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Damp, Condensation & Mould

Live online course.


Course overview

For too long the housing sector has blamed residents for condensation and mould. We at Upkeep are determined to help change things – we want to educate your staff to understand how damp can turn into condensation, how mould grows and how to deal with it. We want housing workers to learn that it’s really not about drying clothes on radiators, or boiling a pan with the lid off. Our training will bring your staff up to date and offer the best possible service to your residents.


Our training is interactive, we check learners’ understanding at regular intervals with activities, and short quizzes. We show how problems are caused and signpost to the solutions.


What the online course covers

Our one-day course takes the learner through all the aspects of damp, condensation and mould, dispelling myths and teaching facts:


  • Introduction
  • Water in buildings
  • Mould and what causes it
  • Condensation and damp
  • The problems damp and condensation can cause


Who should attend

This course is perfect for staff at all levels, from call handlers to surveyors.


2024 Dates and Times

  • 20th June 2024
  • 17th Sept 2024
  • 7th November 2024

(all 10am-3.30pm)



We offer this course live online via Zoom, or in-house at employers’ venues.



£330 + VAT to attend the public online course, or for groups of 8 or more, please enquire about an in-house course



Download the Datasheet here for more information.

Damp, Condensation & Mould


Upkeep’s courses have been developed by, and with industry experts.


All of our tutors have current or recent professional industry experience which means that you are learning from professionals with a great level of experience and skills.


If you would like to find out about a bespoke training package tailored to meet your needs and those of your organisation. Get in touch at or give us a call on 0208 123 0804.

If you are enquiring about 8 or more attendees, please click ENQUIRE NOW.

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