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TDS courses now cover (much) more than just tenancy deposits

Scheme says agents keep asking them for more details about tenancies, so now they can.

Sheila Manchester

TDS monthly rents map imageThe Tenancy Deposit Scheme has launched a six part training programme for letting agents and landlords. The training expands on its existing courses, which have focused on deposit protection and adjudication workshops.

The programme kicks off with the legal issues around setting up a tenancy and the full day course will be led by Solicitor and TDS legal advisor Hilary Crook. The first course starts in March and is available to book now, with future courses being released in the coming months.

Commenting on the launch, Steve Harriott, Chief Executive of TDS said; “Customers have really valued our deposit protection training but told us that they want more detail. These courses all tie back to deposit protection, but take a detailed look at key parts of the tenancy life cycle.

With such a focus on raising standards in the private rented sector, our training is intended to arm the property professional with the insight and very best practice to stay the right side of the law.”

Further dates for the popular TDS Academy Foundation course and adjudication workshop, are also now available. To book, visit https://www.tenancydepositscheme.com/academy

TDS wins place in The Sunday Times Best 100 companies
Meanwhile, The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) has won 84
th place in the coveted Sunday Times Best 100 Not-for-Profit companies to work for 2017

The award is judged on workplace engagement, based on the eight factors of workplace engagement: Giving Something Back, My Manager, Leadership, My Company, Personal Growth, My Team, Wellbeing, Fair Deal. Having achieved success last year as a best company ‘one to watch’ the entire team is proud that our efforts to increase engagement has resulted in our successful entry into the top 100 list.

Every colleSteve Hariott imageague is aware of the positive attitudes that we aim to develop across the whole company with the aim of making TDS the best tenancy deposit scheme in the UK. As a not-for-profit, we believe strongly in reinvesting in the company, our colleagues, and the wider community.

Steve Harriott, Chief Executive, said, “As part of our celebrations, TDS will be holding a party for our colleagues on March 3rd, which is National Best Companies Day. As part of this party, colleagues are planning to donate and bake for a market-style fundraiser for two local charities, and TDS has pledged to match the total amount raised.”

February 23, 2017

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