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  • Be Bold in Your Career September 2019

    The course is based online amd will commence on Monday 30 September 2019. Registration for this cohort closes on Monday 23 September 2019. Training

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  • Be Bold in Your Career September 2019

    Course start date: Monday 30 September 2019 Registration closing date:  Monday 23 September 2019 Training

    Be Bold in Your Career September 2019 Description Click the book button at the top of the page to book your place on the course. Click the book button at the top of the page to book your place on the course.

  • All you need to know about Be Bold in Your Career

    09/07/2018News

    The good news is that after the course ends you can continue to focus on your career development by exploring and using all the other resources too e.g. mentoring, supporting others with their career, looking at work/life balance, creating your

  • CIH course gave me deeper insight into how the housing sector works - Niki

    05/07/2019News

    Three of the compulsory modules – housing policy, housing law, and finance for housing – give a firm foundation of knowledge of how the housing sector developed and how it operates today. Two optional modules (I chose to study housing management

  • My learning story: Rose Andrew

    16/05/2019News

    In January, I organised one of the GEMShacks – that’s what we call our two-day learning events. The theme was social regeneration, and I got to show off some of the fantastic work that Wheatley does to make homes and lives better. We took a bus

  • My learning story: Thomas Sutton

    15/05/2019News

    Sat on my bed in Leeds writing my memoirs (they nearly got published), I stumbled across the GEM programme which was offering unemployed graduates an opportunity to work in a sector with real social values and where a strong psychological contract

  • My housing story: Rebecca Simpson

    14/05/2019News

    I find, with our wonderful sector, the more you look you will find endless opportunities to get involved and challenge yourself. Last year, I was nominated for 24housing’s Young Leaders competition, my biggest challenge to date but a huge

  • Be the change you want to see

    11/03/2019News

    So, if you believe in CIH and its role in supporting you to be the best you can be, here are a few things you could do to be the change you want to see: Ask for any job candidates to be either CIH qualified or willing to work towards a qualification

  • My housing story: Rhian James

    04/03/2019News

    A strong knowledge of government policy has demonstrated to me that there are glaring issues that need to be addressed. Alongside my other GEMs, from varying positions and aspects of housing, we are able to use our knowledge to brainstorm innovative

  • My housing story: Stacey Dove

    04/03/2019News

    This conference really cemented that the next generation of housing professionals were in the room, and it was our job – not someone else’s – to challenge the status quo of the UK housing industry and actively address its biggest issues.