Residential Letting and Property Management - Classroom based - £600

For England and Wales - Required for ARLA Membership - NFoPP Qualification
  • Become a qualified residential letting & property management agent even you are a starter or new to industry.
  • If you are an existing estate agent then improve your knowledge and skills with these qualifications.
  • We not only provide training but we also help you to start a new career, set-up your new property business or help you to improve your existing property business.
  • Once you complete your 4 days training with us, we will connect you to estate agents to work on a self-employed basis. Isn’t it great! you get training and work placement.
  • Learn from our experienced teacher.
  • Receive full training until you pass all units at no extra cost.
  • If you don’t have official material, don’t worry, we will teach you from official book so you are not going to miss anything.

 

This Level 3 qualification is for everyone and there are no prerequisites. This qualification is a requirement for membership of the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA). This Level 3 qualification is regulated and is ideal for someone who wishes to improve their knowledge in residential lettings and property management.

This qualifications is awarded by NFoPP – National Federation of Property Professionals Awarding Body. Capex Financial Training only provides training for these estate agent courses and student is required to register/pay fee to NFoPP to take the exams.


REMEMBER: WE TRAIN UNTIL YOU PASS ALL UNITS OF THIS QUALIFICATION

Why you choose us?

We believe in delivering the outstanding service. We specialise in CeMAP which is related to properties and considered highly regulated by IFS. Our trainer has trained over 3000 students around the UK. So we don’t only focus on the pass rate but also we try to make sure that students can achieve their career goals.

Unit 1: General Law, Health, Safety and Security in Relation to Residential Letting and Property Management

Section 1.1: Health and Safety at Work Act and Security Issues

Section 1.2: General Legal Concepts

Section 1.3: Basic Land Law

Section 1.4: Basic Contract Law

Section 1.5: Law of Tort

Section 1.6: Discrimination

Section 1.7: Data Protection and Money Laundering

Section 1.8: Common Law Duties of Letting Agents and Agents’ Authority


Unit 2: Legal Aspects of Letting and Management

Section 2.1: Leases and Licences

Section 2.2: Housing Act 1988 Tenancies

Section 2.3: Non‑Housing Act 1988 Tenancies and Rent Act 1977 Tenancies

Section 2.4: Grounds for Possession and Protection from Eviction

Section 2.5: Landlords’ Details and Unfair Terms

Section 2.6: Fitness Standards and Repair

Section 2.7: Fire and Safety in Properties

Section 2.8: Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)

Section 2.9: Tenancy Deposit Schemes

Section 2.10: Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008

Section 2.11: Other Agency Related Legislation

Section 2.12: Stamp Duty Land Tax

Section 2.13: Insurance Regulations


Unit 3: Residential Property Letting Practice

Section 3.1: Agency Terms

Section 3.2: Market Appraisals, Insurance and Buy‑To‑Let Property

Section 3.3: Agents’ Responsibilities

Section 3.4: Dealing with Offers, References and Guarantors

Section 3.5: Disability Discrimination

Section 3.6: Terms in Tenancy Agreements

Section 3.7: Housing Benefit Tenants

Section 3.8: Preparing Tenancy Agreements and Related Documents

Section 3.9: Handover Procedures

Section 3.10: Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and Private Landlords

 


Unit 4: Residential Property Management Practice

Section 4.1: Client Account Procedures

Section 4.2: Repairs and Maintenance, Insurance and Consents

Section 4.3: Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and ‘To Let’ Board Regulations

Section 4.4: Breaches of Tenancy Agreements

Section 4.5: Extension, Renewal and Termination of Tenancies

Section 4.6: First-tier Tribunals (Property Chamber)

Section 4.7: Inventories and Tenants’ Abandoned Goods

Section 4.8: Damages

Section 4.9: Party Wall etc Act 1996 and Environmental Legislation

Section 4.10: Dispute Resolution Procedures

Vauxhall, London – Monday 16th January 2017 to Thursday 19th January 2017 10:00 – 16:00
Spaces available

Vauxhall, London – Monday 20th February 2017 to Thursday 23rd February 2016 10:00 – 16:00
Spaces available

We are conducting classes in our London (Vauxhall) centre, where you will learn directly from our experienced trainer. There are four units in this qualification and you will be taught one unit a day. You have to pass all four units to get this qualification.

We offer full support until you pass all exams. After 4 days crash course, you will take your exams directly with NFoPP and if you fail any exam you will need to sit in exam again for that unit only. We will train you for that unit again free through our distance learning programme. Our distance learning programme works same as classroom based but you have opportunity to study at your home at your own time.

We know getting qualification is the first step but the next big step is to find the job in property market. But don’t worry! we have that sorted for you. Once qualified through us, we will connect you with estate agents in London to work as self employed.

So don’t delay and give us a call now to get more information or simply book your place in our next class now.

NFoPP QCF Level 3 Technical Award in Residential Letting and Property Management (England and Wales)

This qualifications is awarded by NFoPP – National Federation of Property Professionals Awarding Body. Capex Financial Training only provides training for these estate agent courses and student is required to register/pay fee to NFoPP to take the exams

The Technical Award is divided into 4 Units and each Unit is assessed by a multiple choice examination which is taken on a computer at a test centre (depending on your location and instructed by NFoPP).

Unit 1 (RLPM 1) General Law, Health, Safety and Security in Relation to Residential Letting and Property Management

Number of Questions in exam: 20 questions will be presented during the examination

Duration of the exam: 30 Minutes

Pass marks: A pass mark of 70% (14 out of 20 questions answered correctly) must be achieved for this Unit.

Unit 2 (RLPM 2) Legal Aspects of Lettings and Management

Number of Questions in exam: 20 questions will be presented during the examination

Duration of the exam: 30 Minutes

Pass marks: A pass mark of 70% (14 out of 20 questions answered correctly) must be achieved for this Unit.

Unit 3 (RLPM 3) Residential Property Letting Practice

Number of Questions in exam: 20 questions will be presented during the examination

Duration of the exam: 30 Minutes

Pass marks: A pass mark of 70% (14 out of 20 questions answered correctly) must be achieved for this Unit.

Unit 4 (RLPM 4) Residential Property Management Practice

Number of Questions in exam: 20 questions will be presented during the examination

Duration of the exam: 30 Minutes

Pass marks: A pass mark of 70% (14 out of 20 questions answered correctly) must be achieved for this Unit.