Live online training

As well as our eLearning courses and in person training (currently suspended), you can access our training live, online. We run a range of interactive training throughout the year over Zoom meetings.

If you work at a small or poorly funded organisation, and would like to discuss pricing options, please contact us at training@sheltercymru.org.uk.

Upcoming courses:

(SALE ENDED) – 26th April – Renting Homes (Wales) Act – In Brief

2022 is a momentous year for renters in Wales. When the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force, very little of the old renting regimes will apply to people in Wales.

19th May – 10am – Renting Homes (Wales) Act – A guide for advisors

Renting in Wales is about to change almost unrecognisably for most tenants and landlords in the private and social sector. The RHWA 2016 is going to shake up the language of renting, place additional demands on landlords, raise the rights of contract holders and increase protections around disrepair, eviction and the ending of joint tenancies.

25th May – Renting Homes (Wales) Act – In Brief

2022 is a momentous year for renters in Wales. When the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force, very little of the old renting regimes will apply to people in Wales.

26th May – 10am – Secure contracts: Supporting occupiers in the Social Rented Sector

The social rented sector is not immune to the changes which the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 will bring in. Whilst the security of tenure for many social tenants will remain broadly the same, there are some key changes which will have a significant impact.

7th June – 10am – Introducing the Renting Homes Wales Act 2016

It has been a long wait but finally 2022 marks the year when renting in Wales will change for almost all tenants and landlords. The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force on 15th July 2022. But what does that mean for those who are renting and what changes are to be expected?

9th June – 10am – Standard Contracts: Supporting occupiers in the Private Rented Sector

Contract holders (formerly tenants) within the private rented sector are likely to feel the greatest amount of change when the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force.

13th June – 10am – Converted Contracts

July 15th 2022 is a day that will change renting in Wales forever. Most landlords and tenants will be affected by the changes being brought in by the Renting Homes Wales Act 2016. Any new contracts beyond that date will be included in the RHWA regime but what about those people who are already in a tenancy on that date?

15th June – 10am – Introducing the Renting Homes Wales Act 2016

It has been a long wait but finally 2022 marks the year when renting in Wales will change for almost all tenants and landlords. The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force on 15th July 2022. But what does that mean for those who are renting and what changes are to be expected?

16th June – 10am – Renting Homes (Wales) Act – A guide for advisors

Renting in Wales is about to change almost unrecognisably for most tenants and landlords in the private and social sector. The RHWA 2016 is going to shake up the language of renting, place additional demands on landlords, raise the rights of contract holders and increase protections around disrepair, eviction and the ending of joint tenancies.

6th July – Advocating for Homeless Applicants – Challenging Decisions Through Conversation

The right to formally review homelessness decisions is a key feature of the Housing (Wales) Act 2014. Our research shows, that, in keeping with the spirit of the Act, there is a high level of informal activity taking place to resolve issues. But how does this work in practice?