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  • Glyndwr University

    2 September 2015Qualifications

    Glyndwr University Courses offered Undergraduate qualifications leading to CIH chartered membership Foundation Degree in Supported Housing (FdSc) 2 years part time Foundation Degree in Housing and Sustainable Communities Studies (FdSc) 2 years part

  • Housing Journal - spring 2013

    15/05/2013Policy and practice

    Housing Journal Spring 2013 Edition May 2013 – it’s hard to believe that this time last year Housing Ireland had just been launched as a new journal for Irish housing professionals. What's inside

  • Is interculturalism the answer to growing diversity?

    07/11/2012News

    Cantle does make some proposals – like ending the favouritism towards faith-based schools – but stops well short of a broader programme. Ted Cantle acknowledges that the climate is not an easy one, given the economic situation, the impact of

  • Stephen Cook - Just the job!

    20/03/2015News

    Indeed, I would argue we have a duty to put our own ‘houses in order’. At V2C we have committed to create 10 apprenticeships across the business as well as working with DWP and the Shaw Trust to offer formal, fully paid work placements. If we

  • Vice President elections: Who gets your vote?

    20/03/2015News

    Vice President elections: Who gets your vote? As the elections for CIH Vice President 2015-2016 are in full swing, the two candidates battle it out to win your vote. Have you chosen your housing ambassador? In an attempt to influence your vote, Julie

  • Julie Fadden: Our welfare system should provide for the most vulnerable in society

    20/03/2015News

    However, when the bedroom tax was applied it was done so retrospectively – not for new tenancies formed after the policy change – which although undesirable, would still have been accepted and implemented. We would’ve just ensured all

  • How to get started with social media

    26/01/2015Policy and practice

    How to get started with social media Social media refers to websites and applications that enable users to create and share information and to network with others online. Its emergence as a mainstream online presence means the opportunities for

  • Webinar video: Lean Business Improvement Subscription

    12/11/2014News

    Webinar video: Lean Business Improvement is more than just processes… it’s about the people behind them Find out more about the member exclusive webinar with Julian Beaney, Business Services Director of Service Matters. This webinar covers how to

  • Webinar video: Creating sustainable tenancies Subscription

    05/11/2014News

    Webinar video: Creating sustainable tenancies Find out more about the CIH member exclusive webinar with Charlotte Smith Specialist Advisor in the CIH’s Making Best Use of Stock team and Sharon France New Tenancy Manager, Wakefield and District

  • Webinar video: Progressing your career Subscription

    22/09/2014News

    Webinar video: Progressing your career Find out more about the CIH member exclusive webinar with Wendy Murphy of the Centre for Mentoring and Coaching This webinar, exclusive to CIH members is one of a range in 2014 designed to help members in their