Housing and Letting Sectors.
The future of training has arrived.

The Chartered Institute of Housing along with industry experts worked with the government to create new, sector specific apprenticeship qualifications.

Why the change?

Since the launch of the apprenticeship levy, the government was keen for providers to reform their apprenticeships and new standards have now allowed any person working for a housing organisation to complete and achieve a CIH accredited qualification.

What's New

Previously, apprentices within the housing sector would have to undertake a general qualification with a variety of modules suited to a mix of industries. The new standards deliver bespoke training, which will lead to a specific job role for the apprentice within the social housing industry.

Who is it available to?

Businesses of any size can benefit from the government apprenticeship initiative. As part of an initiative to improve the quality and quantity of training across the UK, employers can up-skill their existing staff or recruit new employees with funded qualifications.

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Qualifications from Level 2 - Level 4

Housing / Property Assistant
Apprenticeship
Level 2
CIH Approved
NEW*
Structure: New Standard
Duration: 12- 14 months
Overview: Customer Service, Policies & Services
Suitable: Junior/Assistant
Assessment: Independent EPA
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Housing / Property Manager
Apprenticeship
Level 3
CIH Approved
NEW*
Structure: New Standard
Duration: 12- 18 months
Overview: Legislation & Regulation in Property Management
Suitable: Supervisor / Management
Assessment: Independent EPA
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Senior Housing / Property Manager
Apprenticeship
Level 4
CIH Approved
NEW*
Structure: New Standard
Duration: 12- 20 months
Overview: Organisational Performance Management
Suitable: Senior Management
Assessment: Independent EPA
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