Products

The AIIC have a selection of Books, Leaflets and CDs available which are appropriate for experienced and novice clerks.

Examples of the Books and CDs we have available are:

If you are interested in any of our industry-leading products, please view more details below. You can buy these products via our online shop facility.

  • An Inventory Clerks’ Guide to Self Employment

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    Price: £15.00 (delivered via email as pdf)

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    Whether you are just beginning life as an Independent Inventory Clerk or have been in the business a while this book will give you a wealth of fascinating information to enable you to build your business safely…

  • Annual General Meeting – 2016

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    Price: £45.00

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    **Available for AIIC Members Only**

    AIIC Annual General Meeting, Friday 4th March 2016

  • CD Templates

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    Price: £50.00 (including postage and packaging)

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    CD containing 23 different templates – everything an inventory clerk would need in the course of setting up and running a business.

  • Fair Wear & Tear Guide

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    Price: £9.75£17.80

    Quantity: 25 or 50

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    12 page colour A5 brochure explaining, in brief, the principles of Fair Wear & Tear when applied to different areas of a property. These brochures are useful as a marketing tool for inventory clerks to give to their clients and will help the reader towards a broader understanding of this difficult subject.

  • First Time Tenant

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    Student accommodation expert Patricia Barber takes you through all the steps from finding the right property, moving in and renting right through to, finally, moving out.

  • The AIIC Guide to Understanding Fair Wear & Tear

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    Price: £9.99 (delivered via email as pdf)

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    Carrying out the final check out inspection on a property at the end of a tenancy can become a very stressful process without the necessary knowledge to make proper recommendations that will be acceptable to all parties. It is important for anyone involved in the letting process to have a thorough understanding of the accepted rules and principles of fair wear and tear.