Private Rented Sector

Housing Rights

Housing Rights

Cost: Voluntary/Community Member - £72.00. Voluntary/Community Non-Member - £90.00. Public/Statutory Member - £132.00. Public/Statutory Non-Member-£165.00.
Housing Training
More people than ever are making their home in the Private Rented Sector. This one day course will provide attendees with a better understanding of the PRS and its structure. It will also cover how to advise clients who are entering or leaving the sector. It will also address those living in the sector already who may be having problems


The session will look at:

  • The rights and obligations of tenants in the Private Rented Sector (PRS)
  • Obligations of landlords and tenants with regard to repairs
  • Statutory requirements relating to rent control
  • Issues in relation to affordability and accessibility of a tenancy
  • Security of tenure

Outcome of the training course

Have a better understanding of PRS and how to advise clients who are entering the sector, currently living in the sector, those who are having problems and those who want to leave the sector

Who should attend the training course

This course will be of particular importance to housing advisers, community/residents groups, benefit advisors, political party constituency offices, private, social and hostel accommodation providers and the legal profession

OCN Accreditation

This course is accredited by the Open College Network at Level 3. Cost of accreditation is £50 (optional)

  • Housing and homelessness
  • private rented sector
  • housing advice

Date and Time

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The Skainos Centre, 239 Newtownards Rd
United Kingdom

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