Wednesday 11 July 2018

Landlord Training - Mental Health in Student Accommodation - Nottingham

There is growing evidence that students are suffering from lower levels of mental wellbeing, which has implications for landlords managing tenancies.

This half day event aims to provide landlords with information on recognising possible problems, knowing where to refer students too and understanding their boundaries and how data protection fits in to this. 

Suitable for: Landlords and managing agents with off-street student properties who are members of the Unipol code in NOTTINGHAM.

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Agenda

11:30am - 11:45am Registration and Coffee
11:45am - 12:15am Welcome and Introduction to topic Looking at research on ill mental health amongst students, the most common forms of mental health illnesses amongst students and why the student population is affected by it
12:15am - 12:45am Recognising Problems and Dealing with issues Signs to look out for to recognise students suffering with mental health issues, how to deal with concerns and complaints raised and how to deal with the person raising the issue- how does data protection fit into this?
12:45am - 1:05pm Break (tea and coffee provided)
1:05pm - 1:30pm What can landlords do? Legal responsibilities and boundaries for a landlord dealing with such issues and moral considerations to take into account
1:30pm - 2:00pm External help available Who else can provide help and advice in such situations? What are their areas of expertise and their boundaries?
2:00pm - 2:15pm Break (tea and coffee provided)
2:15pm - 2:45pm Case studies
2:45pm - 3:00pm Questions and Concluding Remarks

Synopsis

Objectives:

- Gain knowledge on recent research about student ill mental health

- Understand the most common student mental health illnesses and effects of these

- Recognising potential problems and dealing with complaints and concerns

- Knowledge of external help available

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Cost per delegate

Normal Delegate Rate - £0

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