The course is an evidence-based training workshop where attendees are encouraged to consider new approaches to support a recovery path from hoarding in a compassionate and trauma-informed way.
In recent years we have seen a rise in HMO in both the private and social sectors – it offers an affordable housing solution for many and when provided by social landlords, it may also be in tandem with support packages. Managing HMO comes with increased regulation, both in terms of the standards of the property and the management functions.
This course offers an in-depth examination of effective governance to equip you with the essential knowledge, skills and behaviour awareness you need.
You will receive an overview of housing law affecting the management of secure and assured tenancies together with potential solutions to the most common problems.
Dealing with repairs and ensuring homes are healthy and safe environments for our tenants is one of the key cornerstones of managing residential property. Yet there is a myriad of obligations placed on landlords from several pieces of legislation.
This session will give you an opportunity to reflect on the causes and impact of stigma, reflect on your own language and behaviours and develop positive ways to champion your professional reputation, the reputation of your organisation and the wider sector.
This online course provides an opportunity for individuals who work across social housing to better understand the Mental Capacity Act 2005 so we can provide a more thoughtful approach to service delivery for social housing customers and communities.
In this course, you’ll explore the key elements of Trauma informed Care (TIC) and Psychologically informed Environments (PIE). You will use practical examples to deepen your understanding of how to achieve better outcomes for service users.
In this course, you’ll examine how to terminate Assured tenancies by serving notice on grounds, how to apply to the court for a possession order and how to obtain a bailiff’s warrant.