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Our one day Accreditation Courses are held regularly. Please see the training area of our website for further details.

Comments from some attendees of our Landlord Training Course

“Could have spent a couple of days on the course, it was so interesting.”

“All very informative, thank you.”

“Just when you think you know what you are doing or have learnt most things, you attend this course and inherit even more knowledge. Teacher Fab! Very knowledgeable.”

“Brilliant thank you very much.”

“Very informative- course covered all aspects of lettings from start of a tenancy to the end. Excellent instructor.”

“Enjoyed the course very much, found out what I didn’t know.”

“Excellent presentation, very worthwhile for many aspects of letting, certainly not just HMO. Would advise anyone having a property to let to attend, even if they use an agent.”

“Money and time well spent.”

“Excellent and informative, have hopefully learnt a lot.”

“Learnt a lot and obviously will nedd to ask more questions of SWLA when I hit problems in the future.”

“Very helpful, thank you.”

“Good course, Learnt quite a lot.”

July 2012

I am delighted that SWLA have taken this important initiative alongside Plymouth City Council to help drive up standards in the private rented sector in our city and drive out cowboys. Being a landlord is neither easy nor straight forward and getting accredited is a really good way to ensure you are meeting all the legal requirements and that the relationship with your tenant is well managed.

Alison Seabeck MP

June 2012

Landlord Accreditation South West

SWLA in conjunction with Plymouth City Council are offering membership to the LASW.

The advantages of being accredited are;

Advise Landlords of legal responsibilities.

Increases Landlord knowledge.

Enables Landlords to keep up with new legislation.

Proves to tenants and other agencies the Landlord has received professional training.

To join the accreditation scheme the Landlord/agent must;

Complete the one day Landlord training day.

Complete a validation paper.

Agree to a Code of Conduct.

Agree to a Dispute Resolution Scheme (provided by PCC).

Pass a fit and proper person check (carried out by PCC).

Be a member of a Landlord Association.