In this virtual event, we explored the importance of mentoring for organisational success. We shared more about our revolutionary new mentoring programme through PushFar and the exciting benefits of implementing mentoring within your organisation.
We discussed the following:
CIH launched a guide on tackling stigma in 2020; It's not okay: a guide to tackling stigma in social housing. However, it's still an important issue for social housing organisations and professionals to tackle. This webinar will focus on this complex issue and the actions landlords are taking with tenants to help identify it, raise awareness, and stop it.
You'll hear from the leading academics, Dr Amanze Ejiogu and Dr Mercy Denedo and their report; stigma and social housing in England. Their report revealed how much the stigma against social housing and its tenants are interlinked with other issues, like poverty and race, and the need for a range of approaches to tackle it. You'll hear an update on the consultation results and take stock of what action is being taken by social landlords and professionals and the early impacts.
Anneka Gill, head of transformation, will be talking to us about how Morgan Sindall has developed training and the practical ways they are helping contractors understand the issue and the impact they have when they work in the homes of social housing tenants.
Rewatch this event to understand the tenant satisfaction measures and what it means for you.
In a consultation launched in December 2021, the Regulator for Social Housing outlined its plans for new tenant satisfaction measures (TSM) as part of a series of changes it is implementing following the Social Housing White Paper.
This masterclass will help you understand the tenant satisfaction measures (TSM) in more detail and how the Regulator sees these fitting into future consumer regulation. You'll explore the potential impacts for your organisation and how you work with your tenants and residents.
Watch the Aico ideas lab about how we meet the target for net-zero heat in houses from 2040.
The Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing Two (EESSH2) was formed to support the removal of poor energy efficiency and help achieve the Scottish Government's climate change emissions reduction targets.
This event will look at progress towards EESSH2, elements of the standard, air quality, alignment with the net-zero target, and how the standard fits with changes needed across other tenures. We'll also explore improvements that could be made when strengthening the standard.
As the UK continues its transition to a fully digital communications network by 2025, housing providers need to address the challenges and opportunities this could present for their organisation and the people it supports, particularly about Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS).
This session shared practical advice and real-life examples of how other providers are approaching the digital future, and working towards a technology-first philosophy with residents at the centre.
Rewatch this event for young and upcoming professionals from across the UK, where we discussed some of the most pressing challenges faced by the sector.
This virtual event will provide an opportunity for anyone working in the sector to develop their professional journey, build networks, and establish valuable connections in an interactive virtual space specifically designed to engage young and upcoming professionals.
Learn about new Tyfu Tai Cymru research into supply chain challenges and their impact on the housing sector. With pressures on supply chains impacting a variety of goods and services across the UK.
You'll learn about the extent of the challenges facing supply chains in four key areas:
Hear the latest insight from the housing sector on challenges within these areas and find out about some of the potential solutions.
Watch this event back to discover practical advice and tips to ensure your board has a good blend of experiences, skills and knowledge, along with a diverse set of views and backgrounds.
The Chartered Institute of Housing is delighted to bring you the next Building Better Boards event focussing on inclusive recruitment and succession planning to ensure boards are fit for the future.
Robust and effective boards are comprised of the right people with the right skills who are driven to support housing organisations in delivering outcomes for the tenants and communities they serve. Are you confident that you are reaching the best people for your business?
The event is relevant for chief executives, chairs, board members, company secretaries and governance leads.
Watch the event about UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper, packed with data about the housing market, social housing, benefits and homelessness.
In this virtual event, we explored the new CIH mentoring platform and learned more about the benefits of mentoring, roles of mentors and mentees, reverse mentoring, the importance of championing diversity and inclusion, and shared mentoring best practices. We walked through the new mentoring system, functionalities and resources. We also heard from four mentors and mentees who shared their experiences of mentoring.