Events are now member-exclusive as part of your membership fee, meaning you can attend all* our events for free. Our events cover various topics, ranging from practical housing management, high-level policy discussions to webinars designed to support your professional development.
Benefits of attending events:
*Due to the specific way these events are hosted, we are unable to include Housing 2022 and live award ceremonies as part of the offer
Nazia Azad-Warren CIHM | Tenant engagement lead, Cadwyn Housing Association
Having access to all the fantastic events is amazing! It's so important to connect with colleagues in the sector. The events are a great way to meet people, celebrate successes and learn from one another.
The new self-assessment tool is built around the seven professional standards characteristics and is relevant for everyone who works in housing, whatever your role or specialism. Designed to help you reflect on your career journey, identify key strengths, and highlight a clear path for further development.
As a CIH member, you have access to the full version of the tool, which provides you with a detailed progress report and unlocks tailored resources specific to your requirements.
The UK Housing Review is a crucial resource for housing professionals, leaders, and policymakers across the UK's public and private housing sectors.
The Review, published annually, brings together the most important housing statistics for England (and its regions), Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland – and is now available for all CIH members to download for free as part of your membership.
Dan Revell-Wiseman, CIHCM | Head of care and supported housing, Look Ahead Housing and Care Ltd
I value my CIH membership because it offers me the opportunity to engage with other like-minded professionals, webinars on specific tailored topics, and access to a weekly sector-wide update in terms of Inside Housing
The Knowledge Hub is designed to support you in your job by giving you access to various topics, ranging from practical housing management, high-level policy discussions, real-life case studies, and more.
Using the Knowledge Hub will develop your understanding of what you need to know to deliver excellent housing services.
All members will receive our fortnightly Housing Matters newsletter to ensure you’re kept in the loop with all things CIH as well as what is going on in the wider sector. Get all the latest about upcoming events and member-only blogs and reports.
Mentoring is widely recognised as one of the most effective ways in which you can develop. Our mentoring scheme is a voluntary relationship between a mentor and a mentee, set for one year (maximum).
Through the mentoring partnership, you'll be able to set goals and objectives. You'll develop your career, build confidence, gain knowledge, learn new skills and build strong relationships with other professionals.