Welcome to the Face to Face training section of the Easy Law Training site.
Our face to face courses are aimed at the social housing sector and we currently have two regular trainners.
Ben Reeve Lews
Ben is a director of ELT and a well known trainer and writer. He is also a tenancy relations officer for a London authority so he really understands the problems that social housing workers face on a daily basis.
>> Click here to find out more about Ben’s courses
Greatly respected for her unsuppased knowledge and understanding of eligibility issues in housing, in particular with relation to immigration and equialities, Sue offers her seminal one days training course and a four hour updater course.
>> Click here to find out more about Sue’s courses
John is a very experienced property solicitor based in Leeds who also sits as legal Chair of the Residential Property Tribunal. John can provide traning in various aspects of housing law and practice.
>> Click here to find out more about John’s courses
If you are interested in booking a course with any of our trainers, please contact us using our booking form >> here.
Note that if your organisation requires training on a topic not listed for either of our regular trainers, please contact us. We may be able to assist. For example we can also provide training on
- bringing prosecutions under the Housing Act 2004 and
- using the Residential Property Tribunal.
Our free services
As well as our paid services, the following free services are also available :
The Frontliner Newsletter
Written by Ben and Tessa Shepperson, this is a monthly newsletter aimed at social housing workers ‘on the front line’.
>> Click here to read more and sign up (and get a free eviction guide from Ben)
The Frontliner ‘talking shop’ blog
Do you have a question about your work? Why not put it to the talking shop blog? Questions mostly answered by Ben or Sue with contributions from Tessa from time to time.
>> Click here to see the blog and sign up to recieve posts
Ben Reeve Lewis Essential Cases
Case law is crucial in understanding how the law works. Here Ben takes you through ten different areas of practice and disucsses three relevant cases in each.
>> Click here to read more and sign up