The Experts in Property, the network for independent estate agents across the South West, is providing a free programme of training courses to its members for the foreseeable future.
The wide-ranging selection of industry training sourced and provided by the network covers every aspect of selling and letting property, and usually comes heavily subsidised as just one of the benefits of membership.
For the time being, in the aftermath of the pandemic, the Experts in Property is going all out to support its members in offering continuous training development to their staff and as a result, the best possible service to their clients – not just heavily subsidised, but totally subsidised, for principals, managers and any number of their agency staff.
Already, tens of agents have attended the first of the fully subsidised, very apt courses.
The Experts in Property chairman Steve Moir said: “We are thrilled to provide a fully subsidised training programme for our members at this time. The network exists for its members and we are doing everything we can to support them, their businesses, their staff and their customers.”
Delivered via live webinar, the highly sought-after Facebook marketing strategist, Paul Long, furnished the agents with knowledge and step by step instructions on setting up and promoting Facebook live virtual open house viewings and events for higher lead generation and greater online campaign success.
Top online training service, The Able Agent, ran an interactive training session exclusively for the Experts in Property members, designed to help support businesses with staff proactively working from home and focussed on assuring customer service standards as well as driving business generation.
Coming up are more sessions with Paul Long, and dates will soon be announced for the popular Sales Progression and A-Z of Estate Agency courses with trainer and development consultant, Nina Carroll. The network is also arranging sessions with industry trainer and business mentor, Stephen J Brown, among others.
This post has originally been featured in Property Wire.