Two organisations form property training group



Training and networking organisations propertyCEO and the property investors network (pin) have joined forces to form The pin Partnership.

The Partnership will become a resource for property education, enabling anyone interested in learning more about the industry to access training courses.

L-R Simon Zutshi, Ian Child, Ritchie Clapson

Simon Zutshi, founder of pin and the Property Mastermind Programme, said: “Over the last two decades, pin and the Property Mastermind Programme have set a high bar for property networking and training for landlords and investors.

“Our new venture with propertyCEO means that pin Partnership students will now also have access to propertyCEO’s world-class training and can take advantage of the massive opportunities that exist in small-scale property development right now.

“The pin Partnership is now the go-to place for high quality training right across the property spectrum.”

propertyCEO was founded by Ritchie Clapson and Ian Child, which provides training and mentoring to people interested in small-scale property development.

The courses are designed to help trainees leverage their existing skill sets to tackle smaller development projects, and to make the most of the recently expanded range of Permitted Development Rights.

Clapson said: “Landlords are extremely well-placed to tackle small-scale development projects, and this new partnership means we can help more people reap the benefits of tackling these smaller projects.

“And of course all pin Partnership students will have the peace of mind of knowing that they will be getting industry-leading training at a fair price.”

The organisations and their products will continue to operate independently, but each will now also operate under the new pin Partnership umbrella.

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