Official Technical Award Support Course

This course supports delegates who are studying for the Technical Award in Inventory Management and Practice

The Technical Award in the Inventory Management and Practice is the benchmark standard for competence in your job in Inventory Management.  This course is designed to support your study towards achieving this qualification. 


No Dates Available

Sorry there are no dates available, to talk to us about availability please contact us on: 01926 417 787


The course is aimed at anyone who has studied the nfopp study material but who would benefit from a revision day with like minded delegates. A chance to go through some of the more complex areas of the study material,  check your knowledge, look at exam techniques and do some practice questions – it could make the  difference between a pass and a fail. 

The course is arranged as one FULL DAY covering all four units of the qualification  

Please note this course is not suitable for delegates who have not studied the Propertymark Qualifications study material and will not cover the complete syllabus. To get the most from this course you will need to be very familiar with the qualification syllabus.

Waiting list

If the date you would like is fully booked and you would like to be placed onto the waiting list, please email with your name, contact details and how many places you would like; if a place becomes available we will then contact you. Alternatively if we have sufficient interest we will try and arrange an additional date for the course to run. 

In-house training

This course is also available in-house. For more information on this please contact the Courses department on 01926 417 787 or email

Alternative dates or locations

To register your interest in alternative dates and locations for this course please email


Level: Foundation
CPD: 7 hours

face to face

Face to Face

Meet Your Trainer

Kim Wakelin

Kim Wakelin

Kim started her career in letting and management with her family business on the Sussex Hampshire coast over 30 years ago. After working for ARLA and being involved with the set-up of the pilot TDS scheme, she started her own inventory company 11 years ago.

During this time Kim has worked as a freelance adjudicator for The Dispute Service, but now spends her time managing her business which works with clients throughout West Sussex and Hampshire.