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How to train tenants in the design and development of new homes (13 Jul 09)

All the materials you need, in laymanís terms Ė and absolutely free


Now you can get everything you need to deliver your own in house training courses for your tenants. That way they can assess new schemes better and deal with architects on a more equal footing. But you donít even have to be an architect to run the training. Yours for absolutely nothing!

Itís all here - training material for seven three hour sessions on seven vital topics.

Complete trainerís notes, course materials, agendas, information worksheets, practical sessions where tenants give it a go themselves, as well as guidance for planning and delivering the training.

Simply click on the link below, where you can choose training material from one of these topics.

CLICK: How to train tenants in the design and development of new homes Ľ
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