Organisations that support vulnerable people must ensure that the rights and interests of individuals are respected and that the work undertaken by staff fully reflects this. Mistakes can have serious consequences. This course will explain how you should manage professional boundaries in your daily work.
Tenancy sustainment and preventing evictions
Unplanned moves from hostel accommodation and other supported housing projects (in the form of evictions and abandonment) often result in people returning to street homelessness. Repeat homelessness for this very vulnerable client group could be prevented, resulting in better outcomes for people experiencing homelessness and cost savings for the agencies that support them.
Sustaining tenancies and reducing evictions is essential for those managing hostels and supported housing as this is a key requirement of many funders.
What will you learn?
On completion of this course you will have:
- Learned how to use housing management procedures as an opportunity to plan for success
- Learned how to manage residents’ or tenants' behaviour effectively
- Discussed how to use good practice from the homelessness sector
- Looked the range of barriers that contribute to exclusions and evictions arising from common housing support practice.
- Discussed how to plan to reduce exclusions using a process of good risk and needs management
- Learned how to adopt a practical approach to partnership working to reduce exclusions
- Explored how to use key communication skills such as negotiation and feedback
- Developed a personal action plan.
Who is this course for?
For frontline staff and managers involved in the housing management process in all forms of supported housing.
How our online training courses work: Each course subject consists of 3 live interactive training modules, which will take place over 3 consecutive weekly installments. The course will be tailored to address the needs of the sector during COVID-19. When you sign up, you will be signing up for all 3 modules.
We ask for a commitment from delegates to attend all 3 sessions. Sessions are not recorded, and slides will not be available until all 3 sessions have taken place.
Module 1: Monday, 5 October 2020 | 10.00am-11.30am
Module 2: Monday, 12 October 2020 | 10.00am-11.30am
Module 3: Monday, 19 October 2020 | 10.00am-11.30am
£75.00 per person - all three modules are included in this price
Payment is by card via PayPal. For bookings of 3 or more places, an invoice can be raised - please email Lana.Newby@homelesslink.org.uk to make bookings to be invoiced. We are unable to take requests for invoicing for fewer than 3 people for our online training.
This course is also available to be booked for staff teams of up to 20 people, to be delivered online "in-house" in live interactive sessions on dates to suit your organisation.
Please contact James.Cuming@homelesslink.org.uk or telephone James on 07375 042 815 for more information. Prices are from £850 for up to 20 staff members.
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I really enjoyed the training and the subject matter, it was really well presented and Jo was brilliant, very friendly and informative. I would attend again and am interested in pursuing this further.Sara Cockrill,
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