Many apprenticeship programmes incorporate valuable qualifications which support learners to gain the necessary knowledge and understanding of their sector and provides recognition of professional status. For those who work within Property Management – the ARLA PropertyMark Qualifications provide this recognition.
PropertyMark are the UK’s specialist awarding body for recognised Property Management qualifications, which is why The Apprentice Academy includes these qualifications in their level 3 and level 4 apprenticeships.
PropertyMark Qualifications are industry recognised, meeting the needs of both experienced and new employees entering the world of Property Management.
Being PropertyMark accredited has added to the impressive list of accreditations that the Apprentice Academy already has within its apprenticeship portfolio:
- AAT with Accountancy
- ILM with Leadership and Management
- CIPS with Procurement
- As well as the Matrix accreditation, Cyber Essentials, and Ofsted GOOD.
Information on the PropertyMark accredited programmes
The Academy currently offers two apprenticeship standards in Property Management:
- The Housing/Property Management Level 3
- The Senior Housing Property Management Level 4
Both Apprenticeship programmes cover a wide variety of topics, including:
- The Law of Tort
- Basic Contract Law & Land Law
- Data Protection & Common Law
- Town & Country Planning Act
- Breaches of Tenancy Agreements
- Housing & Non-Housing Acts 1988
- Tenancies & Rent Act 1977
- First Tier Tribunals
- Health & safety & risk assessments
- Leases & Licenses
- Grounds for possession & protection from eviction
- Landlord details & unfair terms
- Fitness standards & repair
- Business process improvement
- Tenancy deposit schemes & the redress system
- Fire Safety
- Gas Safety & Stamp Duty Land Tax
- Homes of Multiple Occupation & insurance regulations
- Duties of Agents & Agents Authority
- Stakeholder Management & Change Management Models
- Disability discrimination & agent responsibilities
- Service charge apportionment & buy to let
- Terms in tenancy agreement
- Housing benefit tenants
- How to resolve defects & common problems
- How to resolve health & safety issues & repairs to dwellings
- EPC’s & private landlords
- Developments & listed buildings
- and Client account procedures & quality management review.
More great news for both learners and employers is that this apprenticeship is designed to comply with the RoPA recommendations, and even includes complimentary membership for the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
As part of the training, industry experts deliver online learning sessions covering a variety of Property Management topics, using detailed study guides, online resources and one to one coaching on a monthly basis. This gives learners the best possible chance of achieving success.
As with all our programmes, Apprenticeship Levy funds can be used to pay for the training. Furthermore, 95% funding is available to organisations who are non-levy payers.
The full programme outlines for both apprenticeships can be found here.
Next start dates
Next enrolment dates for the Apprentice Academy Property Management apprenticeship will be the 24th May. To enquire or register your interest, please complete the form below.