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Homelessness Prevention & Tenancy Sustainment

Duration

1 day

Course Overview



This course will explore the role of tenancy sustainment in housing support roles. It will look at different approaches to working with vulnerable tenants, including new legislation such as the Homelessness Reduction Act and initiatives such as Housing First.

Learning Outcomes


By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:
  • The aims of tenancy sustainment and different approaches to rehousing
  • How service users can be involved in their own support
  • A range of other agencies that support workers can liaise with
  • The role of the support worker in support planning and needs assessment
  • The Homelessness Reduction Act and its role in tenancy sustainment

  • Methods of Delivery



    Our specialist trainer uses different methods to deliver the Tenancy Sustainment course including: Tutor presentation; group discussion, quizzes, working in pairs and small groups, short videos.

    • Course Content
    • Audience
    • Training Considerations
    • Certification
    • Related Courses

    Course Content

    • Tenancy sustainment: definitions, legislation and aims
    • The Role of the Support Worker: Support planning and needs assessment
    • Person Centred Support: involving service users in their own support
    • Signposting and working with other agencies
    • The Homelessness Reduction Act and its role in tenancy sustainment
    • Further sources of information about tenancy sustainment

    Target Audience

    Frontline staff and managers working in the health and social care sector and supported housing.

    Training Considerations

    There are no pre-training requirements for this course.

    Certification

    Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of this course.

    Related Courses

    Health, Wellbeing and Housing
    Housing Management & Law
    Basic Welfare Benefits
    Welfare Benefits Update
    Universal Credit
     
    Homelessness Prevention & Tenancy Sustainment
    Duration: 1 day

    Course overview:

    This course will explore the role of tenancy sustainment in housing support roles. It will look at different approaches to working with vulnerable tenants, including new legislation such as the Homelessness Reduction Act and initiatives such as Housing First.

    Learning outcomes:
    By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:
    · The aims of tenancy sustainment and different approaches to rehousing
    · How service users can be involved in their own support
    · A range of other agencies that support workers can liaise with
    · The role of the support worker in support planning and needs assessment
    · The Homelessness Reduction Act and its role in tenancy sustainment



    Methods of delivery:

    Our specialist trainer uses different methods to deliver the Tenancy Sustainment course including: Tutor presentation; group discussion, quizzes, working in pairs and small groups, short videos.



    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    · Tenancy sustainment: definitions, legislation and aims
    · The Role of the Support Worker: Support planning and needs assessment
    · Person Centred Support: involving service users in their own support
    · Signposting and working with other agencies
    · The Homelessness Reduction Act and its role in tenancy sustainment
    · Further sources of information about tenancy sustainment




    TARGET AUDIENCE
    Frontline staff and managers working in the health and social care sector and supported housing.

    TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
    There are no pre-training requirements for this course.

    CERTIFICATION
    Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of this course.

    RELATED COURSES
    Health, Wellbeing and Housing
    Housing Management & Law
    Basic Welfare Benefits
    Welfare Benefits Update
    Universal Credit

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