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Anti-social behaviour - Grounds for Possession

Online learning that can be completed in your own time


The National Training Academy Ltd

Summary

Price
£30 inc VAT
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
2 hours
Access to content
12 months
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Housing associations should only evict a tenant as a last resort. They will usually only start legal action to evict if other ways of sorting out the reasons for eviction have failed.

The housing association will have to get a court order before eviction can happen. There are certain steps that have to be followed before this can happen. Staff need to know what to do and how they can proceed.

Module 1. The ultimate sanction possession.

Module 2. Absolute ground for possession

This course is for team leaders, managers and officers with responsibility for drafting board papers or for managing the process and exercising their discretion to take possession action.

This Anti-social behaviour - Grounds for possession course focusses on:

  • Grounds for possession including absolute and discretionary
  • Legislation and law in the pre-action process
  • How legislation and law can influence
  • Evidence required for success in court
  • The application of tests when exercising discretion to grant or refuse.

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Summary

This is an online course, if you order through Reed (this site) you will receive an email confirming your booking. Once we receive notification from Reed, we will email you a link with instructions to create your account and unlock your chosen course.

The training is accessed through a web browser, there will be a learner file which you can download and complete as you progress through the course. If you need tutor support you can email your question to the tutor.

How it works

The key topics for this course have been broken down into lessons, each lesson dealing with a specific area of the overall subject. Each one has clearly set learning outcomes and assessment criteria.

You can progress through the course at your own pace. If you need to leave the course, it will remember where you left off, so when you return there is no need to repeat steps. We often include external links, videos, webpages, downloads, which provide excellent resource files.

At the end of each lesson is a knowledge checkpoint, you will need to achieve more than 75% to pass the lesson, which then unlocks the following lesson. Upon completion of the final lesson your certificate will be unlocked. You can save this as a PDF to your computer or simply print it off.

When

The course is self-paced so you decide at what pace the training goes. You will have 12 months access to the course and can revisit it as many times as you need.

Who is this course for?

This course is for all staff, board members and resident representatives new to the housing sector or wishing to update their knowledge in the rapidly changing housing world.

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