|When||18 October, 2019|
Course content: This course will cover the essential elements of housing law most relevant to support work staff, including the importance of identifying housing status and an overview of related possession proceedings, covering required notices and documentation.
Methods: will include direct trainer teaching; group discussion; exercises and example case studies, as well as the opportunity for questions. Course materials will be given to each participant.
Trainer: Heather Collins has over 25 years’ experience working in the housing and homelessness sector. She has approaching 15 years’ experience working in frontline services ranging from direct access hostels, tenancy sustainment, resettlement, and housing casework, for various charities and organisations, including St Mungo’s, Crisis and Shelter. For the past 10 years, Heather has worked for Shelter as a trainer delivering training for the NHAS with the aim of enabling frontline providers to deliver good quality housing and homelessness advice and support and facilitate the prevention of homelessness.
|Venue||GIPSIL Community Support Centre
1 Woodfield Court LEEDS LS8 3NT
|Learning outcomes||Will achieve a comprehensive overview of Housing Law most relevant to support staff in carrying out their housing support role.|
|Suitable for||New and experienced support and advice workers.|
|How to book||To request a booking form email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Alternatively, access GIPSIL's website.|
|Cost||£55 per place.|
18 October, 2019