Innovus launches comprehensive new RMC training programme

Innovus Launches Comprehensive Training for Resident Management Company Directors

21 May 2024 | Written by Innovus

Business Services

At Innovus, we understand the ever-changing landscape of Resident Management Companies (RMCs) and Right-to-Manage (RTM) directorships and the added responsibility and risk that brings with it. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our brand-new training programme designed specifically you.

This comprehensive programme aims to empower directors with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in their roles and make better-informed decisions for their properties and communities.

As an RMC/RTM director, you face a complex and evolving legal landscape, with new regulations posing significant compliance risks. Failure to stay compliant can leave directors exposed to severe fines, imprisonment, and personal liability for breaching fiduciary duties.

The new Innovus RMC Director Training programme equips you with the vital knowledge and practical skills to expertly navigate these legal intricacies and financial responsibilities, along with the knowledge to handle the rise in expectations from residents. It will empower you to make well-informed decisions that safeguard their communities while minimising risks.

As trusted partners to FTSE100 companies, residential and commercial property managers, landlords and freeholders, we understand the complexities and responsibilities associated with RMC directorship,” said Fran Giles, Director of Business Services at Innovus. “Our new training programme is designed to equip directors with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the legal, financial, and operational aspects of their roles, ensuring they can make informed decisions that prioritise the safety and well-being of their communities whilst reducing their own risk of liability.”

Key benefits of the Innovus RMC Director Training programme include:

  • Reduced Risk: Gain knowledge to minimise legal and operational risks associated with non-compliance.
  • Enhanced Decision-Making: Develop a framework for strategic planning and responsible development management.
  • Confident Communication: Increase confidence in effectively communicating with residents, stakeholders, and external contractors.
  • Resident Safety: Learn how to ensure a safe and secure living environment for the community.

By the end of the training, you will be able to confidently identify and fulfil your key responsibilities, apply best practice for proactive risk management and resident safety, interpret and navigate relevant legislation to ensure compliance, and effectively manage financial obligations and make sound financial decisions for the development.

We are excited to offer this comprehensive training programme to RMC directors,” added Zara Taylor, Head of Professional Services. “By providing them with the tools and knowledge they need, we aim to empower them to take control with confidence and make a positive impact on their communities.

Join the Programme Today

Ready to take your directorship to the next level? Visit innovus.co.uk/RMCprogramme or contact training@innovus.co.uk for more information.

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