Social Housing Management Diploma
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Social Housing is an area of immense importance everywhere in the world. Providing social and affordable housing, different types of housing supports and rental assistance are key parts of modern welfare. Provision of affordable housing is complex, and it is affected by economic considerations, social considerations, legislation, and wider policy frameworks. That’s why it is important that those interested in social housing—whether they work in government departments, Non-Governmental Organisation, relevant agencies or elsewhere—have expertise in the predominant theories, the recurring issues and the combative problems that define the social housing sector in the world.
Times Business School diploma in Social Housing is a unique and innovative course which is designed to help students rediscover the value and impact of making affordable homes available. The Diploma aims to channel both the practical and philosophical aspects of managing and providing different housing service. Times Business School believes that participants providing affordable housing are not just undertaking various material tasks, which may seem impossible at times. Rather, they are upholding the dignity of human by humanising our society and shaping our culture.
The diploma course will focus on the directions and guidance issues for the implementation of different social housing services and operations. The course will focus on workplace communication strategies, management, and maintenance of tenancy agreements and development of quality systems in line with registration standards. Participants will also learn how to assess applicants and allocate accommodation, and enforce housing regulation by dealing with broken agreements and squatters.
At the end of this diploma course, you will be awarded with a Social Housing Management Diploma, and will also be able to:
- Assess housing needs and housing conditions and make sure that the best use is made of existing resources.
- Work closely with local authority, architects and builders, social services, tenants' groups and private housing associations.
- Deal with breaches of tenancy agreements and initiating legal proceedings when all other avenues have failed.
- Carry out regular inspections of properties.
- Develop new housing schemes by reusing existing stock or managing new builds
- Evaluate the efficiency of housing schemes and build relationships with the community
- Interpret and implement housing legislation
- Recommend and develop local authority policies
- Monitor and update contractors' lists
- Investigate and respond to client complaints
- Implement different social housing campaigns and build cross-platform communication plans
Students need to be 18+ to start this course.
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