Today is the last day if you want to sign up for my Easy Law for landlords course which I have been writing about on this blog.
So if you want to learn about landlord and tenant law in a fun and easy way >> go here quick and sign up.
A couple of extra things about the course:
Tutors and teachers:
I don’t think I have mentioned yet that our very own Ben Reeve Lewis will be involved. Ben will be around in the forums throughout – he has already set up his own group, Bens Miscellany, where he wants to tell you about some crazy laws – and he will be particularly involved in module 9 on eviction and unlawful eviction.
David Porter and Jan Hunter will be helping me with the disrepair section in module 8. David is a chartered building surveyor with more than 25 years’ experience in residential property, and Jan is a landlord with 30+ years’ experience running her own businesses. Together they are directors at Knight Property Management, a letting agency based in Hertford which manages residential properties throughout England and Wales.
There are at least two other lawyers who have indicated that they would like to help, and I will be announcing these to students later on the course.
Most of the people involved will be giving a recorded interview and taking one or more of the group tutorials.
CPD and certification
The course, being a new one, is not at present ‘officially’ accredited. However one of the students has spoken to ARLA who indicated that they may be prepared to accept it against CPD.
I will also be offering, for a modest additional charge, a multiple choice test and certificate at the end of the course which, if you pass it, may be useful for people who need CPD for their work.
Fun and games with multimedia
One of the things I want with this course is for people to enjoy it. I have tried to write the content in an interesting way, and we are planning on providing audio versions of all of the articles so you can listen to them in your car or while walking the dog.
There will also be weekly quizzes and regular discussion topics in the forums, and a few other ideas which people may or may not like (but I’m not telling you them – you’ll have to be a signed up student to find out what they are).
So why not hop on over to the information page and take a look at the detail of what is on offer? You only have today to make up your mind.