As well as our eLearning courses and in-house training you can access our training live, online. We run a range of interactive training throughout the year over Zoom meetings.
Learn valuable skills, live, online
We regularly hold half-day and full day courses with up to date expert information on Welsh housing and homelessness law.
If you work at a small or poorly funded organisation, and would like to discuss pricing options, please contact us at [email protected].
Choose from the courses below to find a date and time that suits you.
Topics and courses
Introducing the Renting Homes Wales Act 2016 (Level 1)
This course is designed to highlight key changes that this revolutionary piece of legislation has brought to renters and landlords in Wales and provides the foundation for all your future learning on the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016.
Renting Homes (Wales) Act – In Brief
2022 was a momentous year for renters in Wales. When the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 came into force, very little of the old renting regimes continued to apply to people in Wales.
Secure contracts: Supporting occupiers in the Social Rented Sector (Level 2)
The social rented sector is not immune to the changes which the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 brought in. Whilst the security of tenure for many social tenants remains broadly the same, there are some key changes which will have a significant impact.
Standard Contracts: Supporting occupiers in the Private Rented Sector (Level 2)
Contract holders (formerly tenants) within the private rented sector are likely to feel the greatest amount of change from the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 comes into force.
Supporting Young People into Private Rented Accommodation
With the current shortage in social housing, more and more people are relying on private sector landlords for the roofs over their heads. It’s no secret that things have changed greatly as a result of the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 and its associated legislation.
Preventing Homelessness – Working to sustain occupation contracts (level 2)
There has been a broad move by local authorities and registered social landlords to stop evictions into homelessness. But how does this work in practice? Early intervention, support and a clear understanding of the steps which can be taken up to and including court proceedings will be essential considerations for the modern day housing practitioner.
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