An Introduction to Governance for Social Housing Providers Only £36

What topics are covered by the course?

Being a Board Member Ė Why Bother?
The Regulatory Framework
The Governance and Financial Viability Standard and How it is Monitored
What Should A Board Member Expect from A Good Governance Structure?
Choosing a Code of Conduct
How Can Boards Be Great?
Summary

Who should attend?

This module is intended primarily at any individuals working in the social housing sector. Additionally, this training module can be beneficial for anyone who wants to learn more about social housing regulation.

What will I be able to do on completion?

Upon completion of this training course, learners will gain a greater understanding of:
Why bother being a board member?
What the Social Housing Regulator requires from the boards
What should a board member expect from a good governance structure
Codes of governance
How boards can achieve greatness
What standards should Boards and public duty follow?
Is all responsibility really worth it?

How will I be assessed?

Will take approximately 30 minutes. The length of time taken to finish the course depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the training material. You can go as quickly or slowly as you like. There is no limit set on how long you can take complete the course.

This course is mainly directed at Social Housing Providers who are regulated for governance by the Social Housing Regulator. Even those who are not , such as local authorities or Armís Length Management Organisations (ALMOs) and Tenant Managed Organisations (TMOs) who doesnít have their own stock, may also find this course beneficial in terms of general good practice.

Guide Price: 36

Delivery: Online
Category: Safety Training »
Duration: Will take approximately 30 minutes online
Qualification: conforms to CPD

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