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Social Housing Legislation Training – Launch Event

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The GWLAD “Understanding Housing Law” programme, developed in conjunction with Coastal Housing Group, is designed to ensure housing professionals and organisations are equipped with up to date knowledge relating to the new Housing and Planning Act coming into force in 2018.

Delivered by expert tutors in a friendly and welcoming environment, our course brings together formal training with work-based experience, including case studies and examining real-life scenarios that housing professionals face.

Small tuition groups mean learners benefit from a high level of interaction with peers and tutors alike, and content informed by national policy and practice ensures they leave with a greater understanding of the impact of the new legislation and their role in ensuring compliance.

“The reason why I decided to undertake the qualification is for a number of reasons the main one being to enhance my knowledge in housing to help in my day to day role and to develop myself further having only had qualifications in respect of my previous legal role.

I also feel that the extended knowledge in housing I’ll gain from the course will be beneficial to the team as a whole and anyone else who I support within the organisation”. – Tracey John, Housing Officer, Coastal Housing Group

On Tuesday 28th November 2017 at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales join us to celebrate the official launch of the ‘Understanding the Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016’ Programme.

The morning will feature guest speakers and will be an opportunity for you to find out more about the programme and the funding available, meet our knowledgeable industry-experienced tutors, and network with colleagues across the housing sector.

Through GWLAD, employers may be eligible for up to 50% funding towards the cost of the programme.

If you or a colleague would like to attend this event and find out more about our programme then please click here to register.

Employers have already reported the positive impact that they have seen since engaging with the Project – but you don’t have to take our word for it – check out our YouTube channel here to see testimonials from some of our learners and employers, and to hear from our experienced tutors.

If you are interested in finding out more about the GWLAD Project take a look at our website or Facebook page.

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GWLAD is led by the Wales Institute for Work-based Learning at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and supported by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.