The qualification aims to:
You must complete six units, made up of four mandatory units and two from a choice of options.
The qualification is on the regulated qualification framework.
The unit aims to provide an understanding of how housing is financed across tenure and how it operates. You will understand how housing across tenures in funded and how this links to policy.
The units aims to provide you with an understanding of the legal system in relation to housing. It explores the law in relation to landlords and tenants and requires you to examine the application of the law in relation to housing practice.
The unit aims to provide you with an understanding of housing policy by exploring its historical development and the relationship between different policy making bodies and their policy-making processes. It also aims to develop your understanding of how policies are implemented.
The unit aims to give you the understanding and skills to progress at management level in housing. It does so by helping you to become a more 'reflective practitioner'. It emphasises the importance of relating individual skills and performance to the effectiveness of the organisation as a whole, and being proactive in your own professional development.
You can enrol onto this qualification if you:
The estimated study time is approximately 360 hours.
Qualification fees vary depending on where, how and with which centre you choose to study. Please contact your CIH approved study centre directly for further information.
CIH qualifications are delivered by our approved study centres. Centres will support you on your journey, working to the specification and the learning outcomes for each course.