislation governing social landlord repairs and takes account of the diagnostic and reporting role that staff members conduct.
Once all five modules have been completed, candidates sit a short assessment. On successful completion of this, they can be awarded the City & Guilds accredited Understanding Buildings and Managing Repairs certificate.
Course cost £1,440 per person – includes all five training courses, exam and registration fees.
To book your place or for more information on any of the courses please contact us 0333 355 4165 or email email@example.com