SHARE and ng homes recently held a launch event to announce the new management of the Bob Allan Conference Centre. [..]
SHARE news is a quarterly newsletter which brings you up to date with what has been happening at SHARE. There’s lots in it on what we’ve been up to over the last couple of months – and you’ll be able to read about what’s coming u [..]
SHARE's new learning and development brochures have just been launched. New courses have been added ensuring there are lots of topical sessions for staff and Committee/Board members.
Who’s it for and what’s it about? This course is for managers who have budgetary responsibilities for their department and who want to improve their understanding of both the budget process and the importance of budgeting and budget monitoring within housing associations and co-operatives. The main focus of the day will be to consider how a budget is created from start to finish.Book Now
Who is it for and what’s it about? This session is for any frontline member of staff who would benefit from a timely refresher session on how complaints should be effectively handled, at ‘stage one’, to ensure that SPSO guidelines are understood, appreciated and effectively implemented. The session will be based around an informal ‘question and answer’ format, using a ‘quiz type’ approach, where folk will work in pairs to discuss each question first, to encourage engaging convers [..]Book Now
THIS COHORT WILL BE HELD IN GLASGOW- PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARE BOOKING ON THE CORRECT COHORT IN THE RIGHT LOCATION. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE COURSES CAN BE BOOKED AS STAND ALONE COURSES. LINKS TO MORE INFORMATION ARE PROVIDED NEXT TO EACH INDIVIDUAL COURSE AMD CAN BE BOOKED INDIVIDUALLY BY EMAILING INFO@SHARE.ORG.UK A SHARE training programme accredited by the Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) Completion of this programme leads to Associate membership of the IRPM (AIRPM) A foundation in fact [..]Book Now
Who's it for and what's it about? A one day session for staff working with families where children may be at risk of harm, including housing managers, housing officers, Neighbourhood housing management officer, Anti-social behaviour teams, Community wardens, Repairs officers and estate-based staffBook Now