Training Services

As we as the Landlord Law content of articles, guides and documents, we also have a number of training courses.

Some of these are available to Landlord Law Members only.  Some are available to members and also available for sale.  Some are only available by purchase.  A few are no longer available but are listed for completeness.

If you are a Landlord Law Basic member and want to upgrade your membership you can do this easily for our switching service.

A full list of all the online courses is below:

All members can attend a monthly training webinar.  Topics and speakers vary but are generally on a legal issue which is relevant to landlords.  Speakers are usually a specialist housing barrister or solicitor.  The webinars are recorded and are then available to view to all Business Level members.

Below is a list of all the webinars since 2018:

This consists of the recordings of a workshop from 3 March 2022 along with Tessa's detailed notes and some bonus material. It is not available for sale (it is not part of Landlord Law membership).

 

Find out and buy the training here »

 

The recordings and course material are here »

This is a special event which took place on 28 September 2021.

 

The Recordings are here (Business Level members only) »

This was a two-day event which took place on 11 and 12 May 2021.  The recordings and CPD questionnaire are now available for Conference Delegates only.

 

If you were a delegate you will find the recordings here »

This is a  detailed course dealing with all aspects of tenancy agreements.  It is only available by purchase (ie it is not part of Landlord Law membership)

The Course dashboard can be accessed here »


You can find out more and buy the course here »

Online training based on the recordings of our Rent to Rent day in November 2020, provided in association with JMW Solicitors. Featuring talks on various aspects of 'rent to rent.  A  special 'rent to rent' tenancy agreement is also available for purchase.

If you are signed up for the training the training page is here.  Otherwise

Click here to find out more and book your place »

This is an online event which took place on 19 August featuring talks on various aspects of law and practice relating to Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).

The talks have now been made available to Landlord Law Business Level members.

Business Level Landlord Law members will find the talks here »

This is a recording of a workshop with solicitor David Smith from March 2019.

Landlord Law Business Level members will find the course here »

It is not available to non-members or Basic Level members.

This is a course for landlords to help you understand how insurance 'works' and to give some guidance when choosing your insurance policy.  It was developed in association with Alan Boswell Group.  This course is free to view.

Click here to view »

Landlord Law is a legal information site, but to properly understand landlord and tenant law, landlords should have a basic understanding of general legal principles. To help we have a series of seven short courses.  The first six are on important legal topics.  The seventh, on agency law, is a bit more detailed and is included because so many landlords use letting agents (who are governed, although many may not realise it) by agency law.

The courses available are as follows:

Note that these courses are only available to Landlord Law members.

Between 2013 and 2021 we had an annual Landlord Law Conference.  All the talks were recorded (with the exception of 2016 where only a few recordings are available).

The Conference talks have now been added to Landlord Law and can be viewed by Business Level Members along with the speakers' PowerPoint presentations and notes.

The Conference recordings are linked from here »

They are not available to non-members or 'Basic Level' members.

This is the recording of a training workshop with barrister Robert Brown which took place in October 2018.  It deals with the rules which apply to a landlord who is also a tenant him or herself under a long lease.

Landlord Law members will find the course here »

It is not available to non-members or Basic Level members.

This is a recording of a workshop taken by solicitor David Smith in 2015.  Although it is fairly old now, the principles and law discussed by David still apply and this is an important course.  Consumer law is little known and understood by landlords and agents but the penalties for non-compliance can be severe.

Landlord Law members will find the course here »

It is not available to non-members or Basic Level members.

Other training related services provided by Landlord Law include:

The Landlord Law CPD Service

Note that we offer a monthly CPD by multiple-choice questionnaire.  If you get 6 or more of the 10 questions correct you will earn 1 hour / one point CPD and also 10 Landlord Law points.