Fuel Poverty And Fuel Debt In The Private Rented Sector
National Energy Action
About the course
Letting agents and private landlords renting homes who would like to: recognise the impacts of fuel poverty on private tenants, help tenants reduce condensation dampness; find out about new energy efficiency legislation affecting the prs; identify grants and assistance available to improve energy efficiency, reduce fuel bills and fuel debt; identify where to signpost tenants for further help. In light of new energy efficiency regulations which will prevent private landlords from letting f or g rated properties from April 2018, this training will enable participants to identify what support is available to landlords and their low-income and vulnerable tenants; which, in turn, should help tenants maintain their tenancy and reduce the likelihood of falling into rent arrears.
National Energy Action (NEA) is the national charity which aims to eradicate fuel poverty and campaigns for greater investment in energy efficiency to help those who are poor and vulnerable. For over 30 years the national fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) have offered an extensive range of qualifications training courses and educational resources to cover key issues associated with fuel poverty fuel debt affordable warmth and delivering practical energy efficiency advice.