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Rightmove launches new tool to track training progress

Rightmove has launched a new tool to help agencies manage their training with the portal.

The new tool ‘Teams View’ is available within the Rightmove Hub and gives agencies better visibility of the training that staff have completed and track their progress.

With Teams View, agencies can allocate training, set reminders and generate automated reports as well as track staff progress of their staff.


Rightmove’s head of education Jason Charles said: “With so much free training now available on the Rightmove Hub to help agents continue their professional development, agencies have told us it can be difficult to keep track of the Rightmove training that staff have already completed, and the training which specific team members need. 

“With Teams View, no matter whether agencies are single branch or covering nationwide, they will be able to better identify how the Rightmove Hub can help staff with the training that they need to help them progress their career.”

Meanwhile, Rightmove has said it will host a webinar for agents on Thursday 3 August at 10:00am focused on the latest insights, data and trends surrounding energy efficiency, Energy Performance Certificates (EPC’s) and greener homes.

The webinar, hosted by Rightmove’s director of property science Tim Bannister, and Simon Leadbetter, founder of sustainability magazine Blue & Green Tomorrow, will cover what letting agents can do now to help their landlords prepare for potential changes Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), with the government’s plans currently unclear, and how all agents can differentiate their business from the competition in an increasingly green-aware market.

Bannister said: “We’re hearing from agents that landlords need more clarity and certainty on upcoming changes to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards in order to plan ahead, and agents themselves want this clarity so they can offer their landlords the best advice. 

“From our latest deep-dive into the many issues surrounding energy efficiency, the indications are that green concerns are rising up the priority list for consumers too, and demand for more energy efficient homes will only increase in the years ahead. We want to help agents by sharing the latest data on this important topic and ways they can help their landlords right now.”

To sign up to the webinar, agents can visit the Rightmove Hub: https://hub.rightmove.co.uk/greener-homes-live-qa/


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