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Introduction to social housing
- Type HQN Training
- Venue Jurys Inn Birmingham
- Address 245 Broad Street, B1 2HQ
- Start 28 Nov 2017 10:00
- End 28 Nov 2017 16:00
This course aims to give frontline housing staff a working knowledge of the context in which they operate and how we have arrived there. It will give delegates insight into the development of social housing as a sector and profession, and highlight current key operational concerns and external influences on service delivery.
Key elements of the training include:
- Locating social housing: understanding tenure in the UK
- Who provides social housing? Who is it for?
- Changing demographics and new challenges for the sector
- What is social housing and how did it develop? The Victorian philanthropists and early state intervention
- From the welfare state to a business focus: the reconfiguration of tenants as customers
- Housing management under the spotlight: delivering core services in context – key functions, key concerns
- Understanding service delivery: generic versus specialist working arrangements
- Social housing: professional concerns
- Who funds social housing and how are we accountable?
Who should attend?
All staff, board members and resident representatives new to the housing sector or wishing to update their knowledge in the rapidly changing housing world.
Michael Guest has extensive housing experience and expertise gained working within housing organisations, in consultancy, training, teaching and a variety of professional roles with the Chartered Institute of Housing. He is well known for his approachable and participative style of training, ensuring that it is effective for delegates whatever their role, and that learning is retained and can be applied to those roles.