Introduction to inventory management — Part A

This course looks at the role of the inventory provider from the initial check-in through to the final check-out and the procedures involved.

Getting an inventory right can be the difference between an unsuccessful or successful tenancy. Learn how to create an effective inventory report, the importance of communication and how to make the most of mid-term visits.

Course dates

Start: 11 Sep 2024 - 9:30
End: 11 Sep 2024 - 15:30
Introduction to Inventory Management - Part A - Virtual Classroom

Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)
Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)

Start: 7 Nov 2024 - 9:30
End: 7 Nov 2024 - 15:30
Introduction to Inventory Management - Part A - Virtual Classroom

Member Cost: £150 (+VAT)
Non-Member Cost: £205 (+VAT)

A new understanding of everything involved in inventory management. Would recommend to anyone in our role.

Alex McMillan

Very in-depth content, covering not only inventory but other aspects of property management. Also, a great environment to learn something new.

Jenny Burley

Really enjoyed the day, feel like I've learned a lot and Kim was the ideal tutor to deliver this course.

Neil Barnes

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